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JOURNAL 



Vital Congregations 






Faithful Disciples 

of the 

NORTH CAROLINA 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

1988 



JOURNAL 

of the 

North Carolina Annual Conference 

Raleigh Area 

of 

The United Methodist Church 

Southeastern Jurisdiction 

1988 



Successor to 

The Morth Carolina Conference, Methodist Protestant Church, 1828 - 1939 

The North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1837 - 1844 

The Morth Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1 845 - 1 939 

Blue Ridge - AtlanUc Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1879 - 1939 

Eastern District, North Carolina - Virginia Conference, Central Jurisdiction, The 

Methodist Church, 1940 - 1967 

being 

The Nineteenth Session of The Gnited Methodist Church and the One Hundred 

Sixty-third Session of the oldest constituent member Conference of Gnited 

Methodism in the North Carolina Conference. 



June 16 -19, 1988 

C. P. Minnick, Presiding Bishop 
L. T. Wilson, Conference Secretary 



Edited for the Conference by: L. T. Wilson 

Composition and Desk Top Publishing by: Evelyn W. Lane, Editorial Assistant 

Printed by: Derreth Printing Company, Raleigh, NC 

PRICE: $5.00 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Section I: Annual Conference Officers and Structure 

Conference OfTicers/Conference Council on Ministries Staff 1 

Conference Cabinet/District Superintendents 2 

Conference Agencies 3 

Historical Statement/Sessions of the Annual Conference 4 

Rules of Order and Procedure 13 

Section II: Conference Organization and Personnel 

1988 Annual Conference Organization and Personnel 19 

1988 - 1992 Quadrennial Boards and Agencies 20 

Adnninistrative Boards and Agencies 20 

Program Boards and Agencies 22 

1988 - 1989 Conference Council on Ministries, Membership of 27 

1988 - 1989 Church Location and Building, District Boards of 29 

1988 - 1989 Ordained Ministry, District Committees on 31 

Lay Members - 1988 Annual Conference 32 

Alphabetical Roll and Pastoral Records - Members in Full Connection . . .46 

Chronological Roll and Records - FC,AM,PM,FL,PL,SL & Diaconal 70 

Conference Directory (Alphat>etical) 85 

Widows of Deceased Ministers 162 

Section III: Conference Proceedings 

1988 Annual Conference Program 165 

Journal of Proceedings (Daily AAinutes) 171 

Business of the Conference (Disciplinary Questions) 197 

1988 - 1989 Appointment Ust 222 

Ordination, Certificates of 236 

Section IV: In Memoriam 

In Memoriam 237 

Memorial Service Program 237 

Memoirs 239 

1837 - 1988 Deceased Ministers Roll of 268 

Section V: Conference Reports, Legislation and Resolutions 

Annual Conference Address by Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr 277 

Brotherhood/Sisterhood, North Carolina Conference 281 

Capital Funds Campaign, Plans Council Recommendations on 281 

Council on Ministries, Program and Policy Recommendations 284 

Amendment to Charter, CCOM 302 

Nominations 303 

Council on Ministries, Reports of (Archives & History to Worship) 310 

Inclusiveness, Agency Plans for 333 

Church Extension, Report on 334 

Conference Entertainment, Committee on 335 

Conference Lay Leader, Report of 335 

Congregational Development and Church Growth, Task Force on . . . .337 

Courtesies and Resolutions, Committee on 339 

Diaconal Ministry, Board of 341 

Disability, Joint Committee on 346 

District Conference Records 347 

District Superintendents, Composite Report of 347 

The Duke Endowment 350 

Episcopacy, Committee on 352 

Equitable Salaries, Commission on 352 

Farm Crisis, Task Force on 355 

Finance and Administration, Council on 356 

General Conference 363 

General Council on Ministries 364 

Insurance, Committee on 364 

Lay Person of the Year Presentation 366 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. Recommendation 368 

Ordained Ministry, Board of 368 

The Ormond Fund 378 

Pensions, Board of 378 

Policy Procedures for Pastoral Support/ Proposed New Congregations .390 

Resolutions 390 

Southeastern Jurisdictional Council on Ministries 391 

Statement of Relationship - Conference/Health & Welfare Institutions . .392 

Statistician, Report of 396 

Trustees, Conference Board of 398 

United Methodist Foundation, Inc 400 

Gnited Methodist Men 402 

Gnited Methodist Women 403 

United Methodist Youth 406 

Section VI: Board of Operations and Treasurer's Report 

Section VII: Statistics 

Index to the Conference Journal 







Carlton P. Minnick, Jr., D.D. 
Resident Bishop 




1988 - 1989 Conference Cabinet Members 

Seated, 1. to r. - F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr., J. Malloy Owen III, Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., 
Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Thomas A. Collins, G. Robert McKenzie, Jr.; standing, 1. to r. - 
M. Whit Warren, Jr., William W. Sherman, Jr., A. P. HiU, Jr., Wallace H. Kirby, James C. 
P. Brown, Helen G. Crotwell, F. Belton Joyner, Jr., Kermit L. Braswell, M. Randall Baker; 
not pictured - Simeon F. Cummings 



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Elders 

1. to r., first row - Camille Ogle Yorkey, Tommy Lewis Evans, Reuben Lawrence Bow- 
den, Jr., Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Bishop Roy C. Clark, Howard Emory Anderson III, Ken- 
neth AAike Franklin, Edith Lee Cleaves; second row - Leslie Montfort Marsicano, David 
Sidney Fischler, John Marshall Crowe, Richard Thomas Clayton, Lisa Ann Brown, Wade 
William Crabtree, David Omar Jenkins, Leonard Earl Fairley; third row - Samuel White 
Loy, Eldrick Ray Davis, Robert Ogle Skinner, Andrew Murdock AAarshall, John Carlton 
Speight, Jr.; fourth row - Glenn Eldridge Mason, Dwight Edward Martin, Roderick Lynn 
Mullen, William Franklin Williams, Jonathan Eric Strother, Phyllis Hicks Straus 




Deacons 

1. to r., first row - Dena Jo McFarland, Joyce Reynolds Mott, Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., 
Bishop Roy C. Clark, Edith Dudley Jenkins, Kimberly Anne Garner, Larry Dean Crane; 
second row - Lawrence McMeill Dowdy, David Alexander McLean, Stephen Paul Wanger, 
James Stanley Brown, Pamela Jo Hudson, Erieen Geiselle Isley Thompson, Leon Delanoa 
Fowler*; third row - Barbara Kathryn Mollis Price, Brian Darren Perry, Julia Webb-Bow- 
den, James Edward Malloy, Jr. , AAilton Bailey Collier, Jr. , Andrea Reese Woodhouse, Scott 
Cameron Washington, William J Witt, Jr.*; fourth row -Timothy John Russell*, David Wil- 
liam Woodhouse, Norma Walters Wingo, Randall Eugene Innes, William Joseph Wilburn; 
fifth row - Roger Alan Blaisdell*, Frances Louise Browne*, Peggy Ormsby Witt, Kenneth 
Joseph Collins* (*These persons had their orders recognized and became probationary 
merribers and deacons.) 




Bishop Elected from North Conference Conference 

Joseph B. Bethea from the North Carolina Conference was elected bishop during the 
Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference at Lake Junaluska and is being congratulated by 
Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., along with Conference Lay Leader J. Allen Norris, Jr., and former 
North Carolina Conference Bishop, William R. Cannon. 



CELEBRATING 
VITAL CONGREGATIONS < = > FATTHFUL DISCIPLES 



In keeping with the episcopal initiative for the quadrennium, the Committee for An- 
nual Conference Program selected Vital Congregations< = >Faithful Disciples as our 
1 988 Conference theme. In part, we developed this theme with testimonials during Con- 
ference and with a special celebration on Friday evening. 

In an effort to strengthen The United Methodist Church for witness and service, we 
realize how vital congregations and faithful disciples are dependent on each other for the 
success of our mission. 



Annual Conference 
Officers and Structure 

SECTION I 



i 



1 

CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

C. P. Mlnnick, Jr Resident Bishop 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 203, The Gnited Methodist Building 
Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 

L. T. Wilson Secretary 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 21 5, The Gnited Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 

Assistant Secretaries: Johnnie J. Williams, E. M. Thompson, A. Kimsey King, Jr. 

Robbie W. Barrett, Gilliam P. Wise, Regis H. Murphy II 

A. Kimsey King, Jr Statistician 

531 7 Yardley Terrace 

Durham, NC 27707 

Telephone: 919/489-6497 

Herb Stout Treasurer-Business Manager 

Post Office Box 1 0955 Room 1 1 6, The Gnited Methodist BuUding 
Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 

Loretta Bishop /Assistant Treasurer-Business Manager 

Robert C. Frazier, Sr Lay Leader 

215 Grace Drive 

Wilson, NC 27893 

Telephone: 919/271-2771 

(To Be Elected) Associate Conference Lay Leaders 

Jane H. Johnson President, Gnited Methodist Women 

Route 4, Box 221 

Mebane, NC 27302 

Telephone: 919/563-1603 

Ernest J. Wendell President, Gnited Methodist Men 

1308 Kent Street 

Durham, NC 27707 

Telephone: 919/489-1872 

David Miller President, Gnited Methodist Youth 

Box 98 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 

Telephone: 919/747-3561 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES STAFF 

F. Belton Joyner, Jr Executive Director 

G. Paul Phillips 111 /Associate Director for Children's Ministry & Worship 

Pamela B. Lineberger Associate Director for Children, Youth, & Young Adult AAinistries 

Wilburn L. Norton, Jr /Associate Director for Communications & Stewardship 

/Mbert Shuler /Associate Director for Ethnic Minority Local Church Concerns 

Clyde H. Dunn J^ssociate Director for Evangelism & Missions 

E. Clifford Shoaf Associate Director for Lay Ministries 

Post Office Box 1 0955 The Gnited Methodist Building 

Raleigh, NC 27605 1 307 Glenwood Avenue 

Telephone: 91 9/832-9560 or NC State Toll Free 1 -800-621 -5467 



CONFERENCE CABINET 

Resident Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

OFFICERS 

President William W. Sherman, Jr. 

Secretary Wallace H. Kirby 

Treasurer Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

BURUNGTON: F.Owen Fitzgerald,Jr.,31 18 Truitt Dr., Burlington, NC 27215 . . . .919/584-7959 

DURHAM: Wallace H.Kirby,1002 W.Knox SL,Durham,NC 27701 919/682-6439 

EUZABETH CITY: M.Randall Baker.POBcx 1662,Elizabeth City.NC 27909 919/335-2415 

FAYETTEVILLE: Helen G.Crotweil, 191 1 Raeford Rd.,Fayettevil!e,NC 28305 919/485-2734 

GOLDSBORO: J.Malloy Owen III.Box 1516,Goldsboro,NC 27533 919/734-5324 

GREENVILLE: A.P.Hiil,Jr.,101 Martinstwrough Rd.,GreenvilIe,NC 27858 919/756-3916 

NEWBERTi: M.Whit Warren,Jr.,1503 Kimberly Rd.,hew Bern,NC 28560 . . . .919/637-4600 

RALEIGH: Thonnas A.Collins,POBox 10955, Raleigh, NC 27605 919/832-9560 

ROCKINGHAM: William W.Sherman, Jr., POBox 1588,Laurinburg,MC 28352 . . . .919/276-6641 
ROCKY MOUNT: G.Rot>ert McKenzie,Jr..3621 Sheffield Dr.,Rocky Mount 27803 . .919/443-5540 
SANFORD: James C.P.Brown, 1511 Columbine Rd.,Sanford,NC 27330 ... 919/775-7041 

WILMINGTON: Samuel D.McMillan,Jr.2201 Lynwood Dr. .Wilmington 28403 . . .919/762-0400 
ADMIN. ASSIST. TO BISHOP & DIRECTOR OF MINISTERIAL RELATIONS 

Kermit L Braswell, P O Box 10955, Raleigh, NC 27605 919/832-9560 

ASSIST. TO CABINET FOR NATIVE AMERICAN CONCERNS 

Simeon F. Cummings, P O Box 725, Pembroke, NC 28372 919/521-8600 

EXEC. DIR., CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

F. Belton Joyner, Jr., P O Box 10955, Raleigh, NC 27605 919/832-9560 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 
ASSIGNED TO BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Archives and History, Commission on J. Malloy Owen III 

Bishop's Seminar on Ministry Wallace H.Kirby.Heien G.Crotweli.Samue! D.McMillan,Jr. 

Christian Gnity & Interreligious Concerns, Commission on F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 

Church and Society, Board of F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 

Conference Summer School James C.P.Brown, Wallace H.Kirby 

Diaconal Ministry, Board of A. P. Hill, Jr. 

Disability, Joint Committee on M. Randall Baker 

Education, Board of J. Malloy Owen III 

Equitable Salaries, Commission on M. Whitfield Warren, Jr. 

Evangelism, Board of Thomas A. Collins 

Finance and Administration, Council on Wallace H. Kirby 

Health and Welfare, Board of Thomas A.Collins(MHC), William W.Sherman,Jr.(MRH) 

Higher Education and Campus AAinistry, Board of G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Higher Education, NC State Commission on G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Insurance, Committee on M. Randall Baker 

Laity, Board of James C. P. Brown 

Ministerial Evaluation, Committee on Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

Missions, Board of Helen G. Crotwell 

Ordained Ministry, Board of Wiliam W.Sherman, Jr., Samuel D.McMillan.Jr. 

Outdoor and Camping Ministries, Commission on William W. Sherman, Jr. 

Pastoral Care, Committee on J. AAalloy Owen III 

Pensions, Board of M. Randall Baker 

Publication, Board of M. Whitfield Warren, Jr. 

Religion and Race, Commission on Helen G. Crotwell 

Status and Role of Women, Commission on A. P. Hill, Jr. 

Stewardship, Board of M. Whitfield Warren, Jr. 

United Methodist Foundation, Inc Wallace H. Kirby 

Worship, Board of G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 



CONFERENCE AGENCIES 

THE UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC.: Thomas E. Chandler, Presi- 
dent, P O Drawer 1239, Burlington, NC 27216, Telephone: 919/229-0892; Douglas L 
Byrd, Executive Vice-President, Office of Planned Giving, P O Box 10955, Raleigh, NC 
27605, Telephone: 919/832-9560 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN: Rufus H. Stark, Executive Director, P O Box 
12605, Raleigh, NC 27605, Telephone: 919/833-2834 

CYPRESS GLEN RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: Robert A. Cramer, Administrator, 
100 Hickory St., Greenville, NC 27858, Telephone: 758-2309 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC.: L. Amos Tinnell, Executive Director, 
2616 Envin Rd., Durham, NC 27705, Telephone: 919/383-2567 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES IN DURHAM: A. Robert Crawford, Ad- 
ministrator, 2616 Erwin Rd., Durham, NC 27705, Telephone: 919/383-2567 

WESLEY PINES RETIREMENT HOME IN LUMBERTON: Paul G Bunn, Ad- 
ministrator, 100 Wesley Pines Rd., Lumberton, NC 28358, Telephone: 919/738-9691 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE: J. /Mien Norris, Jr., President, Louisburg, NC 27549, 
Telephone: 919/496-2521 

METHODIST COLLEGE: M. Elton Hendricks, President, Fayetteville, NC 28311, 
Telephone: 91 9/488-71 1 

NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN COLLEGE: Leslie H Garner, Jr , President, 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804, Telephone: 919/977-7171 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE COMMISSION ON CAMPUS MINISTRY: W. 
Joseph Mann, Chairperson, United Methodist Campus Ministers in North Carolina, Duke 
Divinity School, Durham, NC 27706, Telephone: 919/684-3041 

UNITED METHODIST CAMPUS MINISTERS IN NORTH CAROLINA: 

A & T STATE GNIVERSITY: Sadye Joyner Milton, 913 Bluford St., Greensboro, NC 
27405, (Study) 919/273-5691, (Home) 919/621-4241 

APPAL\CH1AN STATE GNIYERSIT/: John Magnuson, 339A E. King St., Boone, NC 
28607, (Study) 704/264-9606, (Home) 704/264-9290 

DGKE UNIVERSITY: G. Ronald Patton, 2405 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham, NC 27703, 
(Study) 919/684-5955, (Home) 596-3948 

EAST CAROLINA GNIVERSITY: Paige Chargois, Chidley Hall, Durham, NC 27707, 
(Study) 919/683-6187 

NC CENTRAL GNIVERSITY: Page Chargois, Chidley Hall, Durham, NC 27707, (Study) 
919/683-6187 

NC STATE GNIVERSITY: William G. Sharpe IV, 2501 Clark Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607, 
(Study) 919/833-1861, (Home) 919/467-0704 

PEMBROKE STATE GNIVERSITY: James R. Oliver, 100 Breece St., Pembroke, NC 
28372, (Study) 919/521-4943, (Home) 919/521-4018 

GNC - CHARLOTTE: Tim Auman, 4323 E. Walker Ave., Charlotte, NC 28211, 
Telephone: (Study) 704/547-4068, (Home) 704/364-5257 

GNC - CHAPEL HILL: Manuel Wortman, 214 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 
(Study) 919/942-2152, (Home) 919/942-3612 

GNC - GREENSBORO: Ron Moss, 1207 Walker Ave., Greensboro, NC 27403, (Study) 
91 9/379-51 1 9, (Home) 91 9/275-8397 

GNC - WILMINGTON: Bob Haywood, P O Box 3725, WUmington, NC 28406, (Study) 
919/799-1 160, (Home) 919/686-9288 



WESTERN CAROLINA GNIVERSITV: George Weekley, P O Box 33, CuUowhee, NC 
28723, (Study) 704/293-9214, (Home) 704/586-6730 

WINSTON-SALEM MINISTRY (Wake Forest, Winston-Salem State, Salem College): 
David Riffe, P O Box 7433, Winston-Salem, NC 27109, (Study) 919/761-5248, (Home) 
919/777-0179 

HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

I. COMPOSITION 

The North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church is comp>osed of: 

1) The eastern portion of the former North Carolina Conference of The United 
Methodist Protestant Church. 

2) The former North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. 

3) The coastal region of the former Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference of The 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

4) The Eastern District, North Carolina-Virginia Conference, Central Jurisdiction. 

II. ORGANIZATIOM 

The organizing dates of the four former Conferences were as follows: 

1) The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Protestant Church 1828, at 
Whitaker's Chapel in Halifax Councy, North Carolina. 

2) The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 
1837. 

3) The Blue Ridge-Atantic Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church, 1 879, 
at Greensboro, North Carolina, first named Southern Central Conference; two 
years later, 1 881 , renamed Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference. 

4) The Eastern District North Carolina-Virginia Annual Conference was organized 
at a special session on August 11,1 964, at Bennett College, Greensboro, North 
Carolina. 

III. SESSIONS OF THE CONSTirCEMT CONFERENCES BEFORE UNION IN 



1939: 



and Days 



111 SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
THE METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH 
18281938 
Church Counly Pi 



Secretary 



1 


1828 


Dec. 19 20 


Whiiakers Chapel 


Halilax 


Ell B Whiiaker 
James Hunier 
WW Hill 


Miles Nash 


2 


1829 


April 24 


Sampsons 


Halilat 


WW Hill 


Jesse H Cobb 


3 


1829 


On. 15 


Union Chapel 


Granville 


WW Hill 


W.C Whitaker 


4 


1830 


Aug. ^7 


Whiiakers Chapel 


Halifax 


WW Hill 


Caswell Drake 


5 


1831 


March 1719 


Rehoboth 


Granville 


WW Hill 


Jesse H Cobb 


6 


1832 


March 13 


First Baptist, Raleigh 


Wake 


Willis Harris 


W H Wills 


1 


1833 


Feb. 14 16 


Whiiakers 


Halifax 


Willis Harris 


WH. Wills 


8 


1834 


Feb 27 Mar 1 


Mt Hermon 


Alamance 


Alex Albright 


S J Harris 


9 


1835 


Feb 25^28 


Rehoboth 


Granville 


Alex Albright 


S J. Harris 


10 


1836 


March 25-28 


Sandy Ridge 


Guilford 


Alex Albright 


TO. Wrighi 


11 


1836 


Oec.i12 


Bradlords 


Halifax 


Alson Gray 


S.J. Harris 


12 


1837 


Dec. 14 


Shiloh 


Randolph 


Alson Gray 


S J Harris 


13 


1838 




Rehoboth 


Granville 


Alex Albright 


John F Speight 


14 


1839 


Dec. &9 


Salem 


Orange 


J. F Speight 


S.J Harris 


15 


1840 


Dec 4 7 


Fair Grove 


Rockingham 


John Coe 


S Y McMasters 


16 


1842 


Feb. 1821 


Whiiakers 


Halifax 


Caswell Drake 


S Y McMasters 


17 


1842 


Dec 2 5 


Rehoboth 


Granville 


Wm. Lneberry 


W J Ogburn 


18 


1843 


Nov 36 


Ml. Hermon 


Alamance 


Alson Gray 


T L Caner 


19 


1844 


Nov. 14 


Fairlield 


Guilford 


Alson Gray 


C F Harris 


20 


1845 


Oct. 2428 


Whiiakers 


Halifax 


Caswell Drake 


W J Ogburn 


21 


1846 


Oct. 22 24 


Rehoboth 


Granville 


AlsonGray 


WJ Ogburn 


22 


1847 


Nov 11 13 


Ml Hermon 


Alamance 


Alson Gray 


John Pans 


23 


1848 


Oct. 20 24 


Fair Grove 


Rockingham 


WH Wills 


C F Harris 


24 


1849 


Oct 2630 


Whiiakers 


Halifax 


WH Wills 


C F Harris 


25 


1850 


Nov 813 


Rehoboth 


Gfam«lle 


JF Speight 


C.F. Harris 


26 


1851 


Nov. 7 12 


Bethel 


Guilford 


J F. Speight 


AC Harris 


27 


1852 


Nov 1216 


FayeileviUe 


Cumberland 


C.F. Harris 


HT Weatherfy 



No 


Year 


Month and Days 


Church 


Countv 


President 


Secretary 


28 


1853 


Nov 11 lb 


Fairtield 


Guilford 


CF Hams 


W H. Wills 


29 


1854 


Nov 8 14 


Bradlofds 


Halifax 


Alson Gray 


R H. Jones 


30 


1855 


Nov 7 12 


Fayeiieville 


Cumberland 


JF Speight 


CF Harris 


31 


1856 


Nov 5-11 


Monah 


Guilford 


CF Harris 


WH Wills 


32 


1857 


Nov 511 


Hams Chapel 


Granville 


AW Lineberry 


WH Wills 


33 


1858 


Nov 1824 


Jamestown IMasonic Halll 


Guilford 


A W lineberry 


AC. Harris 


34 


1859 


Nov 1622 


Enfield 


Halifax 


JF Speight 


J H Page 


35 


1860 


Nov 14 19 


Yadkin Institute 


Davidson 


CF Hams 


JL, Michaux 


36 


1861 


Nov 2730 


Tabernacle 


Guilford 


CF Harns 


J.H Page 


37 


1862 


Nov 1925 


Bethesda 


Halifax 


Quifflon Hotton 


AC. Hams 


38 


1863 


Nov 4 10 


Fair Grove 


Rockingham 


T H Pegram 


R H Wills 


39 


1864 


Nov 912 


Bess Chapel 


Lincoln 


T H Pegram 


R H Wills 


40 


1865 


Nov 814 


Enlield 


Halifax 


T H Pegram 


AC. Harris 


41 


1866 


Nov 7 13 


Salem 


Orange 


J i. Michaux 


JH Page 


42 


1B67 


Nov fril 


Union Chapel 


Granville 


JL. Michaux 


J H. Page 


43 


1868 


Oec^ 28 


Mt Pleasant 


Guilford 


W H. Wills 


AC. Harris 


44 


1869 


Dec 17 


Ml Pleasant 


Davidson 


AW Lineberry 


AC. Hams 


45 


1870 


Nov 300ec 6 


Temple 


Edgecomb 


AW Lineberry 


AC. Harris 


46 


1871 


Nov 29 Dec 5 


Salem 


Orange 


A.W, unBDcrry 


AC Hams 


47 


1872 


Nov 27 Dec 3 


Tabernacle 


Guilford 


R H Wills 


JH Gilbreath 


48 


1873 


Dec 3 10 


Friendship 


Davidson 


RH Wills 


JH Gilbreath 


49 


1874 


Dec 2 7 


Enheld 


Halifax 


RH Wills 


AC Harris 


50 


1875 


Dec 16 


Union Chapel 


Granville 


C F Harris 


JH Page 


51 


1876 


Nov 29Dec 5 


Monah 


GuiHord 


AW. Lineberry 


JH. Page 


52 


1877 


Nov 14 20 


Winston 


Forsyth 


AW. Lineberrv 


J H. Gilbreath 








WESTERN CONFFRFNCE 







lln 1878 the district was divided into the N.C. Conference and the Wnsinrn North Cninlms Confniencn 
In 1880 these conferences reunitedl 



%. 


Year 


Month and Days 


Church 


1 


1878 


Nov. 1819 


Yadkin College 


2 


1879 


Dec. 3 9 


Friendship 


53 


1878 


Nov. 13^19 


Yadkin Conege 


54 


1879 


Dec. 11 15 


Temple 


55 


1880 


Dec. 17 


Tabernacle 


56 


1881 


Nov. 3aDec. 5 


Chestnut Ridge 


57 


1882 


Nov 3aDec. 6 


Shiloh 


58 


1883 


Nov. 2ftDec 4 


Fair Grove 


59 


1884 


Nov. 2&Dec. 2 


Hickory Grove 


60 


1885 


Nov 25^30 


Yadkin College 


61 


1886 


Dec. 16 


EnfieW 


62 


1887 


Nov 24-29 


Rat Rock 


63 


1888 


Nov 2226 


Henderson 


64 


1889 


Nov. 21 26 


Mt Zion 


65 


1890 


Dec. 11 16 


Winston 


66 


1891 


Dec 2 7 


Randleman 


67 


1892 


Nov 23 28 


Tabernacle 


68 


1893 


Nov 22 27 


LaGrange 


69 


1894 


Nov 21 26 


Asheboro 


70 


1895 


Nov 2025 


Grace, Greensboro 


71 


1896 


Nov. 18-23 


Burlington 


72 


1897 


Nov. 2429 


Rrsl, Htgn Point 


73 


1898 


Nov 2:^29 


Libeny 


74 


1899 


Nov 22 27 


Fnendship 


75 


1900 


Nov 21 26 


Pinnacle 


76 


1901 


Nov 21 25 


Henderson 


77 


1902 


Nov. m^ 


Asheboro 


78 


1903 


Nov. 1fr23 


Winston 


79 


1904 


Nov. 24 28 


Burfmgton 


80 


1905 


Nov nil 


first, High Point 



County 


President 


Secretary 


Davidson 


AM Lowe 


T T. Ferree 


Alamance 


AM. Lowe 


T.T Ferree 


Davidson 


JH. Page 


JH. Gilbreath 


Edgecomb 


John Pans 


T.J. Ogbum 


Guilford 


JR. Ball 


R H. Wills 


Orange 


JR. Ball 


JH Gilbreath 


Davidson 


RH Wills 


J L. Michaux 


Rockingham 


RH. Wills 


JF. Hams 


Randolph 


R H. Wills 


E.A. Wilson 


Davidson 


T.J. Dgbum 


W.L Harns 


Halifax 


T.J. Dgbum 


J.A. Hot! 


Guilford 


T J Dgbum 


JAHotI 


Vance 


R H. Wills 


J.AH0II 


Stokes 


W.A. Bunch 


W.F Kennen 


Forsyth 


WA Bunch 


C.L VWtitaker 


Randolph 


W.A. Bunch 


C.L Whitaker 


GuiHord 


W A. Bunch 


C.L. Whitaker 


Lenoir 


T.T. Ferree 


L.L Albright 


Randolph 


T.T. Ferree 


L L Albnght 


Guilford 


W A. Bunch 


L.L Albright 


Alamance 


W A. Bunch 


C L Whitaker 


Guilford 


WA Bunch 


C.L Whitaker 


Randolph 


W.F Kennetl 


T M. Johnson 


Stanley 


W.F. Kennett 


T M. Johnson 


Stokes 


C.L Whiiaker 


WE. Swam 


Vance 


C.l. WhHsker 


WE. Swain 


Randolph 


T M. Johnson 


WE. Swain 


Forsyth 


T.M. Johnson 


WE. Swain 


Alamance 


T M. Johnson 


J S. Williams 


GuiHord 


T.M Johnson 


J.S Williams 



No Year Monih and Days 



County 



Secreiary 



81 1906 

82 1907 

83 1908 

84 1909 

85 1910 


Nov 2226 
Nov 20^25 
Nov 19-23 
Nov 1822 
Nov 1721 


Rocky Mount 
Grace, Greensboro 
Liberty 
Randleman 
Kernersville 




Nash 

Guiliord 

Randolph 

Randolph 

forsylh 


TM Johnson 
WE Swain 
W E Swam 
WE Swam 
WE. Swam 


R M Andrews 
Wm Poner 
S W Taylor 
S W Taylor 
S W Taylor 


86 1911 

87 1912 

88 1913 

89 1914 

90 1915 


Nov 2227 
Nov 21 26 
Nov 1924 
Nov. 1823 
Nov 17 22 


Henderson 

Burlington 

first, High Point 

Asheville 

Grace, Greensboro 




Vance 

Alamance 

Guiliord 

Buncombe 

Guilford 


W E Swain 
C A Cecil 
CA Cecil 
C A Cecil 
G W. Holmes 


S W. Taylor 
N G Beihea 
N G Beihea 
NG Bethea 
C W Bates 


91 1916 

92 1917 

93 1918 

94 1919 

95 1920 


Nov. 2227 
Nov 21 26 
Nov 27 30 
Nov 1924 
Nov. 24 29 


Winston 

Mebane 

Grace, Greensboro 

Concord 

Enheld 




forsylh 

Alamance 

Guiliord 

Cabarrus 

Halifax 


GW Holmes 
RM Andrews 
R M Andrews 
RM Andrews 
R M. Andrews 


C W Bates 
C W Bales 
C W Bates 
CW Bales 
C W Bates 


96 1921 

97 1922 

98 1923 

99 1924 
100 1925 


Nov 914 
Nov 16 
Gci. 29 Nov 5 
Gci 29NOV 3 
Nov 49 


Burlington 
Henderson 

Community, Thomasville 
Reidsville 
First, High Point 




Alamance 

Vance 

Davidson 

Rockingham 

Guilford 


RM Andrews 
AG Dixon 
AG Dixon 
AG Dixon 
AG Dixon 


CW Bates 
C W Bates 
C W Bates 
C W Bates 
CW Bates 


101 1926 

102 1927 

103 1928 

104 1929 

105 1930 


Nov 3 8 
Nov 2 7 
Del. 31 Nov 5 
Nov 611 
Nov 5 10 


Grace, Greensboro 

Asheburo 

Winston 

Calvary, Greensboro 

Albemarle 




Guilloia 

Randolph 

Forsyth 

Guiliord 

Stanley 


AG Dixon 
SW Taylor 
SW laylur 
SW Tayloi 
S W Taylor 


C W Bates 
CW Bates 
CW Bates 
CW Bates 
C W Bates 


106 1931 

107 1932 

108 1933 

109 1934 

110 1935 


Nov. 4-9 
Nov. 9-14 
Nov. 1520 
Nov 1419 
Nov 611 


First, High Point 
Burlington 

Community, Thomasville 
Grace. Greensboro 
Henderson 




Guilford 

Alamance 

Davidson 

Guilford 

Vance 


SW Taylor 
RM Andrews 
R M Andrews 
RM Andrews 
RM Andrews 


CW Bates 
CW Bates 
CW Bates 
C W Bates 
CW Bates 


111 1936 

112 1937 

113 1938 

114 1939 


Nov 49 
Nov 4 8 
Nov 914 
Del 18 20 


Albemarle 
Asheboro 

Calvary, Greensboro 
Grace, Giuuiisbuio 




Stanley 
Randolph 
Guilford 
Guilluid 


R M Andrews 
JE Pritchard 
JE Piitchaid 
J I I'liiclidid 


CW Bales 
CW Bates 
CW Bates 
CW Uaius 




121 SESSIONS Of THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE Of i^ | 

THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH § ^ 

18371844 Jfi 


-g 

5 E 


Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


^1^ 


M^i 


1 Greensboro 

2 Salisbury 

3 New Bern 

4 Mocksville 

5 Raleigh 


January 1838 
January 1839 
January 1840 
December 1840 
Ociober 1841 


T.A Morris 
JO Andrew 
T A Morris 
T A. Morris 
U Brock 


H.G Leigh 
H G Leigh 
H G Leigh 
SS Bryant 
S S Bryam 


15,062 
15,719 

16.099 
16,379 


3,009 


6 Louisburg 

7 Halilax 

8 Pinsboro 


Oclobur 1842 
Ociober 1843 
December 1844 


B Wauyh 
I A Morris 
J Suule 


SS Bryani 
S S Bryani 
SS Bryant 


17,698 
19,189 
19,639 






I2al SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE OF S 1 
THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH | g,| 


-5 

i-J 


Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


Si! 


III 


9 Washingion 
10 New Bern 


November 1845 
Decmber 1846 


JO Andrew 
Wm Capers 


S S Bryant 
S S Bryant 


20,493 
20,263 


4,414 


1 1 Greensboro 

12 Danville, Va 

13 DKford 

14 Warremon 

15 Salisbury 


December 1847 
November 1848 
November 1849 
November 1850 
November 1851 


J Andrew 
Wm Capers 
J Andrew 
R Paine 
JO Andrew 


SS Bryam 
CF Deems 
CF Deems 
CF Deems 
IT Wyche 


20,347 

21,258 
21,110 
26,092 


7,690 





Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


16 


louisburg 


November 1852 


Wm Capers 


IT Wyche 


17 


Raleigh 


November 1853 


R Paine 


IT Wyche 


18 


Pmsboro 


November 1854 


Gf Pierce 


IT Wyche 


19 


Wilmington 


November 1855 


JO, Andrew 


IT, Wyche 


20 


Greensboro 


November 1856 


John Early 


IT Wyche 


21 


Goldsboro 


December 1857 


GF Pierce 


WE Pell 


22 


New Bern 


December 1858 


HH Kavannaugh 


WE Pell 


23 


Beaufon 


December 1859 


John Early 


WE Pell 


24 


Salisbury 


December 1860 


H Paine 


WE Pell 


25 


louisburg 


December 1861 


JO Andrew 


W E Pell 


26 


Raleigh 


December 1862 


John Early 


J.W. Lewis 


27 


Greensboro 


Oecemer 1863 


G F Pierce 


J W Lewis 


28 


Mocksville 


December 1864 


DB Nicholson 


JW Lewis 


29 


Raleigh 


UBCGfTtnGr tobb 


John Early 


JW Lewis 


30 


Fayeneville 


November 1866 


GF Pierce 


B Craven 


31 


Wilmingion 


November 1867 


OS Doggen 


B Craven 


32 


Siaiflsvillfl 


OecRmber 1868 


WM Wightman 


B Craven 


33 


Nnw Rnrn 


Nnvnmhoi IflfiR 


OS Doqqen 


B Craven 


:m 


i;ii<nnilKiiii 


Ndvmnhnr Ifl/ll 


ni Pimrn 


8 Crwen 


3b 


Chniliilln 


NnvniiiliiM lll/l 


II I'ninn 


11 Ctiivnn 


36 




December 1872 


R Pame 


B Craven 


37 


Goldsboro 


December 1873 


J C Keener 


B Craven 


38 


Raleigh 


December 1874 


EM Marvin 


B Craven 


39 


Wilmingion 


December 1875 


HN McFyeire 


B. Craven 


40 


Salisbury 


November 1876 


OS Doggen 


B. Craven 


41 


Salisbury 


November 1877 


D S Doggen 


B Craven 


42 


Charlone 


November 1878 


G F Pierce 


B Craven 


43 


Wilson 


December 1879 


WM Wightman 


B Craven 


44 


Winston 


December 1880 


J C Keener 


B Craven 


45 


Durham 


December 1881 


G F Pierce 


B Craven 


46 


Raleigh 


December 1882 


JC Keener 


AW Mangum 


47 


Statesville 


December 1883 


JC Keener 


D W Bam 


48 


Wilmington 


December 1884 


L Parker 


DWBain 


49 


Charlone 


December 1885 


J C Keener 


W Bam 


50 


Reidsville 


December 1886 


JC. Granberry 


W Bam 


51 


Fayeneville 


December 1887 


JS Key 


D W Bain 


52 


New Bern 


November 1888 


JC Granberry 


D W Bam 


53 


Greensboro 


November 1889 


RK Hargrove 


D W Bain 


54 


Wilson 


December 1890 


JC Keener 


W Bam 


55 


Greenville 


November 1891 


C B Galloway 


W Bam 


56 


Goldsboro 


December 1892 


WW Duncan 


WL Cunmggim 


57 


Wilmington 


December 1893 


WW Duncan 


W L Cunmggim 


58 


Durham 


December 1894 


AW Wilson 


WL Cunmggim 


59 


Elizabeth City 


December 1895 


AW Wilson 


WL Cunmggim 


60 


Kinston 


December 1896 


AW Wilson 


WL. Cunmggim 


61 


Raleigh 


December 1897 


R K Hargrove 


WL Cunmggim 


62 


Elizabeth Cily 


November 1898 


OP Fitzgerald 


WL Cunmggim 


63 


Washington 


December 1899 


E R Hendrix 


WL Cunmggim 


64 


New Bern 


December 1900 


HC Morrison 


WL Cunmggim 


65 


Fayeneville 


December 1901 


RK Hargrove 


WL Cunmggim 


66 


Wilmington 


December 1902 


AC Smith 


WL Cunmggim 


67 


Goldsboro 


November 1903 


W.A Candler 


WL Cunmggim 


68 


Henderson 


November 1904 


W A Candler 


WL Cunmggim 


69 


Wilson 


November 1905 


AW Wilson 


W L Cunmggim 


70 


Rocky Mount 


December 1806 


AW Wilson 


WL Cunmggim 


71 


New Bern 


December 1907 


C B Galloway 


WL Cunmggim 


72 


Durham 


December 1908 


AW Wilson 


W L Cunmggim 


73 


Raleigh 


November 1909 


AW. Wilson 


WL Cunmggim 


74 


Elizabeth Guy 


November 1910 


E fl. Hendnx 


W L. Cunmggim 


75 


Kinston 


November 1911 


E.E Hoss 


R H Willis 



1 i 


■5 


i i'lf 


&^l 


Hi 






1— COlu 


27,859 


9,144 


29,127 


9,298 


30,407 


10,139 


29,461 


11 174 


29,473 


13,553 


29,451 


11,571 


27,997 


11,092 


28,556 


12,413 


29011 


13,285 


28,602 


11,513 


28,033 


8,042 


28,263 


. 


27,198 


10,131 


28,168 




30,540 


11,895 


31,610 


17,576 


32,693 


20,248 


33.310 


20,000 


46,256 


28,551 


47,0/7 


78,947 


48.4!,? 


711,441 


49,137 


29,593 


49,926 


28,259 


53,671 


31,572 


58,624 


34,934 


58,624 


34,934 


61,854 


38,998 


65,308 


41,949 


67,205 


43,753 


68,156 


44,686 


70,375 


47,139 


72,495 


50,584 


75,128 


51,536 


77,721 


50,598 


83,102 


57,077 


86,510 


61,324 


89,084 


65,720 


92,242 


65,419 


52,895 


38,274 


55,734 


38,321 


57,543 


38,205 


57,908 


38,352 


63,096 


44,123 


63,298 


42,913 


64,879 


43,893 


65,325 


44,876 


65,728 


43,680 


65,364 


44,163 


65,226 


44,155 


66,059 


45,849 


66,776 


51,016 


67,541 


51,273 


68,810 


53,147 


71,288 


55,122 


73,108 


56,409 


73,884 


60,024 


74,548 


61,363 


76,573 


63,841 


78,187 


64,955 


80,109 


67,183 





Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


76 


FayenevHIe 


November 1912 


Collins Denny 


R H Willis 


77 


Oxiocd 


December 1913 


J H McCoy 


R H Willis 


78 


Washington 


November 1914 


R.G Waierhouse 


R H Willis 


79 


Wilmingion 


December 1915 


J.C Kilgo 


R H. Willis 


80 


Durham 


December 1916 


J.C Kilgo 


R H. Willis 


B1 


Greenville 


December 1917 


W.A Candler 


R H Willis 


82 


GolrJsboro 


December 1918 


UVW Darlington 


R.H Willis 


83 


Wilson 


November 1919 


U V W Darlington 


R H Willis 


84 


Rocky Mouni 


November 1920 


UVW Darlington 


R H Willis 


85 


New Bern 


November 1921 


UVW Darlington 


R.H Willis 


86 


Raleigh 


November 1922 


Collins Denny 


R H. Willis 


87 


Elizabeth Ciiy 


November 1923 


Collins Denny 


R H Willis 


88 


Wdmingion 


November 1924 


Cottins Denny 


RH Willis 


89 


Fayetieville 


November 1925 


Collins Denny 


T McM. Grant 


90 


Durham 


November 1926 


ED. Mouzon 


T McM Gram 


91 


Raleigh 


November 1927 


ED Mouzon 


T McM. Grant 


92 


Wilson 


October 1928 


ED. Mouzon 


T McM Gram 


93 


Kinsion 


October 1929 


ED. Mouzon 


T McM Grant 


94 


Henderson 


November 1930 


ED Mouzon 


T McM Gram 


95 


GreenviUe 


November 1931 


ED Mouzon 


T McM Grant 


96 


Rocky Mount 


November 1932 


ED Mouzon 


T McM Gram 


97 


Durham 


November 1933 


ED. Mouzon 


T McM. Grant 


98 


Washmgion 


November 1934 


Paul B. Kern 


T McM. Gram 


99 


Wilmington 


November 1535 


Paul B. Kern 


T McM Gram 


00 


New Bern 


November 1936 


Paul B. Kern 


T McM. Gram 


101 


Raleigh 


November 1937 


Paul B. Kern 


T. McM. Gram 


02 


Elizabeth City 


November 1938 


Clare Purcell 


T McM Gram 


03 


Fayetteville 


November 1939 


WW Peele 


T McM Gram 



1 1 


-g 


Ui 


1 1 


^■i-s 


«o = 


§12 


s;5 £ 


82,213 


69.576 


84,245 


72,564 


85,224 


73,645 


89,704 


79,750 


93,025 


82,951 


94,611 


84,502 


94,969 


79.869 


96,869 


81,241 


100,887 


83,941 


102,804 


90.430 


105,379 


89.169 


107,497 


90.220 


112,329 


92.893 


113,056 


96.763 


114,354 


96.867 


115,668 


97.697 


115,531 


94,820 


115,406 


93,075 


117171 


93,293 


116,789 


89.824 


119,019 


90.626 


120,993 


82.987 


122,798 


88.930 


124,893 


84.803 


126,678 


82.742 


127,355 


83.106 


129.480 


88,337 


132,735 


91.234 



131 SESSIONS OF THE BLUE RIDGE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE OF 

THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

187*1938 



IThe name ol the Conlerence at first was Southern Central Conleience It became the Blue Ridge Conlerence in 1881 In 1912 the Ailamic 
Mission Conference was merged with this Conference and it became the Blue Ridge Ailaniic Conference I 



Date 



Secretary 



1879 Jan 3frFeb 3 


Greensboro 


JT Peck 


EU Ihayer 


1880 Jan 2frFeb. 1 


Concord 


Matthew Simpson 


WC Matton 


1881 Jan 2ft24 


Leicester 


H W Warien 


WG Mdiion 


1882 Jan. 19 23 


AsheviMe 


RS Foster 


WG Mdtiun 


1883 Jan 2^29 


Gasionia 


SM Merrill 


WG Matton 


1884 Jan 3afeb. 3 


Ashcville 


Thomas Bowman 


JO Roberson 


1885 Feb 12 16 


Clyde 


E.G. Andrews 


JO Roberson 


1885 Oct 1 5 


Gastonia 


WF Mallalieu 


WT. Ford 


1888 Oct 711 


Smiths Chapel 


JM Walden 


WT Ford 


1887 Oct. 1»23 


Asheville 


WF. Mallalieu 


WQA Graham 


1888 Oct. 1»22 


Oyde 


J.N. Fitzgerald 


WQAGraham 


1889 Oct 17 21 


Asheville 


1 W Joyce 


JO Roberson 


1890 Oct. 1^20 


Clyde 


1 W Joyce 


J Roberson 


1891 Oct 21 25 


AshevHIe 


H.W Warren 


A Graybeal 


1892 Oct 1316 


Pomdexter 


CD. Foss 


AH Gamble 


1893 Oct 12 IB 


Daisy 


JF Hurst 


WQA Graham 


1894 Sept 27 Oct. 1 


Smith's Chapel 


RS Foster 


W A Graham 


1895 Oct 1*24 


Clyde 


WF Mallaieu 


A Graybeal 


1896 Sept. 2427 


Asheville 


WF Mallaieu 


A Graybeal 


1897 Oct 11 17 


Walkenown 


EG Andrews 


A Graybeal 


1898 Oct. mi 


Marion 


DA Gootjsell 


A Graybeal 


1899 Oct 1^22 


Seward 


C.H Fowfer 


A Graybeal 


1900 Oct 47 


Clyde 


Eari Cranston 


A Graybeal 



Date 


Place 


President 


SecfMBfY 


1901 Oct 2427 

1902 Oct 23 26 

1903 Oct. 7 10 

1904 Oct. til 

1905 Oct. ^8 


Montezuma 

Seward 

Glass 

Clyde 

Montezuma 


O.A. Goodsell 
J.M Walden 
IW Joyce 
J.N. Fitzgerald 
C.H Fowler 


AGraybeal 
A Graybeal 
A Graybeal 
A Graybeal 
A. Graybeal 


1908 Oct 4^8 

1907 Oct 23 27 

1908 Oct 14 

1909 Sept. 30-Oct. 3 

1910 Oct 7 9 


Troy 

Walkertown 
Kings Mountain 
Asheville 
Canton 


J.W. Bashford 
Henry Speflmeyer 
DA Goodsell 
W F. Anderson 
W F. Anderson 


A Graybeal 
A Graybeal 
A Graybeal 
A. Graybeal 
A Graybeal 


1911 Oct. 1922 

1912 Nov 21 24 

1913 Nov 1317 

1914 Nov 1922 

1915 Now 25^29 


Troy 

Varshallburg 

WslkGflown 

Asheville 

Newton 


WF Anderson 
T S Henderson 
T S. Henderson 
T.S. Henderson 
T S Henderson 


A. Graybeal 
A Graybeal 
D W Haga 
W Haga 
D W. Haga 


ifltn Nov v m 

1111/ Ndv l\."i 

1918 Dec 4 8 

1919 Nov 1923 

1920 Nov 47 


PBrmnlB 

KiMUi M ilnih 

AslHivillu 

Troy 

Kings Mountain 


FM RiKitnl 
1 M IJMulmi 

> M IJMHIIll 

F M Bristol 
F M Bnstol 


DW Haga 
nW llnua 

tiw Wm 

W Haga 
CM. White 


1921 Oct. 2730 

1922 Nov. 2 6 

1923 Nov. 14 

1924 Nov. &9 

1925 Oct 2JN0V 1 


Canton 
Statesvilte 
Washington 
WinstonSalem 
Kings Mountain 


F M. Bristol 
LB. Wilson 
FM. Bristol 
W P. Thirkield 
E.G. Richardson 


CM White 
CM White 
CM White 
CM. White 
CM. White 


1926 Dec 25 


Morehead City 


W.P. Thirkield 


CM. White 


1927 Dec. 7 11 

1928 Dec ^9 

1929 Dec. 5-8 

1930 Oct. 15^19 


Canton 
Misenheimer 
Asheville 
Marshallburg 


AW. Leonard 
H L Smith 
Edgar Blake 
WE. Brown 


CM. White 
CM. White 
W.A. Parsons 
WA Parsons 


1931 Sept 2327 

1932 Oct 69 

1933 Oct 58 

1934 Oct 4 7 

1935 Oct. J13 


Bessemer City 
Walkenown 
Canton 
Newton 
Winston Salem 


H L. Smith 
WE. Brown 
WE Brown 
C.W Burns 
WE. Brown 


W.A Parsons 
W A Parsons 
W A. Parsons 
W A. Parsons 
J.J. Wood 


1936 Oct. 811 

1937 Oct. 7 10 

1938 Oct. &9 


Asheville 
Misenheimer 


WE. Brown 
WE Brown 
R.J. Wade 


WA. Parsons 
W.A. Parsons 
WA. Parsons 



IV UNION: The Unification of the North Carolina Conferences was 
accomplished by the Unification of the three major branches of 
American Methodism in the United States at Kansas City, Missouri, 
May 10, 1939. 



V SESSIONS SINCE UNION IN 1939 

SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE Of 

THE METHODIST CHURCH 

19391967 



Where Held 

114 Fayeneville 

115 Wilmington 

116 Durham 

117 Wilson 

lie Rucky Muuiii 

119 Raleigh 

120 Goldsboro 



November 1939 

November 1940 

November 1941 

November 194? 

Novuinhui 1943 

Nuveiiibui 1944 

November 1945 



W Waller Peele 
Clare Purcell 

Clare Purcel 
Clare Purcell 
Claiu Puicull 
W Waller Peule 
W Waller Peele 



T McM. Grant 

T McM Grant 

T McM Gram 

T McM Grant 

T McM Giant 

T McM. Gram 

T McM Gram 



Jfl 


ill 


143,724 
143,432 


98,650 
96,710 


144,839 
146,143 
149, /03 
151,955 
154,081 


96,451 
93,626 
90.641 
83,340 
88.622 



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Where Held 


When 


President 


Secreiarv 


MM3 


^^^ 


121 


Henderson 


November 1946 


W Walter Peele 


T McM Gram 


159.399 


95,914 


122 


Elizabeth Ciiy 


November 1947 


W Waller Peele 


T McM Gram 


161,855 


102,397 


123 


Greenvile 


November 1948 


W Walter Peele 


T McM Gram 


163,748 


105,785 


124 


Sanlofd 


November 1949 


W Walter Peele 


T McM Gram 


166,380 


109,059 


125 


Kinsion 


November 1950 


W Walter Peele 


r McM Gram 


160,629 


113.983 


126 


Wilmington 


November 1951 


Paul N Garbei 


T McM Gram 


169,615 


120,491 


127 


Burlington 


October 1952 


Paul N Garber 


T McM Gram 


169,181 


115,903 


128 


Durham 


October 1953 


Paul N Garber 


W. Carleion Wilson 


171,377 


124,870 


129 


Raleigh 


October 1954 


Paul N Garber 


W. Carleton Wilson 


172,550 


128,614 


130 


fayelteville 


June 1955 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


174,407 


132,294 


131 


Greenville 


June 1956 


Paul N, Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


178,548 


137,591 


132 


New Bern 


June 195? 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


181,722 


141,861 


133 


Wilson 


June 1958 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


186,368 


144,165 


134 


Wilmington 


June 1959 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


189,608 


147,193 


135 


Rocky Mount 


June 1960 


Paul N Garber 


W. Carleton Wilson 


192,562 


148,122 


136 


Durham 


June 1961 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


194,891 


144,752 


137 


Kinston 


June 1962 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


198,438 


143,256 


138 


Greenville 


June 1963 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


199,858 


144,065 


139 


Burlington 


June 1964 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


201,624 


145,472 


140 


Raleigh 


June 1965 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleion Wilson 


203,715 


147,039 


141 


Rocky Mount 


June 1966 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleton Wilson 


204,639 


136,815 


142 


Goldsboro 


June 1967 


Paul N Garber 


W Carleion Wilson 


206,610 


142,641 



VI SESSIONS OF OTHER CONFERENCES 

SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE OF THE 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



Secretary 



1879 January 30 


Greensboro 


JT Peck 


EO Thayer 


1880 February 4 


High Poim 


Matthew Simpson 


EO Thayer 


1881 January 27 


Raleigh 


H W Warren 


EO Thayer 


1882 January 26 


Laurinburg 


R S Foster 


WF Steele 


1883 January 31 


Winston 


S M Merrill 


WF Steele 


1884 February 6 


Greensboro 


Thomas Bowman 


WF Steele 


1885 February 5 


Lumbenon 


EG Andrews 


WF Steele 


1886 Ociuber 14 


Raleigh 


J M Walden 


WF Steele 


1887 October 27 


High Point 


WF Mallalieu 


WF Steele 


1888 October 25 


Lenoir 


J.N Fiiigerald 


CN Grandison 


1889 October 25 


Goldsboro 


LW Joyce 


CN Granriisnn 


1890 October 23 


Maxton 


1 W Joyce 


CN Grandison 


1891 October 15 


Winston 


HW Warren 


CN Grandison 


1892 October 20 


Reidsville 


C D Foss 


JP Morris 


1893 October 19 


Lexington 


JF Hurst 


JP Morris 


1894 October 4 


Oxford 


WF Mallalieu 


JP Mums 


1895 October 16 


Greensboro 


WF Mallalieu 


RWS Thomas 


1896 September 17 


Charlotte 


EG Andrews 


RWS Thomas 


1897 October 7 


Laurinburg 


RS Foster 


RWS Thomas 


1898 October 13 


Lenoir 


WF Mallalieu 


RWS Thomas 


1899 October 12 


Winsion 


CH Fowler 


RE Jones 


1900 October 11 


Reidsville 


CD Foss 


RE Jones 


1901 October 17 


High Point 


DA Goodsell 


RE Jones 


1902 October 16 


Mourn Airy 


JM Walden 


RE Jones 


1903 October 14 


Greensboro 


1 W Joyce 


SA Peeler 


1904 Orlobcr 13 


Hickory 


JN Fit/gcrald 


SA Peeler 


1905 October 12 


Maxton 


Earl Cranston 


SA Peeler 


1906 October 11 


Asheville 


Wm. Bun 


SA Peeler 


1907 Octobr 17 


Winston 


Henry Spellmeyer 


SA Peeler 


1908 October 15 


Charlotte 


FM Bristnl 


SA Peeler 


1909 October 14 


High Poim 


D H Moore 


SA Peeler 


1910 October 6 


Leaksviile 


TB Neely 


SA Peeler 


1911 October 12 


Greensboro 


WF Anderson 


SA Peeler 


1912 October 20 


Lenoir 


T S Henderson 


SA Peeler 


1913 November 20 


Maxton 


TS Henderson 


SA Peeler 


1914 November 26 


Thomasvile 


TS Henderson 


SA Peeler 


1915 December 1 4 


Winston 


LB Wilson 


GH Caldwell 


1916 November 14 19 


West Raleigh 


FM Bristol 


GH Caldwell 


1917 November 14 18 


Hickory 


EH Hughes 


RN Brooks 



11 



Omc 


Place 


Presitleni 


Secretary 


1918 November J / 


Charlotte 


F M Bristol 


GH Caldwell 


1919 Novembet 12 16 


High Point 


FM Bristol 


GH Caldwell 


1920 November 11 14 

1921 

1922 November 8 12 


Winston 


FM Bristol 


GH Caldwell 


Reidsville 


R i Jones 


G H Caldwell 


1923 November 7 12 


Uunnburg 


LB Wilson 


GH Caldwell 


1924 Oct 30NOV 2 


Lexington 


FM Bristol 


J A Baxter 


1925 Oci 28 Nov. 1 


Marion 


WP Thirkield 


J A Baxter 


1926 October 27 31 


West Raleigh 


MW Clair 


S A Peeler 


1927 October 26^30 


MarJison 


WP. Thirkield 


G H Caldwell 


1928 Oct 31 Nov. 4 


Greensboro 


RE Jones 


GH Caldwell 


1929 Oct. 23 27 


Hickory 


HL Smrth 


WE Hairston 


1930 November 59 


Winston Salem 


C L Mead 


GH Caldwell 


1931 November 2S29 


High Point 


RE Jones 


G H Caldwell 


1932 October 27 30 


ReiiJsville 


HL. Smith 


WE. Hairston 


1933 Sept 2B0ct 1 


Maxton 


W E Brown 


WE Hairston 


1934 October 24 28 


Lenoir 


WE Brown 


WE Hairston 


1935 October 22 27 


Greensboro 


WE Brown 


CW Perry 


1936 October 22 25 


Hamlet 


WE Brovim 


CW Perry 


1937 October 22 31 


Thomasville 


WE Brown 


C W Perry 


1938 October 26-30 


Hickory 


R E Jones 


JE Brower 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE OF THE 
METHODIST CHURCH CENTRAL JURISDICTION 



Secretary 



1939 October 26-29 


West Raleigh 


M W. Clair 


JE Brnwer 


1940 November 6 10 


Launnbiirg 


AP Shaw 


JE Brower 


inil fldnhni /17li 


Winslnn Snlmi 


AP Shaw 


JE Brnwer 


\WJ (III /HNiiv 1 


I'lii'Pii'.hiiiii 


Fll lonnr. 


.ir Rrnwnr 


1IM3 Ur.liilinr //Jl 


Climliillii 


AC Sliiiw 


.11 llinwm 


1944 October 25 29 


Lenoir 


AP Shaw 


JL Dniwui 


1945 Oct 30 Nov 4 


Lumbenon 


R N Brooks 


J[ Brower 


1946 Oct 29 Nov, 3 


High Point 


AP Shaw 


T.H Wooten 


1947 Oct. 2BN0V 2 


Reidsville 


AP Shaw 


M McCallum 


1948 November 3 7 


Hickory 


AP. Shaw 


TH Woolen 


1949 November 3 7 


Winston Salem 


AP Shaw 


T H Wooten 


1950 November 2 5 


Hamlet 


A P Shaw 


C L Gidney 


1951 Oct 31 Nov 4 


High Point 


AP Shaw 


CL Gidney 


1952 June 4 8 


Greensboro 


AP Shaw 


W R Crawford 


1954 June 2 6 


Asheville 


EA Love 


WR Crawiord 


1955 June 15 19 


Laurinburg 


EA Love 


WR Crawford 


1956 May 29 June 3 


Raleigh 


J WE Bowen 


WR Crawford 


1957 June 4 9 


Winston Salem 


EA Love 


WR Crawford 


1958 June 10 15 


Greensboro 


E A Love 


WR Crawford 


1959 June 4 7 


Fayeiteville 


E A Love 


WR Crawford 


1960 June 15 19 


Durham 


EA Love 


JG Corry 


1961 June 14 18 


Charlotte 


EA Love 


JG Corry 


1962 June 13 17 


Greensboro 


EA Love 


JG Corry 


1963 June 59 


Winston Salem 


EA Love 


JG Corry 


1964 June 2 6 


Greensboro 


E A Love 


JG Corry 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA VIRGINIA CONFERENCE OF THE 
METHODIST CHURCH CENTRAL JURISDICTION 



1965 June 3 6 

1966 June 812 

1967 June 7 9 

1968 March 26 2 



Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 



CF Golden 

CF Golden 

CF Golden 

LS Allen 



AE Robinson 
AE Rnbinson 
AE. Robinson 
AE Robinson 



1- Discrepancies between the number of sessions and the number of years result from two sessions being held wiihm a given year on several 
occasions The number of sessions does not include special sessions 

2 Founding Dale ol the oldest consiilueni conference is being used as the Date of Orgdni/aiion of The Nunh Carolina Conference 1828 
lEdiiorl 

3 -Section Vi shows historical background of parent body of the North Carolina Virginia Conference, Central Jurisdiction 



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VII SESSIONS SINCE UNION IN 1968 OF THE METHODIST 
CHURCH AND THE EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHERN CHURCH. 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE OF 
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 1968 - 1988 



Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


143 Fayetteviile 


June 1968 


Paul N. Garber 


W. Carleton Wilson 


144 Chapel Hill 


June 1969 


W. R. Cannon 


W. Carleton Wilson 


145 Greenville 


June 1970 


W. R. Cannon 


W. Carleton Wilson 


146 Fayetteviile 


June 1971 


W. R. Cannon 


W. Carleton Wilson 


147 Durham 


June 1972 


W. R. Cannon 


A. Kimsey King 


148 Fayetteviile 


June 1973 


W. R. Cannon 


A. Kimsey King 


149 Fayetteviile 


June 1974 


R. M. Blackburn 


A. Kimsey King 


150 Fayetteviile 


June 1975 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


151 Fayetteviile 


June 1976 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


152 Fayetteviile 


June 1977 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


153 Fayetteviile 


June 1978 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


154 Fayetteviile 


June 1979 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


155 Fayetteviile 


June 1980 


R. M. Blackburn 


James H. Coile 


156 Fayetteviile 


June 1981 


W. R. Cannon 


L T Wilson 


157 Fayetteviile 


June 1982 


W. R. Cannon 


L T. Wilson 


158 Fayetteviile 


June 1983 


W. R. Cannon 


L T. Wilson 


159 Fayetteviile 


June 1984 


W. R. Cannon 


L T. Wilson 


160 Fayetteviile 


June 1985 


C. P. Minnick, Jr. 


L T. Wilson 


161 Durham 


June 1986 


C. P. Minnick, Jr. 


L 1. Wilson 


162 Fayetteviile 


June 1987 


C. P. Minnick, Jr. 


L T Wilson 


163 Fayetteviile 


June 1988 


C. P. Minnick, Jr. 


L T. Wilson 



13 

RULES OF ORDER AND PROCEDURE 
Section I: Rules of Order 

1 . Robert's Rules of Order shall apply to any situation not covered by these rules. 

2. A member may speak out only once on any one motion until all who desire to speak 
have done so; and then he/she may speak orJy one additional time. 

3. The chairperson of an agency (or someone designated by him/her) shall be allowed 
to speak last on his/her report even though the previous questions have been or- 
dered. 

4. Speeches shall be limited to ten (10) minutes except by consent of the Conference. 

5 . If any part of these rules conflict with The Book of Discipline of The United Melodist 
Church, the Discipline shall prevail. 

6. The Rules of Order and Procedure for the Morth Carolina Annual Conference of The 
United Methodist Church shall apply to the /Annual Conference as regularly scheduled 
and to all called sessions of the Conference. 

Section II: Voting 

1 . Voting shall be by "yes or no" or by a "show of hands" or by "standing" at the discre- 
tion of the chair. 

2. A count vote may be ordered or called by any member of the Conference supported 
by one-fifth (1/5) of the members present and voting. The results of a count vote 
shall be printed in the Journal. The chair may call for a count vote if he/she is in doubt 
as to the outcome of the vote. 

3. M votes shall be cast in the bar of the Conference. The bar of the Conference shall 
be determined by the Conference at the beginning of the first session. 

Section III: Election of Delegates to General and Jurisdictional Conferences 

1 . The elecUon of clerical delegates shall be by secret ballot. (Each person eligible to 
vote shall indicate his/her choice of names for the places ordered by the chair on the 
secret ballot without prior nomination, with balloting to continue until a majority is 
received by sufficient persons to fulfill the needed number of delegates.) 

2. a. /^ny lay person who is a member of the United Methodist Church of the North 

Carolina Conference who wishes to be a nominee may submit a resume, not to 
exceed 200 words. Resumes may also be submitted on behalf of a prospective 
nominee. 

b. Consent of the nominee should be obtained after the nominee has been in- 
formed of the duties of a delegate. 

c. Any lay member of the Church may be voted for whether a resume is submitted 
or not. 

d. Resumes should be maUed to the Conference lay leader by April 1 of the year 
prior to the upcoming General and JurisdicUonal Conferences. 

e. The list of nominees and their resumes will be prepared and distributed by the 
Conference Board of Lay Life and Work at the District Briefings or be mailed with 
the Book of Reports. 

f . The election of lay delegates shall be by secret ballot as above. Electors may vote 
for any eligible person, whether nominated as above or not. 

3. /Ml votes shall be cast upon the official ballots authorized by the Conference. 

4. Ballots shall be numbered consecutively and only ballots with the number an- 
nounced by the chair shaU be valid. Defaced baUots will not be valid. (If a member 
defaces a ballot, he/she may exchange it for a new one at the secretary's desk.) 

5. Each member will place his/her own ballot in the ballot box held by a teller. 

6. Different colored ballots will be provided for lay and clerical members. 



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7. The names of persons receiving less than ten votes shall not be reported to the Con- 
ference. 

8. Five alternates to Jurisdictional Conference shall be elected. 

9. A ballot will be considered invalid in the following cases: 

a. Any electronic ballot which is not marked clearly and darkly with a number 2 lead 
pencil. (Any the scanner will not read.) 

b. More or less than the maximum number of votes permitted on that particular 
ballot. 

c. Voting for a person already elected. 

d. Voting for someone not eligible. 

e. Voting twice for the same person. 

Section IV: Conference Structure 

1 . The Bishop and Cabinet shall determine the size of and nominate the members of 
all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, and Committees authorized by the General Con- 
ference, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, and this Annual Conference, 
except in those cases where the Discipline or the Annual Conference directs other- 
wise. 

2. Mear the end of each quadrennium, the heads of all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, 
and Committees shall submit a list of qualified, suggested nominees to the Bishop 
and the Cabinet for their consideration in the formation of new Boards, Divisions, 
Commissions, and Committees. 

3. Recommendations and nominations shall be subject to the approval of the Annual 
Conference. 

4. a. At the beginning of each quadrennium all Boards, Agencies, Commissions, and 

Committees shall elect their officers only after all their members have been 
notified of the organizational meeting. A member of the Cabinet or the Con- 
ference Staff (designated by the Cabinet) shall serve as the convening officer for 
the organizational meeting. 

b. All elections in the Boards and Agencies of the Morth Carolina Annual Con- 
ference shall be by written, secret ballot of those present and eligible to vote. 
Nominations from the floor may be made. 

c. The presiding Bishop shall be requested to announce the Cabinet assignments 
to the various Boards and Agencies at some point during the Annual Conference. 

d. Tenure for membership for all persons on boards, agencies, divisions, commis- 
sions, and committees shall be eight years, with two exceptions: the Board of 
Laity where tenure shall be six years for members and four years for the Con- 
ference lay leader; the Board of Trustees where tenure shall be nine years. (The 
Conference lay leader may serve also the unexpired term of his predecessor.) 

5. The Conference structure shall be as determined by the charter of the Conference 
Council on Ministries. In addition there shall be a coordinator of ministerial rela- 
tions/administrative assistant to the bishop with such duties and responsibilities as 
determined by the Annual Conference or assigned by the residing bishop. 

6. The Secretary: The secretary of the Annual Conference shall be elected quadrennial- 
ly, at the first session of the Conference after the meeting of the General Conference; 
and on nominations arising from the floor. 

a. The position of Conference Secretary shall be continued on a part-time basis 
with adequate funding provided. 

b. The responsibilities of the Conference Secretary shall be defined as follows: 

1 ) To fulfill the duties and functions of the Conference Secretary as adopted 
by The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church. 

2) To edit the Conference Journal. 



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3) And such other duties as are stipulated by the Annual Conference. 

a) Provides for the Local Entertainment Committee any necessary infor- 
mation F>ertinent to Conference entertainment, and to provide the 
names and addresses of all persons (guests, delegates, and reserves) 
to be invited and entertained, including early arrivals. 

b) Provides delegate registration cards with complete information, by dis- 
tricts, 

c) Serves as a member of the Annual Conference Program Committee 
and responsible for the printing and the distribution of the Conference 
Program as planned by the Bishop and the Program Committee, also 
the Book of Recommendations, 

d) Serves as chairman of the Annual Conference Committee on Memoirs 
and is responsible for the compiling and the printing of the memoirs 
and the Memorial Service as prepared by the Bishop and the Memoirs 
Committee, 

e) Arranges with the Local Entertainment Committee plans for all special 
luncheons or banquets, 

f) Provides a packet for each delegate with necessary materials, includ- 
ing name tags, 

g) Responsible for proper preparation of ordination credentials and other 
documents, eind securing the class photos, 

h) Provides necessary office equipment and supplies during Annual Con- 
ference for the following offices: Bishop, Conference Secretary, 
Cabinet, Cabinet Secretary, Conference Statistician, Treasurer, and 
United Methodist information, 
i) Nominates secretarial staff, assigns and supervises their work, 
j) Compiles list of lay delegates and reserves for Journal, 
k) Serves as editor of Conference Journal with responsibility for printing 

and distribution, 
1) Keeps accurate alphabetical and chronological rolls of ministers, in- 
cluding career records, widows and children of ministers, 
m) Provides required statistical information for General Church Agencies, 
n) Serves as Conference archiivist and custodian of historical artifacts and 

information of antecedent conferences, 
o) Receives and retains surrendered credentials. 

c. The position of Conference Secretary shall be limited by a tenure of eight years, 
effective at the beginning of the 1 972-1 973 Conference Year. 

d. Proper provision shall be made in The United Methodist Building in Raleigh for 
the protection and the preservation of all records, historical data, etc. of the North 
Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church and (and any antecedent 
conferences) dating prior to the Gnion of 1 939 now being held by the Conference 
Secretary and the Conference Statistician. 

e. Assistant Secretaries: The Secretary shall nominate his/her assistants and the 
Conference shall elect. 

f. Conference Stenographers: The Conference Secretary shall employ the Con- 
ference stenographers. 

The Conference Statistician: 

a. The position of Conference Statistician shall be continued on a part-time basis 

with those duties stipulated by The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist 

Church, with adequate funding provided. 



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b. The position of Conference Statistician shall be limited by a tenure of eight years, 
effective at the beginning of the 1 972-1 973 Conference Year. 

8. Compensation: The Council on Finance and AdministraUon shall determine, subect 
to the approval of the Conference, the compensation given officers for their services 
and also, the method and amount for meeting expenses of said officers. The Con- 
ference treasurer shall pay these amounts. 

9. The ConfererKe Lay Leader: The Conference Lay Leader shall be elected quadren- 
nially, at the first session of the Annual Conference foUowmng General Conference on 
nomination by the Bishop and Cabinet and the Executive Committee of the Board 
of Laity. Should thie vacancy occur at any other time it would be filled by the same 
procedure. The Conference Lay Leader shall serve as the chairperson of the Board 
of Laity. 

1 0. Committees and Boards: 

a. The Conference Board of Trustees shall be required to meet at least once a year 
other than the regular meeting at the session of the Annual Conference. 

b. There shall be a Program Committee of the Conference consisting of the resi- 
dent Bishop, the Conference secretary, the host district superintendent, tine chair- 
person of Local Committee on Entertainment, the Conference lay leader, the 
Conference presidents of Uie GMM, GMW, the GMY, and \he director of the Con- 
ference Council on Ministries. They shall determine the compensation and ex- 
pense for invited speakers and this shall be paid from the Conference expense 
fund. 

c. There shall be an Entertainment Committee compxDsed of three ministers and 
three laypersons. The Committee shall be elected at the session of the Annual 
Conference after the meeting of the General Conference. The Committee shall 
receive invitations and recommend to the Annual Conference the place and 
method of entertaining the Annual Conference. A local church or other institu- 
tion may host the Annual Conference upon acceptance of the invitation of the 
Annual Conference. 

1 ) When no invitation has come from the local church or other institution, the 
Annual Conference will be held at Methodist College and North Carolina 
Wesleyan College on alternating years (held at Methodist College until Wes- 
leyan has an auditorium). 

2) The Cabinet will designate a district each year on a rotating basis as the host 
disb-ict (\*^en the Conference is held at Metiiodist College and North 
Carolina Wesleyan College) which will be responsible for ushers, flowers, and 
other related items of hospitality. 

d. There shall be a Committee on Memoirs composed of the Conference secretary, 
and the disti-ict superintendents. They are charged with the responsibility of 
providing for all details of the memorial service. The Conference secretary shall 
serve as its chairperson. 

e. There shall be a Committee on Daily AAinutes elected each year to examine the 
daily minutes of the sessions of the Conference and report daily to the Con- 
ference. 

f. There shall be a Committee on Appeals appointed quadrennially, composed of 
five members whose duties shall be to hear appeals from the decisions of the 
several Disti-ict Boards of Church Location and Buildings, or any other questions 
that may properly come tefore it. 

g. There shall be a Committee of Rules which shall provide to tine Conference a 
document of Rules of Order and Procedure and the policies and standing rules 



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and structure that the Conference from time to time shall adopt for its function- 
ing. This document shall be presented to each Annual Conference. 

h. There shall be constituted a Committee on Courtesies and Introductions annual- 
ly, at the first session of the Conference. 
11. No person may serve on more than one board of trustees of an institution to which 

trustees are elected by the Conference. 

Section V: Financial Administration 

1 . The Conference treasurer and all others receiving and disbursing funds from our 
Conference shall be required to make audited statements annually, and to print the 
same in the Journal. 

2. The Council on Finance and Administration shall present its report to the Annual 
Conference only after all other committees, commissions, boards, and agencies 
having claims on the budget have presented their report. 

3. Each district superintendent shall furnish the Conference treasurer as early as pos- 
sible following the completion of the Charge Conferences an official copy of the Out- 
reach Ministries Fair Share Apportionments and a schedule of the salaries of pastors 
as set by the Charge Conferences. The Conference treasurer shall furnish this infor- 
mation to other agencies who have need of it. The statistician shall use this report in 
compiling his report to the Annual Conference. (See also Section VII, H 2). 

Section VI: Reports, Resolutions, Motions, and Amendments to Report 

1 . All reports, recommendations, and resolutions to be included in the Book of Recom- 
mendations shall be sent to the Conference secretary, typewritten and in triplicate, 
on or before the date approved for such by the Council on Ministries and published 
in the conference calendar. 

2. Resolutions presented to the Annual Conference shall be submitted in writing to the 
Conference secretary with copies for all the lay and clergy members of the Con- 
ference. The resolution shaU be presented to the Annual Conference on one day and 
considered the next day. No resolutions shall be distributed later than the second 
night of the Conference. All resolutions shall be referred to the Conference Commit- 
tee on Resolutions and Reference. 

3. Motions presented to the Annual Conference and amendments to motions shall be 
in writing (in triplicate) and placed in the hands of the Conference secretary prior to 
or M*^en presented or immediately following. 

Section VII: Pastor's Report to the Annual Conference - Statistics 

1 . Final remittances for the current calendar year shall be made to the Conference 
Council on Finance and Administration. 

2. Each table of the report shall be filled out by individual churches. 

3. Table II shall be made out in even dollars only. 

4. Tables 1 and II shall be printed in the Conference Journal with individual church 
reports and charge totals as compiled by the Conference statistician from the pastor's 
reports. 

Section VIII: The Conference Journal 

1 . The Conference secretary shall be charged with the responsibility of editing and 
making contracts for the publication of the Conference Journal, in keeping with 
regulations of the General Conference and of the Southeastern Jurisdictional Con- 
ference. The editor shall have full authority to condense reports, memoirs, and other 
papers when necessary. 

2. One complimentary copy of the Conference Journal shall be sent to each of the fol- 
lowing: the conference claimants, lay members of the Conference boards, the educa- 
tional and church-related institutions of tine Nortii Carolina Conference, and lay 



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members of the Annual Conference. The Conference secretary shall have discretion- 
ary authority to send copies to such other institutions and agencies of the Genereil 
Church as he/she may deem advisable. Three copies shall be sent to each pastor 
without charge. All other copies shall be sold at $5.00 each. Monies accruing from 
the sale of the Journal shall be deposited with the Conference treasurer and credited 
to the Journal Account. 
3. That the Conference shall publish a one volume Journal of the Morth Carolina An- 
nual Conference each year. 

Section K: Districts 

1 . The number of districts shall be twelve. 

2. Any change in the number of districts shall be approved at one Annual Conference 
to take effect at the next Annual Conference. A majority may change the number of 
districts. 

3. A district conference may be held annually in each district. 

4. The district president, sub-district presidents, and the local church presidents of the 
United Methodist Youth Fellowship shall be delegates to the District Conference, in 
addition to those named by the 1 972 Discipline. 

5. The district lay leaders shall be elected annually by the Annual Conference on 
nomination of the district superintendent and the Conference lay leader. 

Section X: Amendments 

These rules of order and procedure may be amended by a two-thirds vote on the next 
day a proposed amendment has been presented in writing, providing that the rule govern- 
ing the manner in which the number of districts may be changed cannot be amended 
until the next Annual Conference. 

Section XI: When the Rules Become Effective 

These rules of order and procedure of the Morth Carolina Annual Conference shall be- 
come effective immediately upon passage by the vote of the majority of the Conference. 

James H. Coile, Chairperson 
L. T. Wilson, Secretary 



Conference Organization and Personnel 
Committees of the 1 988 Annual Conference 



SECTION II 







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1988 CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL 
Annual Conference Program, Committee on 

Area Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Conference Secretary L. T. Wilson 

Conference Lay Leader J. Allen Morris, Jr. 

District Superintendent Host M. Randall Baker 

Chairperson, Local Committee on Entertainment William P. Lowdermilk 

President, GAAM Ernest J. WendeU 

President, GMW Jane H. Johnson 

President, GMYF Andy Sneed 

Executive Director, Council on Ministries F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

Lay Leader, Host District J. Stanley Peel 

Administrative Assistant to the Bishop Kermit L. Braswell 

Chairperson, Board of Worship Hazel Bryant 

Conference Treasurer Herb Stout 

Assistant Treasurer-Business Manager Loretta Bishop 

President, Fello>wship of GMs in Worship,Music and Other Arts Barbara McClure 

Associate Director, Communications Wilburn L. Norton, Jr. 

Courtesies and Introduction, Committee on 
M. Randall Baker, Chairperson, William M. Presnell, Margaret R. Saunders 
District Conference Records, Committee on 

BG - Joe Lister, DG- Ronald Patton, EC - Thomas Supplee, FA - George Speake, GO - 
James Coile, GR- William Haddock, MB - Richard Stanley, RA - William Snotherly, RO- 
Bruce Taylor, RM - Edward Barber, SA - David Fischler, W! - Ben Rouse 
Investigation, Committee on 

Principals:Albert Shuler, Owen Fitzgerald, Fred Davis, J.B.Parvin, Kelly Wilson, Jr.,Travis 
Owen, Ben Rouse 

Reserves:Chiristian White, Ben Wilson III, Charles Mercer 
Memoirs, Committee on 
The Conference Secretary and the Cabinet 
Minutes, Conmiittee on 

Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Chairperson, Robert C. Flynn, Carrie W. Parrish 
Registration of Delegates, Conmiittee on 
Hazel Collier, Chairperson, Ray T. Gooch 
Resolutions and Reference, Conunittee on 
Thomas A. Collins, Chair; Clerical: James D. Bell, Paul W. Boone 
Lay: J. Allen Morris, Jr., Margaret R. Saunders, Alfonso Henry 

TELLERS 

Chief Clerical Teller Carson O. Wiggins; Chief Lay Teller Matthew E. Perry 

District Clerical Lay 

Burlington R. AAichael Sykes Fred E. Genaway 

Durham W. Rickman Pinner MarU Bennett 

Elizaljeth City Harold T. Pickett Cashar Evans 

Fayetteville Stanley C. Moore John Pat McCall 

Goldsboro Rufus E. Butner Matthew E. Perry 

Greenville Charles B. Owens Clara J. Hardee 

New Bern George A. Jones Oscar Brock 

Raleigh Michele Merchant Becky Balentine 

Rockingham Jimmy F. Cummings Flossie McMair 

Rocky Mount Richard T. Clayton Jesse W. Sumner 

Sanford L Graham Royall Bobby Wcker 

Wilmington John M. Crowe Cleo McCranie 



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1988 - 1992 QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND AGENCIES 
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS AND AGENCIES 
Appeals, Committee on 

CLERGY: 1984-Nancy R. Best; 1988-Charles C. Davis, Henry B. Grant, Jr. 
LAY: 1988-Herman N. Ward, Jr., Elowyn Wcxxls 
Conference Entertainment, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: ; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: 

SECRETARY: 

CLERGY: 1 988-William P. Lowdermilk, Diane Blanchard, Larry Robinson 

U\Y: 1988-Steven Fritz, W. Ed Hammond, Margie G. Mann 
Conference Rules, Conmuttee on 
CHAIRPERSON: ; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: 

SECRETARY: 

CLERGY: 1985-Simeon F. Cummings; 1988-Charles C. Cook; EX-OFFICIO: Conf. 
Sec, L T.Wilson 

LAY: 1984-Sam Gndenvood; 1988-T. W. King, Anna Workman, Marion S. Thomas 
Diaconal Ministry, Board of 

(1 FROM EACH DISTRICT, AT LEAST 1/3 OF WHOM ARE IM DIAGONAL MINISTRY) 

CHAIRPERSON: Carol DeU Strange; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Shirley T. Jones 

SECRETARY: Barry L. Lane; REGISTRAR: Margaret A. Biddle 

BG: 1984-Margaret A. Biddle; DG: 1986-Barry L. Lane; EC: 1988 John M. Crowe; FA: 
1 988-Michael W. Safley; GO: 1 988-Mark Gourley; GR: 1 987-Stephen W. Vaughan III; NB: 
1987-Brigitte Freeman; RA: 1 987 -Shirley T. Jones; RM: 1982-Dennis M. Goodwin; SA: 
19880o-Ann M. Oulton; Wl: 1988-Marion Cooper, Marshall R. Old; AT LARGE: 1985- 
CarolD. Strange; 1987-TerryWethington; 1 988-Betty Mangum Oxendine; EX-OFFICIO: 
Pres, CEF, Tacoma O'Connor; Pres., FOGMM, Barbara McClure; Adm.Asst.to Bishop, 
Kermit L. Braswell; Cab. Rep, A. P. Hill, Jr. 
Disability, Joint Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: P. D. Midgett III; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Michael Rees 

SECRETARY: Samuel W. Loy 

AT LARGE: 1988-SamueI W. Loy, William Musser, Michael Rees; PENSIONS 
(2):ClemenUne Graham, Wilbur Jackson; ORDAINED MINISTRY (2):GIenda Johnson, P. 
D. Midgett III; ADMIN.ASST.TO BISHOP: Kermit L. Braswell; CAB.REP.: J. Malloy Owen 
III; EX-OFFICIO: Herb Stout 
Episcopacy, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: ; VICECHAIRPERSON: 

SECRETARY: 

LAYWOMEN: 1984: Flora Cobb; 1 988-Flossie McNair, Ruth Cade; LAYMEN: 1988-J. 
D. Gwyn, Jr., David Hammond, Ernest Wendell; CLERGYPERSONS: 1988-Usa Brown, 
Albert Shuler, CamQle D. Yorkey; APPOINTED BY BISHOP: 1 9840. Thomas Smith; 1 985- 
Jack L Hunter, F. Belton Joyner, Jr.; AT LARGE: 1988-Conf.Lay Leader, Robert C. 
Frazier, Sr., Jill Thornton, Robby Lowry; JGRIS.COM.ON EPISCOPACY: J. Allen Norris, 
Jr., F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 
Equitable Salaries, Commission on 

(1 PERSON FROM EACH DISTRICT-6 LAY, 6 CLERGY, 1 EACH FROM A CHGRCH 
OF LESS THAN 200 MEMBERS) 



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CHAIRPERSON: Charles K. Morrison; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Louise Peterson 

SECRETARY: Jesse Brunson; TREASURER: Herb Stout 

BG: 1986-Alvin M. Home; DG: 1987-Bess G. Hunnings; EC: 1986-Maurice Berry; FA: 
1984-Louise Peterson; GO: 1 988-Randolph Mattocks; GR: 1986-Earl G. Dulaney; NB: 
1984-Stanley Harrell; RA: 1988 Jesse Brunson; RO: 1 984-Murphy Woods; RM: 1982- 
Charles K. Morrison; SA: 1984-Ray T. Gooch; Wi: 1988-David Ward; AT LARGE: 1984- 
Larry Robinson; 1 986-Ben C. Rouse; Duke Endowment: Albert Fisher; Missions Chair: 
; Adm.Asst.to Bishop, Kermit L. BrasweU, Cab. Rep., M. Whit Warren, 
Jr. 
Finance and Administration, Council on 

(5 CLERGY AND 6 LAY PERSONS) 

PRESIDENT: Cashaw W. Evans; VICE-PRESIDENT: Judi J. Smith 

SECRETARY: Laura J. Uttle; TREASURER: Herb Stout 

CLERGY: 1 985 Jimmy F. Cummings, Judi J. Smith, Randy L. Wall, Vernon C. Tyson; 
1988-William C. Simpson, Jr., Charles M. Smith, Robert L. Wallace 

LAvY: 1983-Everett Blake; 1984-Cashar Evans; 1985-Laura Uttle; 1986-Jean Bullock; 
1987-Bert Matthews; 1988-Karl Kendrick, Alfred Jones, Margaret Saunders, James A. 
Jones 

GCFA Rep., Kermit L. Braswell; CCOM Rep., Belton Joyner; Cab. Rep., Wallace H. 
Kirby 
Joint Review, Committee on 

CHAIRPERSON: Charles K. Moseley; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

SECRETARY: J. Edward Morrison 

2 DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS APPOINTED ANNUALLY BY THE BISHOP:Helen 
G. Crotwell, Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

2 BOARD OF ORDAINED MINISTRY MEMBERS NOMINATED BY THE CHAIRPER- 
SON AND ELECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOARD: Jack L. Hunter, Charles K. Moseley 

2 NON-CABINET, NON-BOARD MEMBERS IN FULL CON NECTION: William T. Cot- 
tingham III, J. Edward Morrison 

ALTERNATES: M. RandaU Baker, Ruth E. Harper, Mark W. Wethington 
Methodist Board of Publication, Inc. 

(9 AT I^RGE MEMBERS DIVIDED INTO 4 YEAR CLASSES FOR 5 YEAR TERMS) 

CLASS OF 1989: 1 984-Linda James; 1988-Linda Baucom 

CLASS OF 1990: 1 986-Marjorie Overman, Barbara Short 

CLASS OF 1991: 1986-Ruth Lucier; 1988-RaIph Delano 

QVASS OF 1992: 1 987-Wilhelmina McCallum; 1988-Charles C. Smith, J. Talton 
Madison, Jr. 
Ordained Ministry, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON:Woodrow W.Wells, Jr.;VlCE-CHAIRPERSON:Michele R. Merchant 

SECRETARY: Charles K. Moseley 

BU: 1984-M. Dewey Tyson, Jack L Hunter; 1986-Fred E. Roberts; DU: 1984-Albert 
F. Fisher; 1 987-Mark W. Wethington; EC: 1 986-E. M. Thompson; 1 988-Raymond K. Wit- 
tman; FA: 1987 John E. Harwood, Jr., Lawrence E. Johnson; 1988-Carrie W. Parrish; 
GO: 1984-Charles K. Moseley; 1987 John H. White; GR: 1986-Charles L. Pollock; 1988- 
Caswell E. Shaw, Jr.; NB: 1988-David A. Banks, Paul W. Boone; RA: 1984 James E. 
Creech, James C. Lee, G. Paul Phillips III; 1985-Michele R. Merchant; 1986-Glenda W. 



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Johnson; 1988-W. Joseph Mann; RO: 1984-Robert S. Pullman; 1986-S. Dufrene Cum- 
mlngs; RM: 1 984-Woodrow W. Wells, Jr.; 1987-R. Carl Frazier, Jr.; SA: 1982-T. M. Fag- 
gart; 1984-Rodney G. Hamm; Wl: 19880. Mark Kasper, P. D. Midgett III; Adm.Asst.to 
Bishop, Kermit L. Braswell; Cab. Reps., William W. Sherman, Jr., Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

LAY OBSERVERS: J. Allen Morris, Jr., Mabel Cummings, James H. Thompson, Jr., 
Roberta Scipio 
Pensions, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: J. Donald Phillips; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Terry Preiss 

SECRETARY: M. Laney Funderburk, Jr.; TREASURER: Herb Stout 

CLERGY CLASS OF 1992: 1984-Billy M. Garden, J. Donald Phillips; 1986-Wilbur I. 
Jackson 

LAY CU\SS OF 1992: 1984-Terry Preiss; 1985-C. Uoyd Qodley, Jr., Robby Lowry; 
1 986-Laney Funderburk, Jr.; 1 988-Clementine Grahem, Vevely Malloy 

CLERGY CL\SS OF 1996: 1986-Robert C. Redmond; 1 987-Shelley A. Fogleman; 
1988-LynnT.Wall 

LAY CLASS OF 1996: 1988-Thelma Cook, Nancy Banks, Nicholas Didow, Margie G. 
Mann, Ferrell Blount III, Nancy Tyndall; 

Adm.Asst.to Bishop, Kermit L. Braswell; Cab. Rep.: M. Randall Baker 
Trustees, Conference Board of 

PRESIDENT: Myron C. Banks; VICE-PRESIDENT: Jerry Lowry 

SECRETARY: Anne Ratterman 

CLASS OF 1989: 1981 -David Burns; 1984-Myron Banks, Thomas Harris, Anne Rat- 
terman 

CLASS OF 1990: 1986-William F. Braswell, William H. Gattis; 1 987-Percy Jones; 
1988-AlbertL. Cox 

CLASS OF 1 991 : 1 988-Brian G. GenUe, Jerry Lowry, Glenn E. Mason, Jack M. Hunter 

PROGRAM BOARDS AND AGENCIES 
Age Level Councils 

ADULT AND FAMILY UFE MINISTRIES 

CHAIRPERSON: George Jones 

ADULT COORDINATORS: BG: Bob Eldredge; DG: Robert Wallace; EC: Elis 
Bedsworth; FA: Ellen Bergland; GO: Jo Anne Swartz; GR: Ray Broadwell; NB: Martee 
Hedgepath; RA: Tracy Maness; RO: Gerry Davis; RM: Rick Pinner; SA: David Wade; Wl: 
Janet Leoffler; AGENCY REPS.: CHRIST.GNITY & INT.CONCERNS: CatUe Mae Hunt; 
CHGRCH & SOCIETY: W. Arthur Warren; EDGCATION: Conrad Glass; HEALTH & WEL- 
FARE: MarUyn K. Shipman; LAITY: Louise McCutcheon; MHC: ; MISSIONS: Annette Bin- 
gham; RELIGION & RACE: John C. Speight; COSROW: Nancy R. Best; GMM: ; GMW: ; 
WORSHIP: ; AT L\RGE: CCOM STAFF REP.: E. Clifford Shoaf 

CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES 

CHAIRPERSON: Elaine Ulliston 

DISTRICT COORDINATORS: BG: Denise Conner; EXJ: Marty Nason; EC: Laura Early; 
FA: Bob Bergland; GO: Richard Williams; GR: Leslie Womack; NB: Penny Dollar Farmer; 
RA: Susan Hobbs; RO: Roberta Scipio; RM: Elaine Lilliston; SA: ; Wl: Rose Conner; 



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AGENCY REPS.: CHRIST.UNrTY & INT.CONCERNS: Linda KeUy; CHURCH & SOCIETY: 
Martin Armstrong; ECXJCATION: LesUe Womack; EVANGEUSM: Linda Synder; HEATH 
& WELFARE: Roger Cope; MHC: ; MISSIONS: David Fischler; STEWARDSHIP: 

Susanna R. Helms; GMW: Glenda Snotherly; WORSHIP: Bob Bergland; AT L\RGE: Rob 
Huckaby, Barbara McClure; CCOM STAFF REP.: Pamela B. Uneberger 

YOUtiG ADULT MINISTRIES 

CHAIRPERSON: Jim BeU 

CLERGY: BG: David St. Clair; DO: Powell Osteen; EC: Leonard Fair; FA: Bob Bergland; 
GO: Joey Yow, Jr.; GR: Samuel Loy; NB: David Banks; RA: Roderic Mullen; RO: Rick 
Moser; RM: Michael Boggs; SA: Ellen Metcalf; WI: Gerald Massey; L\Y: BG: Cynthia PoweU; 
DG: Heidi Carpenter; EC: Donna Crowe; FA: Ellen Bergland; GO: Joanne Swartz; GR: 
Charles Jenkins; NB: John Benson; RA: Henry Jarrett; RO: Craig Wilkins; RM: KathyStall- 
ings; SA: Corky McAdams; WI: Becky Melvin; CAMPGS MINISTERS: William Greene, 
Carlton McKita, Sidney Stafford, Bob Haywood, David Jenkins, Paige Chargois, Manny 
Wortman, Bill Sharpe, Dan Earnhardt; CCOM STAFF REP.: Pamela B. Lineberger 

YOCJTH MINISTRIES 

CHAIRPERSON: Leslie Womack; PRESIDENT: David MiUer 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Ken Pearce; SECRETARY: Stephanie Methany 
TREASGRER: Jennifer Jones; LEGISL\TIVE AFFAIRS: Heath Gilbert 
DISTRICT YOGTH COORDINATORS: BG: Raegan May; DG: Brian Wingo; EC: John 
Crowe; FA: Charlene Pierce; GO: Sam McMillan III; GR: William Braswell; NB: Gene Tyson; 
RA: Paige Reeder; RO: James McEachin, Jr.; RM: Keith Thomason; SA: Duke Lackey; WI: 
Francis Daniel; DISTRICT YOGTH REPS.: BG: Jill Thornton; DG: Devin Day; EC: Sherri 
Lyn Koenig; FA: Joye Henderson; GO: Chris Bland; GR: Scott Ham; NB: Caroline 
Thomas; RA: Jonathan Jeffries; RO: David Dial; RM: Dianne Keen; SA: Shane Brafford; 
WI: Hekli Betz; DISTRICT YSF REPS.: BG: Ben Young; DG: Scott Comer; EC: April 
Mitchell; FA: Mary-Brett Salter; GO: John Denning; GR: Michael Bilbro; NB: Monica 
Thomason; RA: Chris Lovelace; RO: Hope McKenzie; RM: Jenny Lilliston; SA: Steve 
Powers; WI: Heather Stallings; JR. HIGH REPS.: Matt Blake, StaceySurratt, Jessi Marsden, 
Sarah Brewer; AT LARGE: Philip Chou, Wendy Howell, Tara Gulp, Jennifer Kesler, Necia 
Brayboy, Beth Freeman, Janet Edwards, Wendy Jenkins, Brian Harris, Vernicee Mitchell, 
Ann Richards, Joel Holder; CCOM STAFF REP.: Pamela B. Lineberger 
Archives and History, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Lawrence E. Lugar; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Ethel W. Twiford 
SECRETARY: Rose Unko 

BG: 1988-Elizabeth S. Bailey; DG: 1 984-Lawrence E. Lugar; EC: 1985-Ralph I. Epps, 
Sr.; FA: 1 986-Lester C. Bissette; GO: 1 985-Ethel Twiford; GR: F. Bruce Allen; NB: 1988- 
Rose Unko; RA: 1988-Thomas Byrd; RO: 1984-C. Franklin Grill, RM 1 988-Katherine 
Robinson; SA 1986-Riley Fields; WI 1986-Henry W. Lee; AT UKRGE: 1 984-C)xyvenia 
Hughley; 1985-Harry Gatton; 1987-Merle Gndenvood; 1988-Vivian Mitchell, Elowyn 
Woods, Vassar W. Jones; CCOM Staff Rep., Albert Shuler; Cab. Rep., J. Malloy Owen III 
Campus Ministry, NC State Commission on 

AT LMRGE: 1984-Brian G. Gentle; 1988-Ben T. Graveley, Hope Morgan Ward, Edith 
L Cleaves, William H. Gattis, William E. King, Grant S. Shockley; EX-OFFICIO: Higher 
Ed. Chair, James E. Vann; CCOM Exec. Dir., F. Belton Joyner, Jr.; Campus Minister Rep., 
William G. Sharpe, IV, Cab. Rep., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 



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Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Eric N. Lindblade Jr.; VICE-CHAIRPERSOM: Alfonso Henry 

SECRETARY: William A. Haddock, Jr. 

BG: 1988-Glenn B. Everett; DG: 1987-IJzzie G. Chandler; EC: 1988-Thomas L. 
Sweeley; FA: 1 988-Kay Bundy; GO: 1 988-Charles M. Hackett; GR: 1 985-Willlam A. Had- 
dock, Jr.; NB: 1987-Linda M. KeUy; RA: 1988-William A. Bingham; RO: 1984-Eric N. 
Lindblade, Jr.; RM: 1 986-Frances Jordan; SA: 1 987-Scott Washington; Wl: 1988-Kathy 
Revels; AT LARGE: 1 983 James L. Bryan; 1 984-Alfonso Henry; 1 986-Ryan Eidson; 1 988- 
Bobby C. Black, Cattie Mae Hunt; CCOM Staff Rep., F.Belton Joyner, Jr.; Cap. Rep., F. 
Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Church and Society, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Steven A. Hickle; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Leonard Fairley 

SECRETARY: Doris Brunson 

BG: 1984-Stevan A. Hickle; 1 986 Jenna Johnson; DG: 1988-R. Bruce Pate, Mary In- 
gram; EC: 1 988-Shirley Cohee, Thomas Supplee; FA: 1 988 John W. Wenberg, Jr., Beth 
Keever; GO: 1988-Edith HoUoman, S. D. McMillan III; GR: 1 988-Charles Jenkins, Martin 
R. Armstrong III; NB: 1986-Samuel H. Brown; 1 988-Larry Vickers; RA: 1985-Susan P. 
Greenwood; 1988-Henry Jarrett; RO: 1 988-Robert O. Skinner, Edith Breedin; RM: 1988- 
Mabel Mclntyre, W. Arthur Warren, Jr.; SA: 1 988- ; 1 986-Charles Oldham; Wl: 

1985-Luther M. Peele, Jr., Pat Watkins; AT L\RGE: 1985-Alice Ashton; 1988-David L. 
Harvin, Kay Cameron, Noah Woods, Doris Brunson, CCOM Staff Rep., Albert huler; Cab. 
Rep., F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Education, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Robert L. Baldridge; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: William E. Cummings 

SECRETARY: Judy J. Riddle 

BG: 1984 Jane Lee; 1987-Susan L Allred; DG: 1983 J. Edward Morrison; 1985-Marie 
Moffitt; EC: 1 988-Laura G. Early, Laura Parker; FA: 1 988-Kirk Oldham, Ellen M. Bergland; 
GO: 1985-RobertL. Baldridge; 1 987-Darron Rowers; GR: 1987-LeslieA. Womack; 1988- 
A. Ray Broadwell; NB: 1984-George A. Jones; 1988- Nancy J. Piner; RA: 1988-Edith L. 
Cleaves, J. Conrad Glass, Jr.; RO: 1984-Norma J. Thompson; 1988-William E. Cum- 
mings; RM: 1987 James D. Bell; 1988-Elaine Uliston; SA: 1988-WUIiam C. Townsend, 
James M. Myers; Wl: 1984-Charles M. Cook; 1 988-Shirley Lancaster; AT U\RGE: 1986- 
Doris Hodges; 1 988-Calvin Stokes, Denise Conner, Roberta Scipio, John M. Meares, Judy 
J. Riddle, Pres., CEF, Robert Huckaby; Pres., GMYF, David Miller; CCOM Staff Rep., E. 
Cifford Shoaf; Cab. Rep., J. Malloy Owen III 
Evangelism, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: David J. Goehring; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: David O. Malloy 

SECRETARY: Patricia Lykins 

BG: 1986-Donald Roddy; 1988 Jerry S. Dodson; DG: 1986 John W. Ruth; 1987- 
Patricia Lykins; EC: 1 987-W. Douglas Lamb; 1 988-Martha Capps; FA: 1 988-Charles Cof- 
fman, Robert C. Flynn; GO: 1984-Hazel SorreU; 1988-DannyG. Allen; GR: 1987 John 
Grier; 1 988-Wilbur C. Teachey; NB: 1 988-Kenneth W. Hall, Worley Knowles; RA: 1987- 
Douglas Bennett; 1988 J. Thomas Smith; RO: 1986-Dorothy Wilkerson; 1987-Eldrick R. 
Davis; RM: 1984 James L. Summey; 1988-Marvin F. Webb; SA: 1986-George Braddock; 
1 988-Robert F. Bundy; Wl: 1981 J. Neal Salter; 1985-David J. Goehring; AT Lj\RGE: 
1984-Linda Snyder; 1988-Randy Ledbetter, Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Lena Brooker, David 
O. Malloy, Geraldine D. Ingram; CCOM Staff Rep., Clyde H. Dunn; Cab. Rep.,Thomas A. 
Collins 



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Health and Welfare Ministries, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Anna G. Collins; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Robert H. Ray 

SECRETARY: J. Milton Hadley, Jr. 

BG: 1986-Arthur Phillips; DC: 1987-Marilyn K. Shipman; EC: 1988-Fred Brothers; FA: 
1986-Harold M. Chrismon, Sr.; GO: 1988-Lynn Walker; GR: 1988-David S. Clift; NB: 
1988-Roger D. Cope; RA: 1984-Anne CoUine; RO: 1986-Robert H. Ray; RM: 1986^. Mil- 
ton Hadley, Jr.; SA: 1 984-Travis W. Owen; Wl: 1982-Homer E. Morris; AT LARGE: 1985- 
Brenda Brown; 1986-Patrick Collier, Robert Sheets; 1988-Linda Sparks, George F. 
Blanchard, Henry Smith; MRH Rep., ; SEMAR Rep., ; CCOM 

Staff Rep.,F. Belton Joyner, Jr.; Cab. Rep.,Thomas A. Collins(MHC), William W. Sherman, 
Jr.(MRH) 
Higher Education and Campus Ministry, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: James E. Vann; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: William H. Gattis 

SECRETARY: 

BG: 1986-William H. Gattis, Donald Hayman; DC: 1984-Ross E. Townes; 1987-R. 
Homer Bass; EC: 1987-CharIes M. Utzenberger; 1 988-Ann Williams; FA: 1988-Richard 
C. Vaughan, Augusta Haines; GO: 1986-Ralph L. Fleming, Jr.; 1 988-Jimmy Williams; 
GR: 1985-Leo Jenkins; 1988-C. B. Owens; NB: 1987-Emma Harris; 1988-Edward F. HiU; 
RA: 1988-Mildred Fry, Sidney E. Stafford; RO: 1986 John T. Jones; 19880erry Lowry; 
RM: 1984-Beth Frazier; 1987-Thomas E. Loftis; SA: 1988-Neal Kightlinger, Andrew M. 
AAarshall; Wl: 19840ames E. Vann; 1986 June Knox; AT LARGE: 1983-Thomas G. Mel- 
vin; 1 988- ; 1 985-A\ichael Pasquarello; 1 988-Helen Owens, Carleton P. Mc- 

Kita, Loretta Hunt; EX-OFFICIO: COLLEGE PRESIDENTS: NC Wesleyan-Leslie H. 
Gamer, Jr.; Methodist-Elton Hendricks; LouisburgJ. Allan Norris, Jr.; Bennett-Gloria 
Scott; Greensboro-William Lykins; High PointJacob Martinson, Jr.; Duke-Keith Brodie; 
Duke Divinity-Dennis M. Campbell; NC State Comm. on Campus Min. Chair, W. Joseph 
A^ann; CCOM Staff Rep., F. Belton Joyner, Jr.; Cab. Rep., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 
Laity, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Robert C. Frazier, Sr.; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Unda E. Harris 

SECRETARY: Dotsy Reynolds 

L\Y LEADER: 1988-Robert C. Frazier, Sr.;aMM Pres., Ernest J. Wendell; GMW Pres., 
Jane H. Johnson; GMY Pres., David Miller; TWO MEN: 1 988 Joe Uton, H. Frank Brooks; 
TWO WOMEN: 1983 Jean Haislip; 1988-Marjie Stuckey; TWO YOGTH: 1988-Patrlck 
Thomas, Jill Thornton; THREE FROM GAAM:Ernest J. Wendell, James Toney, Rudy 
Hillman; THREE FROM GMW: Jane H. Johnson, Robbie Barrett, Doris Brunson; THREE 
FROM GMY: Joel Holder, Jennifer Kesley, Ann Richards; BG: Michael Parker; DG: Fred 
Rivers; EC: J. Stanley Peel; FA: Gwen Henderson; GO: Floyd Evans; GR: Richard Walker; 
NB: Si B. Seymour; RA: Thomas L. Walden; RO: Dotsy Reynolds; RM: Thomas W. Har- 
ris; SA: Lacy (Buck) Frye; Wl: Aivel Heafner; SIX AT U\RGE: 1983-Unda Harris; 1987- 
George W. Spaulding; 1 988 Jefferson Strickland, Louise McCutcheon, AT LARGE; 
Assoc. Conf. Lay Leaders, ; CCOM Staff Rep., E. Clifford Shoaf; Cab. Rep., 

James C. P. Brown 
Missions, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Elizabeth Watson; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Jesse V. Bone, Sr. 

SECRETARY: Amy P. Henderson 

BG: 1986-Virgil B. Huffman, 1987-Charles Staton; DG: 1 987-Robinette Husketh; 
1988-David E. Brownlee; EC: 1988-Rebecca Rhodes, William A. Ruth; FA: 1985-Amy 
Henderson; 1986-Bobby E. Smith; GO: 1985 J. B. Helms, Jr.; 1988-David S. Fischler; 



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GR: 1984-WiIliam E. Braswell; 1988-Elalne King; MB: 1 988-Samuel W. Dixon, Jr., Susan 
Redfearn; RA: 1987-WiUiam W. Snotherly, Jr.; 1988-Annette Bingham; RO: 1986-Bren- 
da Connelly; 1988 John S. Paschal; RM: 1 984-Elizabeth Watson; 1988-George W. 
Johnson; SA: 1984-Tommy G. Privette, Earl Ballinger; Wi: 1 988-Margaret Hicks, Jesse 
V. Bone, Sr.; AT LARGE: 1984-Ted V. Carter, James H. Miller, Patterson Locklear; 1988- 
Glenda Norton, David Miller, Susan H. Cafferty; CCOM Staff Rep., Clyde H. Dunn; Cab. 
Rep., Helen G. CrotweU 
NC Council of Churches House of Delegates 

1984-Ruth E. Harper, Alfonso Henry; 1987-Al Wellons; 1988-Eleanor O'Keef, John 
H. Crum, W. Joseph Mann, William A. Haddock, Jr., Randy C. Blanchard, June Bess S. 
Dufrene Cummings; AT l^RGE: CGIC Chair, Eric Lindblade; Resident Bishop, C. P. Min- 
nick, Jr.; CCOM Exec. Dir., F. Belton Joyner, Jr.; Four from CGIC, William Bingham, Scott 
Washington, Charles Hackett, Kay Bundy 
Outdoor and Camping Ministries, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: H. Gray Southern; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Catherine Thompson 

SECRETARY: Tim Brayboy 

BG: 1985-William A. Boykin; DG: 1988 James C. Reed; EC: 1 984-Catherine 
Thompson; FA: 1988-Ralph Plummer; GO: 1987-William T. Cottingham III; GR: 1984- 
JamesW. Hicks; NB: 1988-RogerV. Elliott; RA: 1984-BethM. Norris; RO: 1988 James 
H. Harris, Jr.; RM: 1987 Jane Finch; SA: 1988John C. Nantz; WI: 1984-E. C. Lancaster; 
AT LARGE: 1984-H. Gray Southern, David Edwards, Timothy Harper, Jerry J. Juren; 
1986-Tim Brayboy; 1988-Glenn E. Mason, Shane Totten, Devair Vlckery; TWO FROM 
BRD. OF ED.: Robert Baldridge, J. Edward Morrison; TWO FROM EACH LOCAL COM- 
MITTEE: Ed Davis, Donna Benton, AAike Sykes, John Bergland, Beckie Stewart, Allen 
Wentz, Phil Hayes; EX-OFFICIO: John Farmer, Janet Thomas, Bob Pryor; CCOM Staff 
Rep., J. Paul Phillips III; Cab. Rep., William W. Sherman, Jr. 
Religion and Race, Conunission on 

CHAIRPERSON: H. Warren Casiday; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: James E.Malloy, Jr. 

SECRETARY: Tryon D. Lowry 

BG: 1 984-H. Warren Casiday; LXJ: 1 988-Harriet Wright; EC: 1 988-William E. Clements; 
FA: 1988-Ruth E. Harper; GO: 1986-Randy C. Blanchard; GR: 1986 John C. Speight; 
NB: 1986-Celeste DuGay; RA: 1988-WiIliam M. Jeffries, Sr.; RO: 1984 James E. AAalloy, 
Jr.; RM: 1988-PhyUis Horton; SA: 1987-Zona Walker; WI: 1 986-Governor Locklear; AT 
l^RGE: 1984-DorisBluitt; 1986-BettyCompton; 1987-KayGresham; 1988-Vickie Jones, 
Martel Scott, Jeffrey L. Roberts, Jerry Moore, Alicia Butler, Tryon D. Lowry, Larry Robin- 
son, Annie Fairley, Jinho Kim; CCOM Staff Rep., Albert Shuler; Cab. Rep., Helen G. Crot- 
weU 
The Status and Role of Women, Commission on 

CHAIRPERSON: Bernice Johnson; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: RachaelT. Moser 

SECRETARY: Penny Dollar Farmer 

BG: 1988-Myra S. Jackson; DG: 1988-Nancy R. Best; EC: 1988-lris Hand; FA: 1987- 
Bernice Johnson; GO: 1986-Diane Blanchard; GR: 1 988-Emily Barwick; NB: 1988-Penny 
Dollar Farmer; RA: 1984-Doris Davis; RO: 1986 James McEachin; RM: 1988-Deanie 
Bowers; SA: 1 988-Tommy Vaughan; WI: 1988-Ray Walton; AT L\RGE: 1983-CharIes 
Woodall; 1985 John Brooks; 1987-M. A. Clive; 1988-Rufus Butner III, Rene Bideaux, 
Rachel T. Moser, Billie Poole, Lehman Johnson, Christy Wood; CCOM Staff Rep., Albert 
Shuler; Cab. Rep., A. P. Hill, Jr. 



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Stewardship, Boaord of 

CHAIRPERSON: Hugh H. Cameron; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Robert A. Fairley 

SECRETARY: Becky Brown 

BG: 1987-Sandy Scarlett; 1988-Waiiam W. Newman; DC: 1988-M. O Bruechner 
Richard Hawkins; EC: 1 984-Robert M. Poulk; 1988-Norman Pendleton- FA- 1984-Huqh 
H. Cameron; 1 985-Thomas N. White; GO: 1 986-Mary Sue Thompson; 1 988-Francis C 
Bradshaw; GR: 1 984-lrving E. Cook; 1 988-Paul Porterfield; NB: 1 988-Carson O Wiggins 
Arthur Loose; RA: 1 985-Milton H. Gilbert, Becky Brown; RO: 1 988-Milton T Mann Louis^ 
CottreU; RM: 1982-Edith Barrow; 1 988-Richard T. Clayton; SA: 1987-Miriam L RusseU 
Roger Binnig; Wl: 1984-Lena Mintz; 1988-W. Edward Barber; AT LARGE: 1984-Suzan- 
na R. Helms; 1987-Richard Driggers; 1 988-Robert A. Fairley, Roberta Brown Simeon F 
Cummings, Dorothy Goodson; CCOM Staff Rep., Wilburn L. Norton, Jr.; Cab Rep M 
Whit Warren, Jr. 
Worship, Board of 

CHAIRPERSON: Robert E. Bergland; VICE-CHAIRPERSON: Carol W. Goehring 

SECRETARY: George Speake 

BG: 1985-RobertW. Morgan; DC: 1 988 Julia Webb-Bowden; EC: 1 988-Lawrence C. 
Higgins; FA: 1985-George D. Speake; GO: 1985-Alan P. Swartz; GR: 1 988-Sherwood A. 
Godwin; NB: 1983-Don Lee Harris; RA: 1988 Jonathan E. Strother; RO: 1987-Gerry G. 
Davis; RM: 1 987-Lisa Brown; SA: 1 984 Joseph Forbes; Wl: 1 988-Carol W. Goehring; AT 
LARGE: 1 984-Robert E. Bergland; 1 987-Robert Owens; 1 988-Gloria McKenzie, Wiliam 
J. Weisser, Harold D. Jacobs, Barbara McClure; CCOM Staff Rep., G. Paul PhiUips III- Cab 
Rep., G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

1988-1989 CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES, 
MEMBERSHIP OF 
VOTING MEMBERS: 

1. RESIDEMT BISHOP: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

\ Sy.Sy^STHtR'SI'^'^T SUPERINTENDENT: F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr. 

\ ^,5^^B'^T^R SCJPERINTENDENT: Wallace H. Kirby ^ 

4- |LIMBETH CITY D^TRICT SUPERINTENDENT M. Randall Baker 

\ ^^X^r^lX'i^^nPi^-l'^'^T SUPERINTENDENT Helen G. Crotwell 

7 ^Di-Prfv^'R9i^X?JSJoSaPERINTENDENT J. Malloy Owen III 

Z- S^v^F^^ryr^DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT A. P. Hill/Jr. 

o SF.^,?.^L?^,9tSJ'^"^T SUPERINTENDENT M. Whit Warren, Jr. 

?n '^l^^rPJfL'^^J-.^P^'^'^TENDENT TTiomas A. Collins 

]?• §R^^"S]1A^-P,L^J5'^T SUPERINTENDENT William W. Sherman, Jr. 

\\ ^^^^^-r^}^^^^^'^ SUPERINTENDENT G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

}i x^r'^S^^^Rl^X'^'^T SUPERINTENDENT James C. P. Brown 

Va )^^J?SJr9AQ:'fJS'^''" superintendent Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. 

\i- ^9^^^^^'^^ SECRETARY: L T Wilson 

|5- YOUTH REPRESENTATIVE: David Miller 

16. YOUTH REPRESENTATIVE: Ken Pearce 

ifl f.N^i^v^iilJvyi^'XfJi'^^THODIST WOMEN: Jane H. Johnson 

Iq n^MlPnKS??iSJ WOMEN REPRESENTATIVE: Jimmie Shuler 

i^- S9ii':l?^'^<^E LAY LEADER: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

i?- f.Sf?i?.^IJJvy!X''^^D METHODIST MEN: Ernest J. Wendell 

io- v^TN^^rSI^nPrPJ^I.'^E'^ REPRESENTATIVE: RudyC. Hillman 

22. YOUNG ADULT REPRESENTATIVE: 

23. YOUNG ADULT REPRESENTATIVE: 

li ^C^f.'^i'X'STRIES REPRESENTATIVE: William G. Sharpe IV 

i^- ^E'^S?6kC2^1?."-0^f MINISTRIES REPRESENTATIVE: feginald W. Ponder 

of- ^ti^^Si^H' CHURCH AND SOCIETr': Steven A. Hickle ^ 

ifl ^d^ KSISfSH- DIAGONAL MINISTRY: Carol Dell Strange 

iS- SH^ ^PERSON, EDUCATION: Robert L Baldridge 

^- rS^^Ci^!^' ^P.^kTA^E^CE summer school W. E. Hammond 

^-l- ^S^ 5SIS§2"' EVANGELISM: David J. Goehring 

li rd^ ddI^K' t!&?ltJS^'^D WELFARE MINISTRIES: Anna G. Collins 

S- ^d^ oCi^S' V'^^^^ EDUCATION & CAMPUS MINISTRIES: James E. Vann 

34. CHAIRPERSON, LAIT/: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 



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35. CHAIRPERSON, MISSIONS: Elizabeth Watson 

36. CHAIRPERSON, ORDAINED MINISTRY: Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 

37. CHAIRPERSON, OCJTDOOR AND CAMPING MINISTRIES: H. Gray Southern 

38. CHAIRPERSON, PENSIONS: J. Donald Phillips 

39. CHAIRPERSON, STEWARDSHIP: Hugh H. Cameron 

40. CHAIRPERSON, WORSHIP: Robert E. Bergland 

41. CHAIRPERSON, ARCHIVES AND HISTORY: Lawrence E. Lugar 

42. CHAIR, CHRISTIAN UNITY & INTERRELIGIOCJS CONCERNS: Eric Undblade 

43. CHAIRPERSON, EQCJITABLE SALARIES: Charles K. Morrison 

44. CHAIRPERSON, RELIGION AND RACE: Warren Casiday 

45. CHAIRPERSON, COSROW: Bernice Johnson 

46. CHAIRPERSON, BUDGET COMMITTEE: 

47. CHAIRPERSON, COMMUNICATIONS: 

48. CHAIRPERSON, PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 

49. CHAIRPERSON, CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES: 

50. CHAIRPERSON, YOUTH MINISTRIES: 

51. CHAIRPERSON, ADULT/FAMILY LIFE: 

52. CHAIRPERSON, YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES: 

53. BURLINGTON L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Anna Gail Worknnan 

54. DURHAM LM REPRESENTATIVE: Georg_e W. Newton 

55. ELIZABETH CITY U\\ REPRESENTATIVE: Beverly Snnall 

56. FAYETTEVILLE L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Tryon Lancaster 

57. GOLDSBORO L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Margaret Boyd 

58. GREENVILLE LAY REPRESENTATIVE: Clara Jane Hardee 

59. NEW BERN L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Rhyne Garriss 

60. RALEIGH LAY REPRESENTATIVE: Alice Bigham 

61. ROCKINGHAM L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Dotsy J. Reynolds 

62. ROCKY MOUNT LAY REPRESENTATIVE: Jane W. Jernigan 

63. SANFORD L^Y REPRESENTATIVE: Elizabeth William 

64. WILMINGTON LAY REPRESENTATIVE: Earle Merrill 

65. CHAIRPERSON, BURLINGTON DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Edward M. Gunter 

66. CHAIRPERSON, DURHAM DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Bob Shields 

67. CHAIRPERSON, ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: E. M. Thompson 

68. CHAIRPERSON, FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Kay Bundy 

68. CHAIRPERSON, GOLDSBORO DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Alan Swartz 

69. CHAIRPERSON, GRDISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Cashwell E. Shaw, Jr. 

70. CHAIRPERSON, NEW BERN DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Roger Elliott 

71. CHAIRPERSON, RALEIGH DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: BethPNorris 

72. CHAIRPERSON, ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Jerry Lowry 

73. CHAIRPERSON, ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Dennis Goodwin 

74. CHAIRPERSON, SANFORD DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Tommy G. Privette 

75. CHAIRPERSON, WILMINGTON DISTRICT COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Charles M. Cook 

76. CHAIRPERSON, TASK FORCE, HUNGER/HUMAN NEED: Robert L Mangum 

77. AT L\RGE MEMBER: Shirley T. Jones 

78. AT L\RGE MEMBER: Georgia B. Wertman 

79. AT LARGE MEMBER: Jane%mith 

80. AT L^RGE MEMBER: Margaret Minor 
NONVOTING MEMBERS: 

1. EXEC. DIR., CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

2. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES AND WORSHIP: G. Paul Phillips III 

3. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., LAY MINISTRIES: E. Clifford Shoaf 

4. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., COMMUNICATIONS AND STEWARDSHIP: Wilburn L Norton, Jr. 

5. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., ETHNIC MINORITY LOCAL CHURCH CONCERNS: Albert Shuler 

6. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS: Clyde H. Dunn 

7. CCOM ASSOC. DIR., CHILDREN, YOUTH, YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES: Pamela B. Uneberger 

8. CONFERENCE TREASURER: Herb Stout 

9. PRESIDENT, COUNCIL ON FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: Cashar W. Evans 

10. CONFERENCE MISSIONARY SECRETARY: 

11. EXEC. DIR., METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN: Rufus H. Stark II 

12. EXEC. DIR., METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC.: L Amos Tinnell 

13. DEAN, DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL Dennis M. Campbell 

14. DIR., RURAL CHURCH DIV^ THE DUKE ENDOWMENT: Albert F. Fisher 

15. PRESIDENT, DUKE UNIVEI^ISTY: H. Keith H. Brodie 

16. PRESIDENT, LOUISBURG COLLEGE: J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

17. PRESIDENT, METHODIST COLLEGE: M. Elton Hendricks 

18. ACTING PRESIDENT, NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN COLLEGE: Leslie H. Garner, Jr. 

19. EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT: METHODIST FOUNDATION, INC.: Douglas L Byrd 

20. ASSISTANT TO THE CABINET: Simeon F. Cumminqs 

21. ADMIN.ASST.TO BISHOP AND MINISTERIAL REL^TIONS DIR.: Kermit L Braswell 

22. EDITOR, CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE: C. A. Simonton, Jr. 

23. SEJ COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES. Reginald W. Ponder 

24. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD. OF CHUI^IH & SOCIETY: Mary B. Carroll 

25. MEMBER OF GBGM: Margaret Saunders 

26. MEMBER OF GBGM: Jimmie B. Shuler 

27. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD. OF DISCIPLESHIP: Ernest J. Wendell 

28. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD. OF DISCIPLESHIP: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 



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29. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD. OF HIGHER ED. & MINISTRY: J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

30. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD. OF STATUS & ROLE OF WOMEN: Ryan Eidson 

31. MEMBER OF GEN. COCNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Reginald Ponder 

32. MEMBER OF GEN. COMMISSION ON RELIGION & RACE: Ruth E. Harper 

33. MEMBER OF GEN. BRD . OF P UBLICATIONS: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

CHAIRPERSON, CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

VICE-CHAIRPEfeON, CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

SECRETARY, CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Jane H. Johnson 

RESIDENT BISHOP: C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

EXEC. DIR„ CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

ONE DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT APPOINTED BY BISHOP: G. Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

MEMBER OF GENERAL COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: Robby Lowry 

CONFERENCE l^Y LEADER: Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 

PRESIDENT, UNITED METHODIST MEN: Ernest J. Wendell 

PRESIDENT, UNITED METHODIST WOMEN: Jane H. Johnson 

PRESIDENT, UNITED METHODIST YOUTH: David Miller 

CHAIRPERSON, BUDGET COMMITTEE: 

CHAIRPERSON, PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 

AT LARGE MEMBER APPOINTED BY BISHOP: 

AT LARGE MEMBER APPOINTED BY BISHOP: 

1988-1989 CHURCH LOCATION AND BUILDING, 
DISTRICT BOARDS OF 
Burlington District 

CLERGY: P. Owen Fitzgerald, WUUam L. Wolfe, G. Uoyd Edge, MarshaU R. Old 

LAY: Ms. Frances Byrd, 504 Dogwcxxl La., Graham 27253 

T. F. Bennett, 2216 Canterbury Rd., Burlington 27215 

Marshal Gates, P O Box 785, Hillsborough 27278 
Durham District 

CLERGY: Wallace H. Kirby, R. Bruce Pate, James R. Huskins 

LAY: Felix Markham IV, 3504 Eastis Dr., Durham 27705 

Dennis B. Nicholson, Jr., 1614 Hollywood Dr., Durham 27701 

James A. Ward, Rt. 8, Box 281 , Durham 27704 
Elizabeth City District 

CLERGY: M. Randall Baker, J. Donald Phillips, Ralph M. Epps, A. D. Byrd, Jr. 

LAY: Noel N. Coltrane, Jr., 318 S. Hughes Blvd, Elizabeth City 27909 

Clay B. Foreman, Jr., 1808 Rivershore Rd., Elizabeth City 27909 

J. Stanley Peel, P O Box 1368, Elizabeth City 27909 

Herscal Williams, 605 McPherson St., Elizabeth City 27909 
Fayetteville District 

CLERGY: Helen G. CrotweU, Charles E. Sparks, John K. Bergland, Jack M. Hunter, R. 
Dennis Ricks, Jr. 

LAY: Donald MeMn, 1337 Cedar Creek Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

T. C. Pritchett, 4703 Rose Hill Rd., Fayetteville 28301 

Mrs. Inez Hatcher, Box 53644, Fayetteville 28305 

Ms. PorUa Bluitt, 1627 Boros Dr., Fayetteville 28301 

W. E. Grigg, Jr., 605 Sunset Ave., Fayetteville 28305 
Goldsboro District 

CLERGY: J. Malloy Owen III, Alan P. Swartz, Rufus E. Butner III, Charles H. Hutchin- 
son 

LNi: AArs. Roger Searles, 1209 North Dr., Goldsboro 27530 



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William L Stout, 1010 S. Taylor St., Goldsboro 27530 
Greenville District 

Clergy: A. P. Hill, Jr. , James W. Hicks, Jr. , Willialm E. BrasweU, Charles B. Owens, Ralph 
A. Brown 

LAY: J. Charles Whiteford, 1 736 Beaumont Rd., GreenviUe 27834 

Leroy Whitfield, P O Box 86, Hookerton 28538 

Whitman C. Brown, 8 Baywood Dr., Winterville 28590 
New Bern District 

CLERGY: M. W. Warren, Jr., Roger D. Cope, John R. Woodard, Jr., Clyde B. Cheezem 

L\Y: William B. Chalk, 2800 Evans St., Morehead City 28557 

Robert H. Stephens, 502 Pollock St., New Bern 28560 

Paul W. Crayton, Jr., P O Box 2546, Mew Bern 28560 
Raleigli District 

CLERGY; Thomas A. Collins, Douglas Jessee, Mark Kennedy, Stephen C. Compton, 
Hope Morgan Ward 

L\Y: Moah W. Sites, Jr., 3320 Turnbridge Dr., Raleigh 27609 

L. W. Aurand, Dept. of Food Serv., MCSG, Raleigh 27650 

W. W. Austin, 3221 Birnamwood Rd., Raleigh 27607 

Mrs. Pat Wiles, P O Box 18426, Raleigh 27612 
Rocldngham District 

CLERGY: William W. Sherman, Jr., Robert L. Mangum, L. T. Wilson 

U^Y: J. Nelson Gibson, P O Box 66, Gibson 28343 

Charles L. Jordan, Rt. 6, Lakewood Hills, Laurinburg 28352 

Gurney L. Kindley, P O Box 280, Rockingham 28379 

George Spaulding, Rt. 1 , Box 359, Rowland 28383 
Rocky Mount District 

CLERGY: G. Robert McKenzie, Dennis M. Goodwin, James L. Summey, A. Gene Cobb 

LAY: C. C. Davis, 91 1 Madison St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Everett Blake, Jr., 2208 Sulgrave, Wilson 27893 

Dan Vaughan, 1 1 9 Wayne St., Rocky Mount 27801 
Sanford District 

CLERGY: James C. P. Brown, W. E. Tisdale, Angus M. Cameron, Susan H. Cafferty 

L\Y: Dewey Mims, Box 476, Southern Pines 28387 

L. Glenn Fogleman, Box 1036, Aberdeen 28315 

John D. Dixon, Jr., 418 Arlington Cir., Sanford 27330 
Wilmington District 

CLERGY: S. D. McMiUan, Jr., G. R. Massey, L. M. Peele, Jr., Gladys R. Williford, Jesse 
V. Bone, Sr. 

U\Y: Frank I. Ballard, Box 3667, Wilmington 28406 

A. E. Heafner, 1701 Lincoln Rd., Wilmington 28403 

Harris Ligon, 216 Princess St., Wilmington 28401 

Hershel Rogers, 120 Beagle Tr., Wilmington 28403 



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1988-1989 ORDAINED MINISTRY, 
DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON 
Burlington District 

F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jack L. Hunter, Herman N. Ward, WUliam H. Gattis, Fred E. 
Roberts, Alvin M. Home, Susan L. Allred 

LAY OBSERVERS: Sam Holton, Peggy Jenkins 
Durham District 

Wallace H. Kirby, Brian G. Gentle, Kelly J. Wilson III, J. Claude ChafRn, Mark W. 
Wethington, Gayla G. Estes, E. Powell Osteen, Jr. 

L\Y OBSERVERS: Ernest J. WendeU, Robinette Husketh 
Elizabeth City District 

M. Randall Baker, E. M. Thompson, Jr., Charles E. McKenzie, Raymond K. Wittman, 
William M. Presnell 

L\Y OBSERVER: Margaret Saunders 
FayetteviUe District 

Helen G. Crotwell, William P. Lowdermilk, Michael L. Hale, Charles E. Sparks, Carrie 
W. Parrish, George D. Speake, John E. Harwood, Jr., Lawrence E. Johnson 
Goldsboro District 

J. Malloy Owen III, Robert L Baldridge, Judi J. Smith, John H. White, Alan P. Swartz, 
Charles K. Moseley 
Greenville District 

A. P. Hill, Jr., CasweU E. Shaw, Billy M. Garden, Charles L. Pollock, W. E. BrasweU, H. 
S. Huggins III 
New Bern District 

M. W. Warren, Jr., Roger V. Elliott, J. Sidney Epperson, Lynn T. Wall, Paul W. Boone, 
David A. Banks, M. Eugene Tyson 

LAY OBSERVERS: Riley T. Hamilton, Edna Parker 
Raleigh District 

Thomas A. Collins, Stephen C. Compton, Jack M. Benfield, James C. Lee, BiUy F. 
Seate, Glenda N. Johnson, W. Allen Wentz, Jr., AAilton H. Gilbert 

LAY OBSERVERS: J. Allen Morris, Beck Balentine, Dorothy Goodson 
Rockingham District 

William W. Sherman, Jr., S. Dufrene Cummings, Robert S. Pullman, Simeon F. Cum- 
mings, W. E. Cummings, Thomas G. Holtsclaw, Milton T. Mann, Rachel T. Moser, Richard 
A. Stanley, Jr., John S. Paschal, Ben H. Wilson III 

LAY OBSERVERS: George E. Crump III, Norma J. Thompson 
Rocky Mount District 

G. Robert McKenzie, Thomas E. Loftis, George W. Johnson, H. Langill Watson, R. CArl 
Frazier, Jr., Richard T. Clayton, James L. Reavis, Jr., Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 
Sanford District 

James C. P. Brown, Rodney G. Hamm, Jo-Ann M. Oulton, T. M. Faggart, Travis W. 
Owen, David C. Wade, Robert F. Bundy, Leonard E. Fairley, Ray T. Gooch 
Wilmington District 

S. D. McMillan, Jr., H. Fred Davis, P. D. Midgett III, Carol W. Goehring, M. Francis 
Daniel, J. Mark Kasper, Ecwood C. Lancaster, Wilbur I. Jackson, Jesse V. Bone, Sr. 

LAY OBSERVERS: Marion Martin, Mary Lee Stewart 



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LAY MEMBERS - 1988 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

BELLEMONT: Mrs. Joyce Collins, Rt. 6, Box 23, Burlington 27 215 

Mrs. Esther Fogleman, Rt. 6, Box 28A, Burlington 27215 
BETHEL: Bonnie Mauro, Rt. 1, Box 151, Graham 27253 
BURLINGTON : 

DAVIS STREET: Kenneth Tisdale, 2820 Amherst Ave., Burlington 27215 

Buel Garden, 2725 Amberst Ave., Burlington 27215 
EMMANUEL: Mrs. Mae Tomlinson, 311 Collinwood Dr., Burlington 27215 

Mrs. Dot Johnston, 311 Collinwood Dr., Burlington 27215 
FAITH: William H. Musser, 502 Westbrook Ave., Elon College 27244 
FRONT STREET: George H. Glass, Jr. , 3117 Amherst Ave. , Burlington 2721! 

Fred Genaway, 2508 Parrish St., Burlington 27215 
GRACE: Elmo McCorkle, 1307 N. Sellers Mills Rd. , Burlington 27215 

Sandra Chrismon, 1006 Garfield, Burlington 27215 
ST. PAUL'S: Harriet Wilson, 111 Maple Ave., Apt. 404, Burlington 27215 
WEST BURLINGTON: Stanley Hunley, 1010 Hanford Rd. , Graham 27253 
Zenna Rae Hunley, Graham 27253 
BURLINGTON CIRCUIT: Mrs. Agnes Blanchard, Rt. 2, Box 388, Burlington 27211 
CARRBORO: Richard N. Edwards, Carolina Meadows 2-105, Chapel Hill 27514 

John Boone, 301 Lindsay St., Carrboro 27510 
CEDAR GROVE: Joe Compton, Rt. 1, Cedar Grove 27231 
CHAPEL HILL: 

ALDERSGATE: Erma Kirkpatrick, 503 Whitehead Cir. , Chapel Hill 27214 
AMITY: Peggy Loddengaard, Rt. 3, Box 597, Hillsborough 27278 
ORANGE: Mrs. Pat Peck, 102 Foxridge Ct. , Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Julia Blackwood, 6823 Mill House Rd. , Chapel Hill 27514 
UNIVERSITY: Mrs. Mary Peacock, 645 Rock Creek Rd. , Chapel Hill 2514 
Dr. Sam Holton, 411 Holly La., Chapel Hill 27514 
CHESTNUT RIDGE: Edna Dawkins, Rt. 1, Box lOSF, Efland 27243 
COBB CIRCUIT: Thelma Hicks, Rt. 1, Reidsville 27320 

Myrtle Smith, Rt. 1, Yanceyville 27379 
CONCORD: Beulah Guthrie, Rt. 1, Snow Camp 27449 
EFLAND: Mildred Graham, Rt. 1, Efland 27243 

Betty Brown, Box 4, Efland 27243 
ENO-PALMERS GROVE: Robert Troxler, Rt. 2, Box 8, Elon College 27244 
FAIRVIEW: Rachel Troxler, Rt. 2, Box 10, Elon College 27244 

Mary Tickle, Rt. 10, Box 491, Burlington 27215 
FRIENDSHIP: Bruce Isley, Rt. 6, Box 141, Burlington 27215 

Vernon Pickard, Rt. 6, Box 80, Burlington 27215 
GRAHAM: CHRIST-CEDAR CLIFF: Bob Hurley, Rt. 1, Graham 27253 

FIRST: Charles Staton, 203 Jefferson Dr., Graham 27253 
Gene Moon, 607 Johnson Ave. , Graham 27253 
HAW RIVER: Thurman Jones, Rt. 2, Box 186, Haw River 27258 

John Bason, P O Box 312, Haw River 27258 
HEBRON: John Whited, Rt. 3, Box 4 54, Mebane 273 02 
Faye Whited, Rt. 3, Box 454, Mebane 27302 
HIGHTOWER: Alvis Briggs, Box 703, Yanceyville 27379 
HILLSBOROUGH: Marshal Gates, P O Box 785, Hillsborough 27278 

Wesley Scarlett, 107 S. Hasell St., Hillsborough 27278 
LEASBURG: Mrs. Bette Collier, P O Box 98, Leasburg 27291 
LEBANON-CARR: Bobby Rice, Rt. 5, Box 165, Mebane 27302 

Mrs. Nancy Foushee, Rt. 9, Box 221, Burlington 27215 
MEMANE: L. H. Johnson, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 2212, Mebane 27302 

Jack Self, 103 White St., Mebane 27302 
MILTON: Mrs. Judy Blackard, Rt. 1, Box 17B, Semora 27343 
MT. HERMON: Edna Holt, Rt. 4, Box 219, Graham 272 53 

Hilda Mauney, 703 W. Harden St., Graham 27253 
NEW HOPE-PURLEY: Jean Vernon, Rt. 1, Box 138, Milton 27305 
NEW SHARON: Dupree Smith, Rt. 4, Box 734, Hillsborough 27278 
PHILLIPS CHAPEL: Peggy A. Gossage, Rt. 2, Box 643, Graham 27253 
PROSPECT: R. Lee Farmer, Drawer B, Yanceyville 27379 
ROCK CREEK: Sarah McPherson 

ST. LUKE'S: Paul Nance, Rt. 4, Box 370G, Burlington 27215 
SALEM: Ila Franklin, Rt. 1, Box 473, Haw River 27258 
SAXAPAHAW: Ben Bulla, P O Box 35, Saxapahaw 27340 
SHILOH: Billy Bouldin, 1818 Hawthorne La., Burlington 27215 
SWEPSONVILLE: Charlie Allen, Rt. 3, Box 408, Graham 27253 

Mrs, Charlie Allen, Rt. 3, Box 408, Graham 27253 
UNION GROVE: Lorraine Tuck, Rt. 3, Box 489, Hillsborough 27278 
WALNUT GROVE: Elma Hawkins, Rt. 1, Box 62, Hurdle Mills 
WEST ORANGE: Blanch Strowd, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill 27514 



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YANCEYVILLE: David Lucas, P O Box 500, Yanceyville 27379 

DURHAM DISTRICT 

ALLENSVILLE-TRINITY: Bonnie Montague, Rt. 2, Roxboro 27573 

Hazel Montague, Rt. 1, Box 258, Oxford 27565 
ANDREWS: Mrs. Mary Holben, 5103 Lazywood La., Durham 27712 
BAHAMA-MT. BETHEL: Sandra Hill, 3638 Crystal Ct. , Durham 27705 
BANKS-GROVE HILL: Edith Murphy, Rt. 1, Box 140, Franklinton 27525 
BROOKLAND: Randy Hawkins, Rt. 1, Timberlake 27583 
BROOKSDALE: W. H. Green, 927 Durham Rd. , Roxboro 27573 
BUTNER: COMMUNITY: Paula Pittard, Box 665, Butner 27509 
CONCORD: Samuel Garnett Carr, Rt. 1, Box 63, Roxboro 27573 
CREEDMOOR: Lucille Roberts, Rt. 2, Box 113, Creedmoor 27522 
DURHAM: 

ALDERSGATE: Marilyn Shipman, 814 Bent Creek Rd. , Bahama 27503 

Becky Roberts, 2 Hounds Ears Rd., Hillsborough 27278 
ASBURY: Jimmy Herrington, 4614 Pinedale Dr., Durham 27705 

Arnetta Herrington, 4614 Pinedale Dr., Durham 27705 
ASBURY TEMPLE: Harriet Wright 
BETHANY: Pat Crabtree, 2719 Duke Homestead Rd. , Durham 27705 

Minnie Chandler, 2811 Fairlawn Rd. , Durham 27705 
BETHESDA: Judith Patton, 2405 Rolling Pines, Durham 27703 
BRANSON: Gerald Sayre, 208 Southerland Rd., Durham 27703 
CALVARY: Kathryn Freeman, 1605 Greenleaf St., Durham 27701 

Minnie Scott, 1303 North St., Durham 27701 
CARR: Judy Smith, 2204 Duke Ranch Rd. , Durham 27704 
Adolphus Green, 1126 Landon St., Durham 27703 
DUKE MEMORIAL: Kay Hammond, P O Box 3054, Durham 27705 

Ran Few, 202 Selkirk PI., Durham 27707 
DUKE'S CHAPEL: Manly Whitfield, 3323 Thompson Rd. , Durham 27704 

Ryan Thompson, Rt. 5, Box 106B, Durham 27704 
EPWORTH: George Merryman, 4310 Malvern Rd. , Durham 27707 

Alice Mumford, 2515 Alpine Rd. , Durham 27705 
GLENDALE HEIGHTS: Joe Goehring, 2317 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

Juanita Birmingham, 1701 Glasgow St. , Durham 27705 
LAKEWOOD: E. C. Ballard, 3802 Wilson Rd. , Durham 27707 
McMANNEN: Marti Bennett, 2006 Dartmouth Dr., Durham 27705 

Joan Sykes, 2409 Sparger Rd. , Durham 27705 
PARKWOOD: Frank Berkes, 5314 Revere Rd. , Durham 27713 

Bill Kearney, 6401 Huntingridge Rd. , Chapel Hill 27514 
PLEASANT GREEN: Ruby Martin, Rt. 1, Box 416, Hillsborough 27278 
RESSURECTION: Linda Hollowell, 3090 E. Colony Rd. , Durham 27705 
ST. PAUL: Shelton Mclntire, 106 W. Delafield Ave., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Shelton Mclntire, 106 W. Delafield Ave., Durham 27704 
TRINITY: George Newton, 1306 Alabama Ave., Durham 27705 

Ruth Jane Roycroft, 3000 Buckingham Rd., Durham 27707 
WELLON'S VILLAGE: Bill Kerr, 1305 Holloway St., Durham 27703 
ELLIS CHAPEL: Virginia Turman, Rt. 1, Box 189, Bahama 27503 
FLETCHER'S CHAPEL: Jim Carpenter, 2208 Carpenter Rd., Durham 27704 
GRANVILLE CIRCUIT: Garry Dickerson, Rt. 3, Oxford 27565 
GRANVILLE -VANCE: Slayter T. Lloyd, Sr. , P O Box 651, Oxford 27565 
HELENA: Howard Hammonds, P O Box 643, Timberlake 27583 
HENDERSON: 

CITY ROAD: Minnie Allen, 202 Harrison Ave., Henderson 27536 
FIRST: Asa Kittrell, 209 Lakeview Dr., Henderson 27536 

John Rainey, 523 West Andrews Ave., Henderson 27536 
WHITE MEMORIAL: Barbara Harris, 235 Orville St., Henderson 27536 
HERMON: Rachel Fuller, Rt. 8, Henderson 27536 

LEA'S CHAPEL-WARREN'S GROVE: Virginia Wrenn, 403 Wrenn Rd. , Roxboro 27573 
MARROW'S CHAPEL: Harold Smith, Rt. 1, Box 145, Clarksville, VA 23927 
MAYBROOK-MASSEY: Barbara Wimberly, Rt. 3, Box 324, Durham 27713 
MT. SYLVAN: Betty Schnople, 811 Knight Dr., Durham 27712 

Harry Jones, 206 Waxhaw Dr., Durham 27712 
MT. TABOR-RIVERVIEW: Teresa Milton, Rt. 2, Box 341, Rougemont 27572 
MT. TIRZAH: Camellia Duncan, Rt. 1, Box 808, Timberlake 27583 
MT. ZION: Elizabeth Hicks, Rt. 1, Box 364, Hurdle Mills 27541 
OAK GROVE: Mary Alice Clayton, Rt. 1, Box 319B, Roxboro 27573 
OXFORD: Eugene Rogers, 200 Grace St., Oxford 27565 

Dorothy Rogers, 200 Grace St., Oxford 27565 
OXFORD: SALEM: Sandra R. Wright, 302 Forest Rd. , Oxford 27565 
REHOBOTH-HARRIS CHAPEL: Gilbert Capps, Rt 3, Box 237, Oxford 27565 

Willie Currin, Rt. 3, Box 81, Henderson 27536 
ROUGEMONT: Katie Snider, Rt. 3, Box 2, Rougemont 27572 
ROXBORO : 



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CA-VEL: Cotton Powell, 140 Forestwood Dr., Roxboro 27573 
GRACE: James Allen, 614 Ridge Rd., Roxboro 27573 
LONGHURST: Thelma White, 1017 Ridge Rd. , Roxboro 27573 
LONG MEMORIAL: Lois Winstead, 219 S. Lamar St., Roxboro 27573 
Grace Cox, 501 Long Ave., Roxboro 27573 

SALEM (PERSON CO.): Ralph Warren, Rt, 2, Hurdle Mills 27541 

STEM-BULLOCK: Kathryn Royster, P O Box 55, Bullock 27507 

STOVALL: Linwood Hutson, St ova 11 27582 

TABERNACLE: Mrs. Odell Pulley, P O Box 247, Townsville 27584 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

AHOSKIE: Mrs. Joe Parker, 301 S. Colony Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Joseph Bryant, P O Box 707, Ahoskie 27910 
ALBEMARLE: Sid Hassell, P O Box 201, Roper 27970 
AULANDER: Bill Early, Rt. 1, Box 484, Aulander 27805 
CHOWAN: Helen Evans, Rt. 1, Box 189, Edenton 27932 
CRESWELL: Howard Davenport, Rt. 2, Box 92, Creswell 27928 
CURRITUCK: Lena Bird, P O Box 411, Grandy 27939 
EDENTON: Mrs. Esther Crisanti, 1101 W. Queen St., Edenton 27932 

Mrs, Mildred Harrison, Rt. 4, Box 399, Edenton 27932 
ELIZABETH CITY: 

CITY ROAD: Charles R. Koch, 1213 Carolina Ave., Elizabeth City 27909 
Herscal Williams, 605 McPherson St., Elizabeth City 27909 
FIRST: Rita McCain, 1928 Rivershore Rd., Elizabeth City 27909 

Pauline Miller, 805 Agawam Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 
RIVERSIDE: Mrs. Vesta Reel, 1110 W. Williams Cir. , Elizabeth City 27909 
GATESVILLE: Mrs. John Willey, Rt. 1, Gates 27937 
HARRELLSVILLE: Ernie Carter, P O Box 404, Powellsville 27967 
HATTERAS: Dorothy Curt in, Box 513, Hatteras 27936 
HERTFORD: Bertha Lane, 202 N. Front St., Hertford 27944 

Elizabeth C. Harris, 100 Clark St., Hertford 27944 
KINNAKEET: Mrs. Jazania O'Neal, P O Box 38, Rodanthe 27968 
KITTY HAWK: Al Williams, P O Box 136, Kitty Hawk 27949 

Cashar W. Evans, Jr., P O Box 347, Kill Devil Hills 27948 
MANNS HARBOR: Mrs. Lucy Gibbs, Manns Harbor 27953 
MANTEO: MT. OLIVET: Tom White, Sr. , P O Box 786, Manteo 27954 

Almeta White, P O Box 786, Manteo 27954 
MOYOCK: Mrs, Jo Ann Supplee, P O Box 267, Moyock 27958 
MURFREESBORO: Mrs. Mattie Mason, P O Box 406, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Wanda McLaurin, P O Box 396, Murfreesboro 27855 
NEW HOPE -WOODLAND: Selma Harrell, Rt. 3, Box 76, Hertford 27944 

Tom Fleck, Rt. 4, Box 736, Hertford 27944 
NEWLAND-GRACE : Irma Losser, 301 Brothers Acres, Elizabeth City 27909 
NORTH GATES: Mrs. Doris Morgan, Rt. 1, Box 99, Corapeake 27926 
OCRACOKE: Lawrence Ballance, Box 124, Ocracoke 27960 
OUTER BANKS PARISH: 

PASQUOTANK: Eva Lou Harrison, 18 Hawthorne Dr., Rt. 3, Elizabeth City 279( 
PERKINS: Bonnie Shuster, Rt, 1, Box 94T, Moyock 17973 
PERQUIMANS: Wilbert Kemp, Rt, 2, Box 273, Hertford 27944 
PILMOOR MEMORIAL: W. E. Davis, Jr., P O Box 72, Currituck 27929 
PLYMOUTH: Dr. A. L. Whitehurst, P O Box 566, Plymouth 27962 
Rufus Carraway, 316 Pettigrew Dr., Plymouth 27962 
SHARON: Wiley Elliott, Aydlett 27916 

SOUTH CAMDEN: Jarvis Cartwright, Rt. 1, Camden 27921 
SOUTH MILLS: Mrs. Ricky Worthington, P O Box 205, South Mills 27976 
TYRRELL: Mrs. Marion Way, P O Box 168, Columbia 27925 
UNION-NEWBEGUN: Beverly Small, Rt. 1, Box 85, Elizabeth City 27909 
WANCHESE: Cloyce Daniels, Box 297, Wanchese 27981 
WINDSOR: Mary Lou Scarborough, 108 Byrd St., Windsor 27983 
Rachel Smallwood, 109 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

ANGIER: Sue Ogburn, F O Box 3 05, Angier 27501 
CLINTON: 

FIRST: Mrs. Faye Warren, 407 E. Powell St., Clinton 28328 
Mrs. Peggy Gunter, P O Box 4659, Clinton 28328 

GRACE: Doug Russell, 202 Willow Rd,, Clinton 28328 
CLINTON CIRCUIT: Linda Peterson, Rt. 1, Clinton 28328 
COATS: Dottie B. Tyndall, P O Box 818, Coats 27521 
COHARIE MISSION: 

COTTON: Bill Cox, P O Box 414, Hope Mills 28348 
CUMBERLAND: Steve Riley, Rt. 3, Box 311, Fayetteville 28306 



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DUNN: DIVINE STREET: Mahlon Wright, 900 Westhaven Ave., Dunn 28334 

Jennett Whiteside, 1502 N. Wellons, Dunn 28334 
ERWIN: Gordon Ennis, 501 East H. St., Erwin 28339 
FAYETTEVILLE: 

CALVARY: Lucille Vickers, 1638 Sandra Dr., Fayetteville 28304 
CAMP GROUND: T. Howard Grooms, 2939 Walden Rd. , Fayetteville 28304 

Terry Preiss, 204 Haverhill Rd. , Fayetteville 28304 
CHRIST: Margaret Perkins, 5146 Meadowbrook, Fayetteville 28304 

Maxene Smith, 2611 Elmhurst, Fayetteville 28304 
CULBRETH MEMORIAL: Mrs. Virginia Coble, Rt. 5, Box 9, Fayetteville 28301 
GARDNERS: Gladys Preston, 624 Caroll Ave., Fayetteville 28301 

Hazel Hall, 4307 Coolidge St., Fayetteville 28301 
HARRY HOSIER: Kaetta Payne, 100 Loftin Dr., Apt. P, Fayetteville 28311 
HAYMOUNT: Marlin Stewart, Sr. , 198 Devane St., Fayetteville 28305 

Ed Tindell, 2224 Bayview Rd. , Fayetteville 28305 
HAY STREET: John Raper, 1610 Twin Oak Dr., Fayetteville 28305 

Dr. Charlie Coffman, 3213 Granville Dr., Fayetteville 28303 
JOHN WESLEY: Wilhelmina McCallum, 1662 Baysden Ct. , Fayetteville 28303 

Dorothy Lane, 737 Chadwick Rd. , Fayetteville 28301 
JOHNSON MEMORIAL: Carl Johnson, 309 Tokay Dr., Fayetteville 28301 
KOREAN: Hea Su Lee, 5805 Lagu PI., Fayetteville 28304 
PERSON STREET: Mrs. Metch Smith, Rt. 5, Box 13, Fayetteville 28301 
ST. ANDREWS: Emma reaves, Rt. 1, Quail Creek, Linden 283 56 

Georganna Simpson, 206 Leacroft Dr. , Fayetteville 28301 
ST. MATTHEWS: Robert Rudd, 4159 Village Dr., Fayetteville 28304 

Linda Snyder, 5001 Lakehurst Dr., Fayetteville 28304 
SALEM: Mrs. Elbridge McLaurin, 1421 Dunn Rd. , Fayetteville 28301 

Mrs. Herbert Lawrence, 1785 Dunn Rd., Fayetteville 28301 
TRINITY: John Ratledge, Rt. 1, Box 484, Fayetteville 28304 
VICTORY: Myrtle Cashwell, 1116 Powell St., Fayetteville 28306 
WESLEY HEIGHTS: Edith Hill, 417 Raynor Dr., Fayetteville 28301 
GOSHEN-KEENER: Janie Daughtry, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366 

Margaret Anderson, 400 Vann Blvd, Clinton 28328 
HOPE MILLS: Eddie Brower, P O Box 86, Hope Mills 28348 

Darrell Hill, 104 Beechwood St., Hope Mills 28348 
HOPEWELL: Louise Daughtry, Rt. 2, Box 224, Newton Grove 
KIPLING-COKESBURY: Trye Kendall, P O Box 6, Kipling 27543 

Mrs. Robert Kinton, Rt. 1, Fuquay-Varina 27526 
LESLIE: L. L. Milam, Rt. 3, Box 13, Dunn 28334 
LILLINGTON: Helen McDonald, Rt. 4, Box 382, Lillington 27546 

Lanera Aiken, P O Box 322, Lillington 27546 
LINDEN: PARKERS GROVE: Edythe West, Rt. 2, Box 49 3, Linden 28 3 56 
MAMERS: Burlena J. Stewart, Rt. 2, Box 42, Lillington 27546 
MARVIN: Ray Rogers, Rt. 7, Box 205, Fayetteville 28305 
MT. MORIAH: Janice Butler, Rt. 1, Box 102, Clinton 28328 
NEWTON GROVE: Ms. Edna Westbrook, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Joe Britt Warren, P O Box 68, Newton Grove 28366 
RAEFORD: Mrs. Dwan Upchurch, 711 N. Main, Raeford 28376 

Ernestine Currie, 207 Roberts St., Raeford 28376 
RAEFORD: HOKE: Margaret Pannell, Rt. 4, Box 222, Raeford 28376 

Irene Grant, Rt. 2, Box 181, Raeford 28376 
ROSEBORO: Margaret Grumpier, P O Box 68, Roseboro 28382 

Heidi Harris, P O Box 554, Roseboro 28382 
SALEMBURG: Sue Rauss, P O Box 3 66, Salemburg 28 3 85 
SOUTH RIVER: Alene Autry, Rt. 1, Box 162, Stedman 28391 
SPRING HILL: Lloyd Stewart, Rt. 1, Box 334, Broadway 27505 

Alvis Matthews, Rt. 3, Box 754, Lillington 27546 
SPRING LAKE: Betty Wall, 219 S. 7th St., Spring Lake 28390 
STEDMAN: COKESBURY: John Pat McCall, Box 148, Stedman 28391 
TABOR: Wilson Fisher, Rt. 5, Box 296, Fayetteville 28301 
UNION: Lelia Puryear, Rt. 1, Box 525, Spring Lake 28390 
WESLEY-BLACK'S CHAPEL: Eloise Warren, Rt. 5, Box 690, Dunn 28334 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

BENSON: Hazel Sorrell, Box 265, Benson 27504 

Mabel Medlin, Rt. 1, Benson 27504 
BESTON-WALKER MEMORIAL: John Sutton, Rt. 5, BOX 468, LaGrange 28551 
BETHEL-RONES: Mrs. Garland Alphin, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 28365 

Mrs. Juanita Whitfield, Rt. 2, Box 513, Mt. Olive 28365 
BROGDEN- FALLING CREEK: Ms. Faye Harrell, 206 Derek Dr., Goldsboro 27530 
BROWNING-SMITH: Ricky Bell, 10 Ramblewood Dr., Mt. Olive 28365 

Garrett Strickland, Rt. 3, Box 479, Mt. Olive 28365 
EUREKA-YELVERTON : Mrs. Sallie Davis, P O Box 3175, Eureka 27830 

Mrs. Sarah Bailey, Rt. 2, Box 212, Stantonsburg 27883 



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FAISON CIRCUIT: Florence Warren, Rt. 2, Faison 28341 

Mrs. Dannie Sue Kennedy, Rt. 2, Box 0, Faison 28341 
FOUR OAKS: Sarah Barber, Rt. 3, Box 252, Four Oaks 27524 
FREMONT: Ms. Candy Whitley, 105 Quail Croft Dr., Goldsboro 27530 
GARRIS CHAPEL: Mrs. Bailey Suggs, Rt. 5, LaGrange 28551 
GOLDSBORO: 

AIRBORO-ZION: Ms. Lois Jeannette, 1616 W. Grantham St., Goldsboro 27530 
DANIELS MEMORIAL: Li Hie Best, Rt. 16, Box 138, Goldsboro 27530 

Jayne Snipes, 1503 E. Beech St., Goldsboro 27530 
JEFFERSON: Kenneth Hill, 1215 Newton Dr., Goldsboro 27530 
NEW HOPE: Betty Wallace, 108 Pinewood Dr., Goldsboro 27530 
PINE FOREST: Gladys Rouse, 5636 Hwy 581, Goldsboro 27530 

Sallie Hollowell, Rt. 14, Box 441, Goldsboro 27530 
PROVIDENCE: Ralph Jinnette, Rt. 6, Box 405, Goldsboro 27530 

Helen Kornegay, Rt. 14, Box 473, Goldsboro 27530 
ST. JOHN-BRIETZ: Mary Jenkins, 1709 Ball St., Goldsboro 27530 
ST. LUKE: Louis Marriner, 117 Perry Dr., Goldsboro 27530 

Jimmy Rollins, 1711 Pine St., Goldsboro 27530 
ST. PAUL: Ms. Jean Haislip, 2410 Peachtree St., Goldsboro 27530 

Col. Matthew E. Perry, 1702 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro 27530 
SALEM: Dot Best, Rt. 3, Box 397, Pikeville 27830 
INSTITUTE-HICKORY GROVE: Joann Price, Rt. 1, LaGrange 28551 
JERUSALEM-BETHEL: Vernice Coggins, Rt. 2, Box 327A, LaGrange 28551 
JOHNSTON CIRCUIT: Nathan Upchurch, Rt. 4, Box 336, Four Oaks 27524 
KENANSVILLE PARISH: Tom Hroza, P O Box 42, Albertson 28508 

Snodie Wilson, P O Box 246, Kenansville 28349 
KENLY-BUCKHORN: R. D. Morris, Rt. 3, Box 198, Kenly 27 542 

Ralph Wicker, Box 396, Kenly 2 7 542 
LAGRANGE: Mrs. Horace Sutton, Rt. 3, Box 361, LaGrange 28551 
MAGNOLIA: Alton McGee, Rt. 1, Turkey 28393 

Elasko Blanchard, Rt. 1, Warsaw 28398 
MICRO-FELLOWSHIP: Jack Pullen, Rt. 1, Kenly 27542 

Jimmy Phillips, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
MT. OLIVE: FIRST: Jimmy E. Williams, 16 Ramblewood Dr., Mt. Olive 28365 

Barton Baldwin, P O Box 248, Mt. Olive 28365 
PIKEVILLE-MT. CARMEL: J. L. Crawford, P O Box 39, Pikeville 27863 
PINE LEVEL-SANDERS: Ms. Olivia Hill, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
PRINCETON: Earl Price, Rt. 3, Box 216, Princeton 27569 
ROSE HILL: Randolph Mattocks, P O Box 220, Rose Hill 28458 
SAULSTON: Joe Perkins, Rt. 1, Box 167, Pikeville 27863 
SELMA: 

EDGERTON: Janet Davis, P O Box 278, Selma 27576 
SEVEN SPRINGS: Ms. Mildred Smith, P O Box 36, Seven Springs 28578 
SMITHFIELD: 

ASBURY: Roy Jones, 113 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577 
CENTENARY: Janeann DeLeon, 55 White Oak Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Lulong Medlin, 826 S. Second St., Smithfield 27577 
WHITLEY-ELIZABETH: A. B. Boykin, Rt. 3, Box 36, Smithfield 27577 
TRINITY: Maurice Rouse, Rt. 2, Box 104, Kinston 28501 
WALLACE: Mrs. Ronald Forbis, Rt. 1, Box 193, Teachey 28464 

Mrs. Decatur Blanchard, P O Box 417, Wallace 28466 
WARSAW: Arthur M. Benton, Rt. 1, Box 366D, Kenansville 28349 
WESTWOOD-EBENEZER: Butler Holt, Rt. 3, Princeton 27569 

GREENVILLE DISTRICT 

AURORA: Eunice Machinshok, Hobucken 28537 
AYDEN: Roy Turnage, 710 E. Second St., Ayden 28513 
Leroy Merritt, 711 W. 5ath St., Ayden 28513 
BATH: Warren Page, Rt. 1, Bath 27808 

BELHAVEN: TRINITY: Ty Benson, Rt. 1, Box 77A, Belhaven 27810 
BELL ARTHUR: Emily Barwick, 219 Belvedere Dr., Greenville 27834 
BETHEL: Almyra Watson, Box 214, Bethel 27812 

Addie Leigh Gale, P O Box 775, Bethel 27812 
FARMVILLE: Royce Richardson, 107 N. Pitt St., Farmville 27828 
Billy Cariaway, 109 Hillcrest Dr., Farmville 27828 
GREENVILLE: 

HOLY TRINITY: Buddy Holt, 119 Asbury St., Greenville 27834 

JARVIS MEMORIAL: S. J. Waters, 206 Williamsburg Dr., Greenville 27834 

Kenny Jenkins, 1608 E.Greenville Blvd. , Greenville 2783' 
ST. JAMES: Dr. Laura Little, 217 King George Rd. , Greenville 27834 
Herschel Williams, 2501 Madison Cir. , Greenville 27834 
GRIFTON: Mr. Carroll Oakes, P O Box 885, Grifton 28530 

Paul Porterfield, Rt. 2, Box 496, Grifton 28530 
GRIMESLAND: Velma Hickman, P O Box 44, Chocowinity 27817 



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tiOBGOOD: J. W. Bryant, P O Box 64, Hobgood 2784 3 
iOLLY SPRINGS: Avis Long, Rt. 1, Box 844, Williamston 27892 
iOOKERTON: Herbert Phillips, P O Box 3, Hookerton 28538 
JAMESVILLE: Michele Angela Hill, P O Box 99, Jamesville 27846 
<INSTON: 

QUEEN STREET: Millie Matthis, 2312 Riley Rd. , Kinston 28501 
Anne J. Steinert, P O Box 3001, Kinston 28501 
WESTMINSTER: Jack Whitmore, 909 Cameron Dr., Kinston 28501 

George (Buddy) Haupt, Jr., 906 Parrett Ave., Kinston 28501 
KINSTON CIRCUIT: Mrs, Nannie Hewitt Fields, Rt. 1, Kinston 28501 
LANE'S CHAPEL-BETHANY: W. R. Newell, Rt. 1, Box 139, Dover 28526 
LEBANON-TABERNACLE: Hilda Edmundson, Rt. 2, Stantonsburg 27883 
^TTAMUSKEET: Leon Ballance, Rt. 1, Box 90, Engelhard 27824 
^lAURY-MT. HERMON: Dora Pasour, P O Box 37, Maury 28554 
t^OBLE'S CHAPEL: Phyllis Jones, Rt. 1, Box 181-B-l, Mt. Olive 28365 
PINK HILL: Ethro Hill, P O Box 55, Pink Hill 28572 
Ey^INBOW: W. A. Hardy, Rt. 2, Box 151, Snow Hill 28580 

Melissa Broadwell, Rt. 4, Box 48, Snow Hill 28580 
ROBERSONVILLE: Lib Adkins, Box 292, Robersonville 27871 
SALEM: Clara Jane Hardee, Rt. 3, Box 91, Greenville 27834 

SNOW HILL:CALVARY MEMORIAL: Rosalie Holmes, 212 W.Green St., Snow Hill 28580 

Elizabeth Jones, 904 Long Shore Dr,SnowHill28580 
.STANTONSBURG: Nowrood Whitley, P O Box 387, Stantonsburg 27883 
Shirley Whitley, P O Box 387, Stantonsburg 27803 
STOKES: Selma Cherry, Stokes, 27884 

SWAN QUARTER: Ray M. Spencer, Rt. 1, Box 127, Scranton 27875 
VANCEBORO: Russell Ipock, P O Box 275, Vanceboro 28586 
VANCEBORO CIRCUIT: Keitt Sawyer, Rt. 2, Box 277, Vanceboro 28586 

Doris Sawyer, Rt. 2, Vanceboro 28586 
WASHINGTON: 

ASBURY: Ellen Smith, Rt. 4, Box 102, Washington 27889 
FIRST: Jim Bilbro, 104 Cary PI. Washington 27889 

Richard Walker, 509 E. 2nd St., Washington 27889 
WASHINGTON CIRCUIT: Guilford Leggett, Rt. 3, Box 99, Washington 27889 
WESLEY MEMORIAL: Durwood Hines, Rt. 2, Farmville 27828 
WILLIAMSTON: Will Hofler, 206 Ridge St., Williamston 27892 

Ed Farnell, 1101 Main St. Williamston 27892 
WOODINGTON-WEBB: Cauley Bryan, Rt. 1, Box 39H, Seven Springs 28514 
Ruth Jarman, Rt. 4, Kinston 28501 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

ASBURY: Ashby Tippett, Rt. 1, Cove City 2 852 3 

ATLANTIC: Florence Kauffman, Star Rt. Box 88, Atlantic 28511 

BEAUFORT: ANN STREET: Philip Cartwright ,Rt . 1, 225 Rudolph Dr, Beaufort 28516 

Barbara Cartwright, Rt. 1,225 Rudolph Dr, Beaufort 28516 
BEECH GROVE-RHEMS: Mrs. Clara Parker, 815 Ipock La., New Bern 28560 
BELGRADE-TABERNACLE: Johnny Morton, 99 Deppe Rd. , Maysville 28555 
BEULAVILLE: Linwood Pickett, Rt. 1, Box 173, Beulaville 28518 
BROAD CREEK: Daisy C. Hilbert, Rt. 1, Box 525A, Newport 28570 
CEDAR ISLAND-SEA LEVEL: Clyde McGirk, Sea Level 28577 
CORE CREEK: James E. Dickinson, Rt. 1, Box 640, Beaufort 28516 
DOVER-CLARKS : P. G. Whitley, P O Box 38, Dover 28526 
HARKERS ISLAND: Louis Salter, Barkers Island 28531 
HARLOWE-OAK GROVE: June Rodd, 112 E. Sherwood Dr., Have lock 28532 

Edith Jarmon, Rt. 1, Havelock 28532 
HAVELOCK: 

CHERRY POINT: Mr. Hazzie Williams, 202 Bryan St., Havelock 28532 

FIRST: Jack Harmon, 218 Church Rd. , Havelock 28532 

Gordon Robertson, 112, Ketner Blvd., Havelock 28532 
HAW BRANCH: Mrs. Jean Brinson, Rt. 3, Box 115, Richlands 28574 
HUBERT : 

OAK GROVE: Gilbert Riggs, Rt. 1, Box 280, Hubert 28539 

QUEENS CREEK: Alvin Pittman, Sr. , Rt. 2, Box 446, Hubert 28539 
JACKSONVILLE: 

NORTHWOODS: Buford Fulghum, 601 Sioux Dr., Jacksonville 28540 

Mrs. Buford Fulghum, 601 Sioux Dr., Jacksonville 28540 

PINE VALLEY: Joe Berne, 1511 Albany Rd,Bx 2 34 3, Tarawa Ter,Camp Lejeune 

TRINITY: Dave Douglas, 502 Dewitt St., Jacksonville 28540 
Linda Douglas, 502 Dewitt St., Jacksonville 28540 
MARSHALLBERG-SMYRNA: Anita Lewis, Smyna 28579 
MAYSVILLE: Gregory Meadows, P O Box 415, Maysville 28555 
MIDWAY-BETHLEHEM: Leora Turner, Rt. 2, Box 83A, Stella 28582 
MOREHEAD CITY: 

FIRST: Stanley Harrell, P O Box 400, Morehead City 28557 



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Sarah Hamilton, 2002 Shepard St., Morehead City 28557 
FRANKLIN MEMORIAL: Kitty Willis, 110 N.Yaupon Terr., Morehead City 28557 
ST. PETER'S: Mrs. Jerri Banks, 320 Holly La., Morehead City 28557 
NEW BERN: 

CENTENARY: Rose Linko, 1015 Karen Dr., New Bern 28560 

Charles Garris, 2016 Spencer Ave. , New Bern 28560 
FAITH: Nat Dixon, P O Box 2407, New Bern 28560 
GARBER: Joanne Shell, 4538 Rivershore Dr., New Bern 28560 

Rupert Bullard, 5115 White Oak Rd., New Bern 28562 
RIVERSIDE: Nan Gilbert, 2109 Perrytown Loop Rd. , New Bern 28560 
TRINITY: Dorothy Tracy, 105 Randomwood, New Bern 28560 
John Tracy, 105 Randomwood, New Bern 28560 
NEWPORT: ST. JAMES: Edna Parker, P O Box 179, Newport 28570 

Raymond Edwards, P O Box 67, Newport 28570 
ORIENTAL: Ned Delamar, P O Box 462, Oriental 28571 
Edna Whorton, P O Box 96, Oriental 28571 
PAMLICO PARISH: Ruby Smith, Rt. 65, Box 270, Arapahoe 28510 

Juanita Register, 1707 Hwy. 17 N. , New Bern 28560 
Ferrell McKinney, P O Box 192, Bayboro 28515 
POLLOCKSVILLE-LEE'S CHAPEL: Marthe Meetre, P O Box 303, Pollocksville 2857 

Emy Swan, 299 Shoreline Dr., New Bern 28560 
RICHLANDS: Paul VonCanon, P O Box 757, Richlands 28574 

Dale Bucklew, 103 Woodlawn Dr. , Jacksonville 28540 
RIVERDALE: Maggie Tart, 317 Hill St., New Bern 28560 
SALTER PATH: Oscar Brock, P O Box 1527, Atlantic Beach 28512 
SHADY GROVE: Anna Craft, Rt. 2, Box 144B, Trenton 28585 

SNEADS FERRY: CARROLL CHAPEL: Mrs. Doris Moore, POBox 507,Sneads Ferry 28460 
STRAITS-NORTH RIVER: Clyde Judy, Box 67, Marshallberg 28553 
SWANSBORO: W. D. Redfeam, P O Box 1538, Swansboro 28584 

Mrs. W. D. Redfeam, P O Box 1538, Swansboro 28584 
TRENTON: Richard Long, P O Box 506, Trenton 28585 
VERONA: L. W. Thomas, Rt. 3, Box 331, Jacksonville 28540 
WILLISTON-STACY: Phyllis Saunders, P O Box 24, Williston 28589 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

APEX: Jeanne Hack, P O Box 752, Apex 27502 

Lucille Sanders, 424 Hillcrest Rd. , Apex 27502 
BETHLEHEM-SHADY GROVE: Joyce Odom, Rt. 3, Box 610, Warrenton 27589 
BUNN-HILL KING CIRCUIT: Leon Fisher, No. 19, Lake Royale, Louisburg 27549 
GARY: 

FIRST: Harry Brown, P O Drawer L, Cary 27511 

Margaret Keller, 2110 Stephens Rd., Cary 27511 
GENESIS: Gaye Stewart, 2504F Duck Pond Cir., Morrisville 27560 
ST. FRANCIS: John Boling, 103 Deer Park La., Cary 27511 
WHITE PLAINS: Dorothy Robinson, 402 Oak Ridge Rd. , Cary 27511 
Ernest Miller, 415 Pleasants Ave. , Cary 27511 
CLAYTON: Bob McKim, 633 Ramblewood Dr. , Clayton 27520 

Eleanor McKim, 633 Ramblewood Dr., Clayton 27520 
EBENEZER: Margaret Phillips, Rt. 2, Box 291, Raleigh 27610 

Clara Whitley, Rt. 3, Box 166, Knightdale 2754 5 
FRANKLINTON: J. B. Dixon, 408 N. Cheatham St., Franklinton 27525 

Marjorie Dixon, 408 N. Cheatham St., Franklinton 27525 
FUQUAY-VARINA: A. N. Johnson, 110 Depot St., Fuquay-Varina 27526 

Jack Mut, 214 Long St., Fuquay-Varina 27526 
GARNER: 

FIRST: John Moore, 800 Powell Dr., Garner 27529 

Clarence Johnson, 1309 Southerland Rd. , Garner 27529 
ST. ANDREWS: Gene Edwards, 6123 Vicky Dr., Raleigh 27603 
Hilda Edwards, 6123 Vicky Dr., Raleigh 27603 
GILLBERG: Nelllie Ellis, Rt. 1, Box 161C, Henderson 27536 
HOLLANDS: James Middleton, 816 Rand Rd., Garner 27529 

Julia Hillman, Rt. 1, Box 273, Apex 27502 
HOLLY SPRINGS: Mary Lee Johnson, P O Box 277, Holly Springs 27540 
JERUSALEM-ZION: Paula Hayes, P O Box 123, Norlina 27563 
Ann King, Rt. 1, Box 298, Norlina 27563 
KNIGHTDALE: Mrs. Zeffie Griffin, Rt. 25, Box 257B, Raleigh 27604 

John Griffin, Rt. 25, Box 257B, Raleigh 27604 
LEAH'S CHAPEL-SHILOH: Lucy Wilson, Rt. 5, Box 838, Louisburg 27549 
LOUISBURG: Martha Riggan, 119 Edgweood Dr., Louisburg 27549 

John Houston, 124 Rex PI., Louisburg 27549 
MACON: Mamie King, Rt. 1, Box 120F, Warrenton 27589 
MIDDLEBURG: Wilton Wortham, Rt. 6, Henderson 27536 

Julia Wortham, Rt, 6, Henderson 27536 
MT. CARMEL: Annie B. Coghill, Rt. 1, Box 288, Henderson 27536 



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IT. ZION: Roy M. Raynor, 308 Cleveland School Rd, , Garner 27529 
JORLINA: Marian Hege, P O Box 308, Norlina 27563 
'LANK CHAPEL: Irene Brown, Rt. 1, Box 178, Kittrell 27544 
RALEIGH: 
ASBURY: Lisa Clary, 103 Blalock Ct. , Knightdale 27545 
Alan Clary, 103 Blalock Ct. , Knightdale 27545 
AVENT FERRY: Shirley Gilliam, 1129 Trailwood Dr., Raleigh 27606 
BENSON MEMORIAL: Ben Aiken, 1613 Beechgrove Rd. , Raleigh 27612 
Martha Woodall, 2913 Debra Dr., Raleigh 27607 
COKESBURY: Sarah Mayer, 2925 Little John Rd. , Raleigh 27610 
EDENTON STREET: Owen Walker, Jr., 5011 Rembert Dr., Raleigh 27612 

Mrs. Leslie Bevacqua, 409 Latimer St., Raleigh 27609 
FAIRMONT: Barbara E. Maddrey, 1301 Baez St., Raleigh 27608 

Charles Holland, 1704 Dixie Tr. , Raleigh 27607 
HAYES BARTON: Dan M. Sharpe, Jr., 2137 Cowper Dr., Raleigh 27608 
Becky Balentine, 1416 Granada Dr., Raleigh 27612 
Lib Campbell, 800 Lakeston Dr., Raleigh 27609 
HIGHLAND: Judy J. Riddle, Rt. 4, Box 374 AI, Durham 27703 

George Deaton, 1304 Prat Ct. , Raleigh 27606 
JENKINS MEMORIAL: Lizette Lewis, 926 N. Boylan Ave., Raleigh 27605 
LAYDEN MEMORIAL: Janette Cooper, Rt. 3, Box 261-A, Fuquay-Varina 27526 
LONGVIEW: Gladys Houck, 4329 Lambeth Dr. , Raleigh 27609 

Henry Marshall, 108 Dickens Dr., Raleigh 27610 
MACEDONIA: Elma Campbell, 2824 Campbell Rd. , Raleigh 27606 

Elizabeth Jones, 515 Jones Franklin Rd., Raleigh 27606 
MILLBROOK: Charles Belvin, Rt. 3, 104 Poole Ct., Knightdale 27545 
Groover Blitch, 4305 Quail Hollow Dr., Raleigh 27609 
MORNINGSTAR: Janet Huebsch, 3201 Barnsley La., Raleigh 27604 
NORTH RALEIGH: Arnold McPeters, 6829 Perkins Dr., Raleigh 27612 

Ginette McPeters, 6829 Perkins Dr., Raleigh 27612 
PLEASANT GROVE: JoAnn Smith, 4421 Pleasant Grove Ch.Rd. , Raleigh 27612 

Evelyn Castleberry, 4509 Pleasant Grove Ch.Rd,Ral . 27612 
ST. JAMES: David Moody, 3823 Ingram Dr., Raleigh 27604 

Frances Moody, 3823 Ingram Dr., Raleigh 27604 
ST. MARKS: Roy L. Holley, 1905 Hillock, Raleigh 27612 

F. W. Brearley, 3704 Stonehaven, Raleigh 27609 
TRINITY: Sam Williams, 1336 Chester Rd. , Raleigh 27608 

Mrs. Sam Williams, 1336 Chester Rd. , Raleigh 27608 
WESLEY MEMORIAL: Worth Barber, 705 Kimbrough St., Raleigh 27608 

Erma Barber, 705 Kimbrough St., Raleigh 27608 
WESTOVER: Alex Russell, 703 Powell Dr., Raleigh 27606 

Jim Ramsey, 380 Wilmot Dr., Raleigh 27606 
WILSON TEMPLE: Mrs. Catherine Hargrove, 115 Kitt PI., Raleigh 27610 
Mrs. Doris H.Brunson, 1021 Oberlin Rd. , Raleigh 27605 
SOAPSTONE: Jean Jackson, 11908 Norwood Rd. , Raleigh 27612 
TRINITY-PINEY GROVE: Faye Wright, P O Box 608, Louisburg 27549 

Dot Robertson, Rt. 6, Box 119, Louisburg 27549 
UNION CHAPEL: Thomas Crocker, Rt. 4, Box 25A, Henderson 27536 

Mary Lee Crocker, Rt. 4, Box 25A, Henderson 2753 6 
VANCE: Dorothy Pernell, Rt. 6, Box 164, Henderson 27536 
WAKE FOREST: Anita Johnson, P O Box 592, Wake Forest 27587 
WARREN: Rann Paynter, Rt. 2, Box 27, Warrenton 27589 

WARRENTON: WESLEY MEMORIAL: Emily T. Gardner, Rt.3, Box 16, Warrenton 27589 
WENDELL: Bill Roberts, Rt. 1, Box 56D, Wendell 29571 

Mary Charlotte Roberts, Rt. 1, Box 56D, Wendell 29571 
ZEBULON: Rom Moser, 223 W. Gannon Ave., Zebulon 27597 

Winton Rankin, 703 N. Wedgewood Dr., Zebulon 27597 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT 

BETHESDA: Mary Alice Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 201, Orrum 28369 

Lena Leggett, Rt. 2, Box 280, Fairmont 28340 
CALEDONIA: Alice McKenzie, Rt. 3, Box 1, Laurinburg 28352 
CORDOVA: Nadine Steagall, Rt. 1, Box 180, Rockingham 28379 
ELLERBE: Heath Carriker, Rt. 1, Box 280, Ellerbe 28338 
FAIRMONT: TRINITY: Wiley Taylor, 602 Gertrude St., Fairmont 28340 

Gen. Paul S. Oliver, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 106, Fairmont 28340 
FLETCHER'S CHAPEL-ST. PETER: Olivia Dowdy, Rt. 1, Box 206, Wagram 28396 
HAMLET: 

GREEN LAKE-LEDBETTER: Nancy Traynham, Rt. 2, Box 196, Rockingham 28379 
FELLOWSHIP: Eston L. Skipper, P O Box 647, Hamlet 28345 
Harold Boggan, Rt. 1, Box 82, Marston 28363 
FIRST: Arthur Bowler, 311 Oak St., Hamlet 28345 

Betty Bowler, 311 Oak St., Hamlet 28345 
ST. PETER: Halbert Jackson, Rt. 3, Box 168, Hamlet 28345 



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LAUREL HILL: Phillip Liles, P O Box 312, Laurel Hill 28351 
LAURINBURG : 

CENTRAL: Helen Sellars, Rt. 5, Box 122, Laurinburg 28352 

FIRST: Dr. Julian Smith, Rt. 6, Box 136, Laurinburg 28352 
Mrs. Marian Smith, Rt. 6, Box 13 6, Laurinburg 28352 

GALILEE: Louis Mclver, 422 Sugar Rd. , Laurinburg 28352 

A. Thelma Stewart, Rt. 1, Box 178, Gibson 28343 

ST. LUKE: Spencer Willard, Rt. 6, Box 89, Lumberton 28358 
Charles Muse, Rt. 1, Box 66, Laurel Hill 28351 
LUMBERTON : 

ASBURY-PINEVIEW: Maggie Cash, 164 Dresden Ave., Lumberton 28358 

BRANCH STREET: Mr. Currency Locklear, 2524 W. 5th St., Lumberton 28358 

CHESTNUT STREET: James Cooper, 1908 N, Pine St., Lumberton 28358 
Rosa Cooper, 1908 N. Pine St., Lumberton 28358 

MT. OLIVE PARISH: Sharon Robinson, Rt. 2, Box 475, St. Pauls 28384 
LUMBERTON CIRCUIT: Kate Williamson, Rt. 7, Box 424, Lumberton 28384 
MAXTON: ST. PAUL: Harold Steed, P O Box 776, Maxton 28364 
MAXTON CIRCUIT: Emma B. Bethea, Rt. 1, Box 92-G, Maxton 28364 

Gloria McKenzie, P O Box 782, Maxton 28364 
MT. ZION-WALL'S CHAPEL: Mildred Clayton, Rt. 1, Box 134, Raeford 28376 
NATIVE AMERICAN LARGER PARISH: Adolph Blue, P O Box 354, Pembroke 28372 

Etha Harris 
NORMAN: Dixie Wells, Box 95, Norman 28367 

Sidney Mclntyre, Jr., P O Box 856, Ellerbe 28338 
PARKTON: Mary Jane Hall, P O Box 235, Parkton 28371 

PEMBROKE: FIRST-CALVARY: Henry Smith, 202 S. Odom St., Pembroke 28372 
PEMBROKE CIRCUIT: Margaret Singletary, Rt. 1, Box 249-A, Rowland 28383 
PHILADELPHIA-COOL SPRING: Flossie McNair,10 McGirts Br. Rd. , Laurinburg 2835 
PLEASANT GROVE-FAIRVIEW:Robby Lowry, 1010-12 Fa'ttev'le Rd. , Rockingham 2837 
PROSPECT: Myrtle Lowry, Rt. 3, Box 254, Rowland 28383 

Mable Cummings, Rt. 3, Box 198B, Maxton 28364 
RED SPRINGS: 

RHYNE MEMORIAL: Trula McKeithan, P O Box 443, Red Springs 28377 

TRINITY: Earl Townsend, 209 E. 5th Ave., Red Springs 28377 

Floyd McMillan, 112 E. McNeill Dr., Red Springs 28377 
ROBERDEL: Nancy White, 1127 Richmond Rd. , Rockingham 28379 
ROCKINGHAM: 

EAST: J. D. Lamont, 1505 McDonald Ave., Hamlet 28345 

FIRST: Worth Walker, 314 Lumyer Dr., Rockingham 28379 

Mrs. Ollie Walker, 314 Lumyer Dr., Rockingham 28379 

GLENWOOD: J. W. Hammond, 1116 Rockingham Rd., Rockingham 28379 

PEE DEE: Frank Pate, Rt. 2, Box 116-A, Ellerbe 28338 

ST. PAUL-BEAVER DAM: Carlisle Watson, Jr., P O Box 125, Hoffman 28347 

TRINITY-ZION: Horace Smith, 429 Curtis Dr., Rockingham 28379 

WEST: Harold Marshall, P O Box 1894, Rockingham 28379 
ROWLAND: 

CEDAR GROVE-SALEM: Mary B. Carroll, P O Box 551, Rowland 28383 

FIRST: Helen Pate, Rt. 3, Box 14, Rowland 28383 
ROWLAND PARISH: George Spaulding, Rt. 1, Box 359, Lumberton 28358 
ST. JOHN-GIBSON: E. Harold Gibson, Rt. 1, Box 151, Gibson 28343 
ST. PAULS: Betty Powers, 512 W. Broad St., Saint Pauls 28384 
SNEAD'S GROVE: Eugene Paul, 816 Beech St., Laurinburg 28352 
SOUTH CAROLINA PARISH: Ruby Cummings, Rt. 1, Hamer 29547 
TABERNACLE: A. J. Riggan, Jr., P O Box 1005, Hamlet 28345 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

BAILEY: Jane Pickelsimer, P O Box 422, Bailey 27807 

Annie Belle Allen, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 
BATTLEBORO-CLARK STREET: Gladys Ann Capel , 417 Henry St., Rocky Mount 278C 

Betty Reierson, P O Box 699, Battleboro 27809 
CALVARY: Don Shelley, 73 Golf Course Rd. , Littleton 27850 

Peggy Shelley, 73 Golf Course Rd. , Littleton 27850 
CONETOE: Martha Mayo, P O Box 4, Conetoe 27819 
CONWAY: W. E. Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 6, Conway 27820 
ELM CITY: C. R. Etheridge, Rt. 1, Elm City 27822 
ENFIELD: Mrs. Rom B. Parker, 126 N. Church St., Enfield 27823 
EVANSDALE-BLACK CREEK: Fay Evans, Rt. 3, Box 586, Wilson 27893 

Mrs. Bobby Evans, 1001 Tarheel Rd., Wilson 27893 
GASTON: Violet A. Jordan, Star Rt., Box 153, Gaston 27832 

Dora Colston, 230 Roanoke Rapids Rd. , Gaston 27832 
GOLD VALLEY: John Woodard, Rt. 1, Box 737, Spring Hope 27882 
HALIFAX: Ben Shepard, Halifax 27839 

Anne Shepard, P O Box 236, Halifax 27839 
HAWKINS -TABOR: Mrs. John Joyner, Rt. 1, Box 258, Roanoke Rapids 27870 



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Mary Keeter, Rt. 2, Box 322, Littleton 27850 
lORNES-LUCAMA-SIMS: L. F. Barnes, P O Box 93, Lucama 27851 

Mrs. L. F. Barnes, P O Box 93, Lucama 27851 
1,ITTLET0N: Howard Draper, 435 Forest Hill Dr., Littleton 27850 
IIDDLESEX: Roscoe Hales, P O Box 10, Middlesex 27557 
MILWAUKEE: Virginia Flythe, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 
James E. Flythe, Rt. 2, Conway 2782 
•lOUNT PLEASANT: Ruby Finch, Rt. 1, Box 34 lA, Bailey 27807 
•lOUNT ZION: Edith Barrow, 1809 W. Nash St., Wilson 27893 
vlASHVILLE: Madelyn Dawson, Rt. 1, Box 6, Nashville 27856 

Lula Shackelford, 217 S, Boddie St., Nashville 27856 
TORTHAMPTON: James Wood Boone, P O Box 4 28, Jackson 27845 

Hazel Collier, Rt. 2, Box 381, Conway 27820 
PINETOPS-HART: J. Phil Carlton, P O Box 87, Pinetops 27864 
RED OAK: Stanley Moore, P O Box 67, Red Oak 27868 

RICH SQUARE-WOODLAND: Mildred Bolton, P O Box 523, Rich Square 27869 
ROANOKE: Bobby Reynolds, 2215 South Hamilton St. , Roanoke Rapids 27870 

James A. Duke, Rt. 3, Box 810-A-4, Roanoke Rapids 27870 
ROANOKE RAPIDS: 

FIRST: Taylor Oakes, P O Box 627, Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Jack Gladstone, 420 Rightmyer Dr. , Roanoke Rapids 27870 
ROSEMARY: Selma Davis, 1406 Charlotte St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Delores Stainback, 409 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 
ROCKY MOUNT: 

ENGLEWOOD: Jesse Sumner, 224 Westview Park Dr., Rocky Mount 27801 

Mrs. Ellen Sumner, 224 Westview Park Dr., Rocky Mount 27801 
FIRST: Mrs. Relfe Edwards, 612 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount 27801 

Tom Harris, 722 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount 27801 
ST. PAUL: Margaret Proctor, 404 Cleveland St., Rocky Mount 27801 

Phyllis Horton, Harbor West, Apt. E-1, Rocky Mount 27803 
jROCKY MOUNT PARISH: Esther Allen, 824 Peachtree St., Rocky Mount 27801 

Nancy Bradley, Rt. 3, Box 275, Tarboro 27886 
SANDY CROSS: Richard Winstead, Rt. 3, Box 229, Nashville 27856 
SCOTLAND NECK: Vernon Barnhill, 314 W. 12th St., Scotland Neck 27874 

Mrs. Vernon Barnhill, 314 W. 12th St., Scotland Neck 27874 
SEABOARD: Virginia Stephenson, Rt. 1, Box 292, Garysburg 27831 
SMITH: Edward Johnson, Rt. 4, Box 510, Roanoke Rapids 27870 
SPRING-GARYSBURG: Katherine Robinson, P O Box 315, Garysburg 27831 
SPRING HOPE: Marguerite Snipes, P O Box 146, Spring Hope 27882 
TARBORO: 

ST. JAMES: Arthur Edmondson, P O Box 2 35, Tarboro 27886 
I Frank Brown, P O Box 156, Tarboro 27886 

WELDON: William E. Herbert, P O Box 528, Weldon 27890 
I John Riddle, 805 Maple St., Weldon 27890 
WEST HALIFAX: Willie B. Aycock, Littleton 27850 
WHITAKERS: Lib Bradley, P O Box 355, Whitakers 27891 
WILSON: 

FIRST: George Flowers, 424 Westover St., Wilson 27893 

Vincent Lowe, Jr., 2410 Runnymeade, Wilson 27893 
WEST NASH: Elmer Johnson, 1721 Meadowbrook La., Wilson 27893 

Wayne Lackey, 1307 Parkside Dr., Wilson 27893 
WINSTEAD: Joyce Wells, 1402 Raleigh Rd. , Wilson 27893 

Frances Tanner, 1808 Windsor St., Wilson 27893 

SANFORD DISTRICT 

ABERDEEN: PAGE MEMORIAL: Charles Shields, P O Box 675, Aberdeen 28315 

Martha A. Dunn, 1003 Saunders Ave., Aberdeen 28315 
ASBURY-BETHLEHEM: Leonard Gunter, Rt. 4, Box 810, Sanford 27330 
BISCOE-BASCOM'S: Buck Frye 

BONLEE: John Talley, P O Box 378, Siler City 27344 
BROADWAY: Sharon Cox, Box 327, Broadway 27505 
BYNUM: Martha Hirschi, P O Box 6, Bynum 27228 
CANDOR: Herndon Kendall, Rt. 1, Box 11, Biscoe 27209 
CARTHAGE: Emma Paschal, Box 512, Carthage 28327 

CEDAR GROVE: Wayne Meacham, 27 Lakeview Mob. Home Park, Chapel Hill 27514 
CENTER: Paul Cox, 2620 S. Plank Rd, , Sanford 27330 
CHATHAM-MT. ZION: Helen Thrift, Rt. 1, Box 1252, Moncure 27559 
GLENDON: Earle Phillips, Rt. 1, Boix 213, Bear Creek 27207 
GOLDSTON: Mrs. Loomis Burke, Box 92, Goldston 27252 

HICKORY MOUNTAIN: Floyd Bowers, 1221 N. Driftwood Dr., Siler City 27344 
JONES CHAPEL: Randy Hurley, P O Box 611, Sanford 27330 
LEMON SPRINGS: Allean Meador, P O Box 118, Lemon Springs 28355 
LOVE JOY-MACEDONIA: Weitzel VunCannon, P O Box 514, Troy 27371 
MERRITTS-EBENEZER: Betty Parker, Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 



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MONCURE-BUCKHORN: Bobby Wicker, Rt. 1, Box 91, Moncure 27559 
MORRIS CHAPEL: Shelton Marshburn, Rt. 14, Box 236, Sanford 27330 
MT. GILEAD: FIRST: Jim Evans, Box 254, Mt. Gilead 27306 

Hugh Strider, Box 485, Mt. Gilead 27306 
MT. PLEASANT: Lamont Norwood, Rt. 1, Box 472, Mt. Pleasant 27 312 
NORTH CHATHAM: 

PEKIN: Philip Hogan, Box 100, Norman 28367 
PINEBLUFF: Ruth Baker, Rt. 1, Box 390, Aberdeen 28315 

Elizabeth Elder, Box 534, Pinebluff 28373 
PINEY GROVE-HICKORY GROVE: L. M. Lutterloh, Rt. 4 , Box 292, Siler City 273' 
PITTSBORO: FIRST: Maxine Jones, 202 Pittsboro Vill. Apts. , Pittsboro 2731: 
PITTSBORO CIRCUIT: Ruth Durham, Rt. 2, Box 485, Pittsboro 27312 
PLEASANT HILL: Alma H. Privette, Rt. 1, Box 600A, Robbins 27325 

W. B. Greene, P O Box 186, Robbins 27325 
POPLAR SPRINGS -MEMPHIS: Louise Angel, 2109 Lower Moncure Rd., Sanford 273 
ROBBINS: TABERNACLE: Lib Williams, Rt. 1, Box 135, Eagle Springs 27242 

Era Mae Rickman, Rt. 1, Box 180H, Carthage 28327 
SANDHILLS: Arthur Thomas, Rt. 1, Jackson Springs 27 281 
SANFORD: 

JONESBORO: Margie Mann, 2624 Bellaire Dr., Sanford 27330 

Marge Stevens, 507 Queens Rd. , Sanford 27330 
ST. LUKE: J. E. Davis, 320 Carbonton Rd., Sanford 27330 
Edwin J. Smith, 3114 Gold West, Sanford 27330 
SANFORD CIRCUIT: Mettie Buie, Rt. 6, Box 137, Sanford 27330 

Thomas Battle, 3416 Northridge Dr., Sanford 27330 
SILER CITY: 

FIRST: Mrs. W. F. Herring, 405 E. 4th St., Siler City 27344 

William F. Milholen, Rt. 2, Box 173, Siler City 27344 
WEST END: Dixie Smith, 1002 N. Chatham Ave., Siler City 27344 
SILK HOPE: Newlin Shaw, Rt. 1, Snow Camp 27349 

Bill Thomas, Rt. 1, Siler City 27344 
SMYRNA: William Hornung, P O Box 958, Robbins 27325 

Mrs. William Hornung, P O Box 958, Robbins 27325 
SOUTHERN PINES: Sarah Hiatt, 1645 Midland Rd. , Southern Pines 28387 

Yvonne Barrow, 310 Lupin PI., Southern Pines 28387 
STAR: Riley Phillips, P O Box 445, Star 27356 
TROY: TRINITY: Miriam Russell, P O Box 636, Troy 27371 

Annie Ruth Johnson, 223 N. Russell St., Troy 27371 
TROY CIRCUIT: Molly Zachary, Rt. 2, Box 127, Mt. Gilead 27306 
VASS-CAMERON: Gladys Warren, Rt. 1, Box 191, Cameron 28326 
WEST END: Kermit Copeland, Rt. 1, Box 109, West End 27376 
Lynn Aaron, Box 2070 - 7 Lakes, West End 2737 6 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

BETHEL-LEBANON: Milton Ward, Rt. 1, Box 184RR, Clarendon 28432 
BLADEN: Fulton H. Stokes, Rt. 1, White Oak 28399 
BOLIVIA: Mrs. Theron Mercer, P O Box 65, Bolivia 28422 
BOLTON-SHILOH: Tommy Smith, Rt. 1, Box 807, Bolton 28423 
BURGAW: Mrs. Mickey King, Rt. 1, Box 1404, Burgaw 28425 

CAROLINA BEACH: ST. PAUL: Frances Davis, 6841 Car. Bea. Rd. , Wilmington 28403 
Jean Yenner,508 Atlanta Ave., arolina Beach 284 
CARVER'S CREEK-TRINITY: Norma Stevens, Rt. 1, Box 3 00, Council 2843 4 
CHADBOURN-EVERGREEN : Willie Nance, Rt. 3, Box 12 3, Chadbourn 2 8431 
CLARKTON: Dennis Strickland, Rt. 1, Box lllK, Clarkton 28433 
CONCORD: Cleo McCranie, Rt. 3, Box 34, Supply 18462 
DUBLIN: Rita Hause, P O Box 126, Dublin 28392 

Brantley Willis, Rt. 1, Box 47, Tar Heel 28392 
ELIZABETHTOWN: TRINITY: Mickey Nye, Rt. 3, Elizabethtown 283 37 

Terry Hemingway, Box 22, Elizabethtown 28337 
FAIR BLUFF-CERRO GORDO: A. J. Williams, Fair Bluff 28439 

Grace Leatherbury, Cerro Gordo 28430 
GARLAND: John Howard, P O Box 5234, Ingold 28446 
HALLSBORO: Margaret Hicks, Rt. 2, Box 55, Whiteville 28472 
HAMPSTEAD: Nettie Mizelle, 136 Roberts Rd. , Hampstead 28443 
HARRELLS-WESTVIEW: Delia Williams, P O Box 575, Burgaw 28425 
LAKE WACCAMAW: Rosa Martin, Rt. 1, Box 143, Lake Waccamaw 28450 
OCEAN VIEW: Wayland Vereen, P Box 10716, Southport 28461 

Dick Terbush, 102 NE 59th St., Long Beach 28461 
OLD DOCK: Agnes Stocks, Rt. 1, Nakina 28455 

William E. Soles, Rt, 4, Box 364A, Whiteville 28472 
RIEGELWOOD-SHILOH: Viola Mintz Freeman, Rt. 2, Leland 28451 
ROCKY POINT: Althea Hargrove, P O Box 6, Rocky Point 284 57 
SCOTT'S HILL: Sussie Hamilton, Rt. 1, Box 551DD, Wilmington 28405 
SHALLOTTE: CAMP: Wilton Harrelson, P O Box 206, Shallotte 28459 



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Lena Mintz, P O Box 546, Shallotte 28459 
HALLOTTE CIRCUIT: Jean Stanaland, Rt. 1, Ash 28420 
HARON: Grace Peoples, P O Box 1041, Shallotte 28462 
OUTHPORT: TRINITY: Harry Presley, 429 E. So. Shore Dr, B.S. L, Southport 28461 

David Dorsett, Rt. 5, Box 330, Southport 284 61 
ABOR CITY: ST. PAUL: E. W. Gore, P O Box 592, Tabor City 28463 
OPSAIL BEACH: 
ESLEY'S CHAPEL: Eugenia Gooden, Rt. 1, Box 153, Elizabethtown 28337 

Christine Sparkman, Rt. 1, Box 262N, Elizabethtown 28337 
HITEVILLE: Sam T. Gore, PO Box 69, Whiteville 28472 

Mrs. Sam T. Gore, P O Box 69, Whiteville 28472 
HITEVILLE CIRCUIT: Bobby Sessions, Rt. 2, Whiteville 28472 
ILMINGTON: 
EPWORTH: E. E. Rogers, P O Box 606, Leland 28451 

FIFTH AVENUE: Jack Baynes, 2131 Gloucester PI., Wilmington 28403 
GRACE: Norma Barr, 8424 Bald Eagle La., Wilmington 28401 

Margaret Payne, 221 Canterbury Rd., Wilmington 28403 
OLEANDER-DEVON PARK: Leon West, 835 Masonboro Loop Rd. , Wilmington 28403 
Jimmy M. Bass, 222 Brestonshire Rd. ,Wilmington28403 
PINE VALLEY: Thelma Pierce, 4419 Mockingbird La., Wilmington 28403 

Mary Alice Whitfield, 11 Merrimac Dr., Wilmington 28403 
ST. JOHN-SMITH: Laura Graham, Rt. 1, Box 166, Bolton 28423 
SUNSET PARK: Gib Williams, 502 Brenda Dr., Wilmington 28403 

Myrtle Williams, 502 Brenda Dr., Wilmington 28403 
TRINITY: Olin Beaty, 418 Cobblestone Dr., Wilmington 28405 

Mrs. Charles Sneeden, 310 Buckner Dr., Wilmington 28403 
WESLEY MEMORIAL: Earle Merrill, P O Box 4458, Wilmington 28406 

Olivia Mattocks, 4921 Marlin Ct. , Wilmington 28403 
7RIGHTSBORO: William S. Crump, 221 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington 28405 
/RIGHTSVILLE BEACH: Frank Efird, 2319A Cordgrass Bay,Wrightsville Bea. 28480 

Peggy Efird, 2319A Lumina Ave. ,Wrightsville Bea. 28480 
;iON: Jim Smith, Rt. 2, Box 484A, Leland 28451 

\T LARGE MEMBERS - 1988 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

(5EN.BRD. CHURCH & SOCIETY: Becky Auman, 5620 Briar Oaks La., Raleigh 27608 
;?RES., BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Myron C. Banks, 2801 Rothgeb Dr., Raleigh 27609 
JURIS. CONF. DELEGATE: Ellen Bergland, P O Box 27, Bahama 27503 
:hair, CHURCH & SOCIETY: William L. Bingham, 3117 Leonard St., Raleigh 27607 
3A: UMM DISTRICT PRES . : Jim Brewer, p O Box 23, Star 27356 
:hair, board of worship: Hazel Bryant, P O Box 707, Ahoskie 27901 
3ENERAL CONF. DELEGATE: Ruth L. Cade, 5325 Maryland Dr., Fayetteville 28301 
Wl: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Paul Campbell, Rt. 1, Box 262, Council 28434 
PRES. , METHODIST FOUNDATION: Thomas E. Chandler, PO Drawer 1239,Burlington27216 
EC: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 
RO: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: George Crump III, P O Box 1523, Rockingham 28379 
iRO: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Janet Daniel, Rt. 2, Box 356, Elm City 27822 
RA: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Rose Marie DeHart, 5820 Shawood Dr., Raleigh 27609 
GO: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Ralph Delano, Rt. 1, Box 9, Benson 27504 
IGEN. CONF. DELEGATE: Ryan K. Eidson, 8900 Woodvine Ct. , Raleigh 27612 
IGO: DISTRICT LAY LEADER: Floyd R. Evans, 523 Forest Hill Dr. ,Goldsboro 27530 
BU: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: John W. Finley, 214 N. Cobb Ave., Burlington 27215 
RM: DIST. LAY LEADER: Robert Frazier, 215 Grace Dr., Wilson 27893 
GEN. BRD. HIGHER ED.: Mildred P. Fry, 2701 Hazelwood Dr., Raleigh 27608 
NB: DIST. LAY LEADER: Rhyne E. Garris, 792 River Ct. , Jacksonville 28540 
GEN. CONF. DELEGATE: Nelson Gibson, Jr., P O Box 66, Gibson 28343 
'DU: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Joseph L. Goehring, 2317 W. Club Dr., Durham 27705 
NB: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Riley Hamilton, 74 Webb Ct. , Morehead City 28557 
GEN. BRD. OF PUBLICATION: Bruce Hargrove, 1115 Kitt PI., Raleigh 276510 
FA: DIST. LAY LEADER: George M. Hariss, 640 Rayconda, Fayetteville 28304 
WI: DIST. LAY LEADER: Arvel E. Heafner, 1701 Lincoln Rd. , Wilmington 28403 
'CHAIR, RELIGION & RACE: Gwen Henderson, 607 Bessemer Cir. , Fayetteville 28301 
GR: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Charity Holland, 1-4 Kinston Apts. , Kinston 28501 
JURIS. CONF. DELEGATE: Jeane P. Jerome, 902 S. First St., Smithfield 27577 
UMW CONFERENCE PRES.: Jane Hook Johnson, Rt. 4, Box 221, Mebane 273 02 
CONF.ASST.DIR. YOUTH MIN. : Pam Lineberger, P O Box 10955, Raleigh 27605 
GEN . CONF . DELEGATE : Robby Lowry, 1010-12 Fayetteville Rd. , Rockingham 28379 
CHAIR, OUTDOOR & CAMPING: Beth Norris, 621 N. Main St., Louisburg 27549 
CONFERENCE LAY LEADER: J. Allen Norris, Jr., 621 N.Main St. , Louisburg 27549 
iGO: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Glenda Norton, 605 N. Raiford St., Selma 27576 
: CONF. ASST. DIR. , COMMUNICATIONS :Wilburn L.Norton Jr.,POBox 10955, Raleigh27605 
BU: DISTRICT LAY LEADER: Michael Parker, Rt. 1, Box 65, Hurdle Mills 27541 
EC: DIST. LAY LEADER: J. Stanley Peel, 1115 Park Dr., Elizabeth City 27909 
FA: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Eleanor Powell, 405 E. Powell St., Clinton 28328 
IRO: DIST. LAY LEADER: Dotsy Reynolds, 403 N. Randolph St., Rockingham 28379 



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RM: UMM DISTRICT PRES . : R. Kenyon Ripley, P O Box 185, Spring Hope 27882 
GEN. BRD. GLOBAL MIN. : Tibbie Roberts, 2004 Shepard St.,Morehead City 2857 
JURIS. CONF, DELEGATE: Jeanne Rouse, 1508 Princess St., Wilmington 28401 
GEN. CONF. DELEGATE: Margaret Saunders, Rt. 4 , Box 724 , Elizabeth City 27909 
SA: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Geraldine Shuskey, Rt. 2, Box 199, Pittsboro 27312 
NB: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Bobbi Simpson, 210 Belle Air St., Beaufort 28516 
JURIS. CONF. RESERVE: Jane L. Smith, 416 Normandy, Gary 27511 
UMY CONFERENCE PRES.: Andy Sneed, 125 Pine Cone Dr., Oxford 27565 
EC: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Juanita Staples, P O Box 106, South Mills 27976 
SA: DIST. LAY LEADER: Glenn R. Stevens, 507 Queens Rd., Sanford 27330 
CONFERENCE TREASURER: Herb Stout, P O Box 10955, Raleigh 27605 
WI: UMW DISTRICT PRES .: Mar jorie Stuckey,320 Live Oak Dr.,Yaupon Beach 2846 
GR: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: John Sugg, Rt. 1, Box 168, Hookerton 28538 
FA: UMM DISTRICT PRES.: Russell Taylor, Rt. 3, Box 265, Lillington 27546 
EXEC.DIR. ,MRH: L.Amos Tinnell, 2616 Erwin Rd. , 2616 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 
JURIS. CONF. DELEGATE: Ross E. Townes, 101 W. Alton St., Durham 27707 
JURIS. CONF. RESERVE: Ellis Henry Townsend,304 N. College St. ,Wallace28466 
CHAIR, HIGHER EDUCATION: James E. Vann, 808 Inlet View Dr. , Wilmington 284C 
JURIS. CONF. DELEGATE: Catharine Vick, 213 Dunhagen PI., Gary 27511 
RA: DIST. LAY LEADER: Thomas L. Walden, 1004 Winona, Raleigh 27609 
GR: DISTRICT LAY LEADER: Dick Walker, 509 E. Second St., Washington 27889 
JURIS. CONF. DELEGATE: Mary Whanger, 1712 Woodburn Rd. , Durham 27705 
UMM CONFERENCE PRES.: Ernest J. Wendell, 1308 Kent St., Durham 27707 
DU: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Louberne Whitfield, 3323 Thompson Rd. , Durham 277C 
BU: UMW DISTRICT PRES.: Anna Workman, Rt. 4, Box 599, Mebane 27302 

YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT MEMBERS - 1988 ANNUAL CONFERENCI 

Troy Page, P O Box 397, Yanceyville 27379 

Beth Freeman, 230 Woodhaven Rd. , Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Mrs. Devair Vickery, 411 Billingham Dr., Burlington 27215 

Yonica Watkins, 1018 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27712 

Jennifer Herman, 4013 Thetford Rd., Durham 27707 

Mary Lynn Osteen, 1314 Valley Run, Durham 27707 

Regina Henderson, 3449 Bennett Dr. , Fayetteville 28301 

Mary-Brett Salter, 404 Cape Fear Ave., Fayetteville 28303 

Paige Thome, 309 Palomar St., Fayetteville 28304 

Tracy Smith, Rt. 4, Box 291F, Mt. Olive 28365 

John Lewis 

Laura Smith, 617 Banks Ave., Goldsboro 27530 

Bryan Harris, Rt. 1, Box A3, Snow Hill 28580 

David Miller, P O Box 98, Snow Hill 28580 

Bess Edwards Sawyer, P O Box 508, Kinston 28501 

Kristie Warren, 1503 Kimberly Rd. , New Bern 28560 

Wendy Howell, 5203 Trentwood Dr., New Bern 28560 

Roy Brinson, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 38C, Grantsboro 28529 

Kari Brinson, Rt. 1, Box 38C, Grantsboro 28529 

Julie Cudd, 1117 Yorkshire Dr. , Gary 27511 

Charlie Stafford, 410 W. Noble St., Louisburg 27549 

Sue Ellen Nicholson, 2752 Middleton Ave., Apt. 27H, Durham 27705 

Chris Stith, Rt. 1, Box 183A, Sims 27880 

Kathryn Home, 124 Timberland Dr., Rocky Mount 27803 

Jennifer Kesler, 6730 Chris Cole Rd. , Sanford 27330 

David Kightlinger, 1502 Briarcliff Dr., Sanford 27330 

Thom Downing, Rt. 3, Box 406, Pittsboro 27312 

Chris Davis, 226 E. 11th St., Southport 28461 

DIAGONAL MINISTERS - 1988 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

D. Anthony Argo, 610 Greenleaf Dr.., Fayetteville 28303 

Bernice Ballance, P O Box 247, Lillington 27612 

Ethelynde Ballance, 58 N, Stewart St., Raeford 28376 

Margaret Anne Biddle, P O Box 2597, Burlington 27216 

C. Denise Conner, P O Box 728, Chapel Hill 27514 

Laura Davenport, P O Box 1423, Wilson 27893 

Carol R. Dell, 2616 Erwin Rd. , Durham 27705 

Brigitte Ann Freeman, 602-A E. Holly St., Goldsboro 27530 

Robert H. Garrison, Jr., 4616 Woodridge Dr., Raleigh 27612 

Irene Gattis, 2467 Foxworth Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

David M. Hines, 1401 S. College Rd. , Wilmington 28403 

Robert L. Huckaby, Jr., 6624 Lynndale St., Raleigh 27612 

Harold D. Jacobs, Rt. 3, Box 196, Maxton 28364 

Marilyn Johnson, 1408 Kimberly Rd. , New Bern 28560 

Mary Jane Norton, P O Box 840, Nashville, TN 37202 



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icoma O'Connor, 513 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham 27703 
ma W. Offutt, Box 1143, Kinston 28501 

Donald Penley, 284 Liberty Rd. , Chandler 28715 
)is H. Stocks, Rt. 3, Box 88, Greenville 27834 
:ephen W. Vaughan III, 2000 E. Sixth St., Greenville 27834 
. Gail Walker, 344 Raleigh St., Hamlet 28345 
Llliam J. Weisser, 228 W. Edenton St., Raleigh 27603 
Lchard J. Williams, 410 S- Fourth St., Smithfield 27577 
2slie C. Womack, Rt. 2, Box 333, Vanceboro 28586 



1988-1989 CONFERENCE MEMBERS IN FULL CONNECTION, 
ROLL AND PASTORAL RECORD OF 

Note: This was formerly the Chronological Roll and is now alphabetically arranged for greati 
convenience and to provide a listing of the service records of conference mefnbers in full connectioi 
both effective and retired. These records include only service in the North Carolina Conferenc 
Please note that service years vary in value and the Conference Board of Pensions evaluate each ye 
of service in terirs of annuity credit. The figures in the right hand colunn indicate the number 
years service under episcopal appointment to the North Carolina Conference after being receiv 
into the Conference. All questions concerning years applicable to annuity credits should 
directed to the Board of Pensions. 

Editor 

~"~~~ ~" Appointme 

LP Years N 

NAME Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includi 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yea 



ADAMS, DENNIS MARION E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 

Roanoke Rapids, First Assoc, 1976- Goldsboro, Pine Forest, 1978; Campus Minister, Methodist 

College, 1980; Leave of Absence, 1984; Fayetteville: Camp Ground. Assoc, 1988. 
AILLS, LOVELL ROY 5 E Wilmington 1*59 1959 1961 

Lucama-Brietz Memorial, 1959; Providence, 1969; Hamlet-Fellowship, 1964; Pikeville- 

Jefferson, 1969; Wi lmington:Pine Val ley, 1974; Zebulon, 1977; Durham:Bethany, 1983; 

Clayton, 1*88. 
AITKEN, PAUL WESLEY 1 R Charleston, W.Va. 1952 1952 1955 

Trans, from W. Va., 1954;Leasburg, 1952;Roper, 1955;Duke Hospital, Chaplain, 1956;Reti red, 1987. 
ALEXANDER, FRANKLIN LEE LA Fayetteville 1977 1972 

Fletcher's Chapel, 1979; Disability Leave, 1981; Leave of Absence. 1982; Ellis Chapel, 1984. 
ALEXANDER, GAYLE THOMAS R New Bern 1957 1957 I960 

Trans, from Kentucky, 1950; Hebron- Chestnut Ridge, 1956; Trinity, 1962; Webb Avenue- Trinity, 

1969; Clinical Chaplain, Alamance Co. Mental Health Center, 1972; Retired, 1984. 
ALEXANDER, JOSEPH CULBRETH, Jr. E New Bern 1*57 1957 1961 

Chapel Hill: Orange, 1958: Creedmoor, 1960; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1965: Ohio Univ. 

Grad. School, 1969; W.Carolina Univ. ,Asst. Prof .of Speech Comm.& Rhetoric, 1973. 
ALLEN, DANNY GREGORY • 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 

Bethesda, 1971; Tarboro, St. James Assoc, 1972; Franklin, 1973; Franklinton, 1975; 

Mt. Zion, 1977; Wendell, 1983; Warsaw, 1987. 
ALLEN, FRANK BRUCE 3 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 

Leah's Chapel-Shi loh (LP), 1980; Mattamuskeet, 1983; Robersonvi lie, 1987. 
ALLEN, GORDON EDMOND, JR. 7.5 E Durham 1961 1956 1958 

Nash Charge, 1953; Seven Springs, 1956; Providence- Falling Creek, 1957; Currituck, 

1961; South Mills, 1963; Kittrell-Plank Chapel, 1966; Person Street, 1970- Wesley's Chapel, 

1972; Center, 1973; Sabbatical, 1974- Harrels, 1975; Midway-Bethlehem, 1977; Jerusalem- 

Zion, 1979; Al lensvi I le-Trini ty, 1982; Kipling-Cokesbury,l986; Garland, 1988. 
ALLRED, SUSAN LUTZ E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 

Saxapahaw, 1983; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1987. 
ANDREWS, CHESTER J. R Greenville 1931 1933 1935 

Scotts Hill, 1932: Maysville, 1933- Warsaw, 1937: Avenue -Fountain Place, 1940; Maxton, 

1945; Chadbourn. 1948; Rosemary. 1949; Robbins, 1953; Ahoskie, 1957; Mount Gilead, 1960; 

Fifth Avenue, 1*64; Hertford, 1*68; Retired, 1*72. 
ANDREWS, JOHN CLEVELAND E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1965 

Duke Div. School, 1959; Jerusalem-Zion, 1960; City Road, 1964; Littleton, 1968; Maury-Mt. 

Herman, 1970; Hollands, 1975; Elm City, 1980; Northancton, 19&4. 
ARMSTRONG, EDWARD PORTER 1 R Wilson 1958 1958 1961 

Assoc, 1955- Waccamaw, 1958; Union Chapel, 1962; Fremont, 1964; Riverside, 1968; 

Riverdale, 1*69; Pamlico Parish: Associate, 1976; Retired, 1987. 
ARMSTRONG RALPH MARTIN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 

Macon, 1979; GR: Jarvis Memorial, Assoc, 1982; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1986; Jamesvi lie, 1988. 
AUMAN, JAMES ALBERT 1 R Elizabeth City 1947 1^52 1954 

Stern, 1947: Four Oaks, 1947; Fayetteville Circuit, 1951; Cane Ground 1954; Hertford 1956; 

Garner, 1961; Association of Methodist Colleges, Raleigh, 1964; Highland, 1969; 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1972; Wilmington District Superintendent, 1975; Henderson: 

First, 1981; Graham: First, 1984; Retired, 1988. 
AYCOCK, JOHNNIE D. R Elizabeth City 1947 1947 1949 

Rocky Mount: First, Assoc. & Ed. Director, 1948; Scotland Neck, 1949; Lumberton Circuit, 

1953; Ellerbe,1957; Saxapahaw, 1960; West End, 1964; Wi lson:Winstead, 1968; Snow Hi 1 1 :Calvary, 

1973; Havelock:First, 1975; Warsaw,1977; Fremont, 1981; Maxton:St. Paul, 1985; Retired, 1988. 
BAILEY JAMES HERBERT 5 E wllson 1958 1*58 1^60 

South Carolina Conf. 1953; Western NC Conf., 1955; Trans. NC Conf., 1956; Elm City, 

1956; West Nash, 1961; Weldon, 1965; Chestnut St., 1968; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 

1984, Wilmington District Superintendent, 1984; Gary: White Plains, 1987. 
BAKER, RANDALL E Knoxville, Tenn. 195^ 1955 1957 

Trans, from Holston Conf., 1956; Glendon, 1956; Haw River, 1957; Pittsboro, 1960; West 

Burlington, 1968; Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1*74; Wilmington: Wesley Memorial, 1978; Kinston: 

Queen St., 1982; Elizabeth City District Superintendent, 1987. 
BALDRIDGE, ROBERT LEE % E Greenville 1956 1957 1959 

Red Oaks- Yorks Chapel, 1956; Pinetops-Conetoe, 1959; Glenwood, 1964; Conway, 1965; 

Macedonia, 1968; Salem, 1973; Coordinator, Leadership and Development and Adult Work, 

Conference Council on Ministries, 1974; Wi Im: Grace, 1980; Assoc. Oir. Conf. COM, 1983; 

Goldsboro: St. Paul, 1985. 
BAME, ROBERT L. E Rocky Mount 1943 1943 1945 

West Halifax, 1943; Pikeville, 1947; La Grange, 1951; Southern Pines, 1954; Fifth 

?ol?"®S '^'i Hertford: First^ 1964; Tarboro: St. James, 1968; Roxboro: Long Memorial, 

1973; Raleigh: Millbrook, 1977: Retired, 1983. 
BANKS, DAVID ARNOLD 1 E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1987 

Morehead City: St. Peter's (LP), 1984; Morehead City: St. Peter's. 1985. 
BARBER, MORRIS LEE 4 E Ohio 1967 1967 1969 

Trans, from Ohio Conf .1967; Pleasant Green, 1967;Banks-Grove Hi II, 1969;Bahama:Mt. Bethel, 1973; 
„.!i;?2'^®^^^® ^'"°°''^^"^' ^^^'- Pleasant Hill, 1982; Roanoke, 1986; Pinebluff, 1988. 
BARBER, WILSON EDWARD E 1969 W69 1974 

Grace, 1969- Raleigh: Franklin 1971; Mt. Zion, 1973; Erwin, 1975; Fayetteville: St. 

Andrews, 1979; Kitty Hawk, 1983; Rocky Mt.: Englewood, 1987; Wilmington: Grace, 1988. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



VRBOUR, BERRY OTHA 8 E Fayetteville 1974 1969 1977 U 

Wesley Memorial, 1966; Cotton, 1968; Hoke Ct., 1969; Kipling, 1972; GatesviUe, 1977; 
Durham: St. Paul, 1981 ;Raleigh:St. James, 1986; Aberdeen: Page Memorial, 1987. 

^RFIELD, WARREN CLARK E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 15 

Wilmington: Wesley Memorial Assoc, 1975; Jerusalem-Bethel, 1977; Saxapahaw, 1979; Walnut 
Grove, 1984;Sharon, 1986; Glendon, 1987. 

^RRETT, TROY J. R Henderson 1946 1946 1948 40 

Dir. of Youth Work & State Dir. of Student Work, Durham, 1946; Broadway, 1949: Methodist 
Home for Children, 1952; Zebulon-Wendel I, 1954; Zebulon, 1955- Wesley Memorial: Warrenton, 
1959; Gary: First United, 1964; New Bern: Centenary United, 1969; Jarvis Memorial, 1970; 
Durham: Epworth, 1974; Laurinburg: First, 1977; Smithfield: Centenary, 1981; LiUington, 1984. 
Retired, 1986. 

^SS, WALTON NEEDHAM R Durham 1953 1953 1953 

Routemont (Supply), 1951; Wooding ton -Webb, 1953; Beech Grove, 1956: Trenton, 1959; Norman 1963; 
Cary: White Plains, 1966; Durham: Wellons Village, 1967; Sabbatical Leave, 1969* Supernumerary, 
1970; Honarable Location, 1977; Readmitted into full connection and retired, 1985. 
lANE, KENNETH E. E Wilmington 1951 1951 1951 34 

Air Force Chaplain, Lake Charles, LA, 1952; London, England, 1953; Maxton: St. Pauls, 
1954; Air Force Chaplain, Duluth, MN., 1955; Swepsonvi I le, 1958; U.S. Air Force Chaplain, 
1960-1972: Retired from USA F, 1972- Sabbatical Leave, 1973; Fayetteville, Hay Street 
Assoc, 1974; Leave of Absence, 1975; Parkton, 1978; Sabbatical, 1985;Parkton,1986. 
IDSWORTH, ELLIS JENNINGS E Fayetteville 1955 1955 1958 33 

Vanceboro Circuit, 1956; Beech Grove, 1959; La Grange, 1961; New Bern: Trinity, 1967; 
Bethel, 1973; Plymouth, 1986. 

;ES0N, GILBERT WARD, JR. E Durham 1961 1961 1963 27 

Culbreth Memorial, 1963; Chaplain, USAF, 1969. 

;LL, JAMES DOUGLAS E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 6 

Rocky Mt: Associate, First, 1982; Enf ield-Eden, 1^85. 

;NFIELD, jack MONROE 6 E Burlington 1964 1966 1968 24 

Harper's , 1956; Wesley Chapel, 1957; Franklin: Trinity, 1959; Spring Hill, 1961; Vance, 
1963; Garner, 1972; Kenansville Circuit, 1973; Fremont, 1976; Apex, 1981; Zebulon, 1987. 
;RGLAND, JOHN K. E Fayetteville 1976 1950 1955 12 

Transferred from West Ohio, 1976: Prof. Duke Div. School, 1976; Ral: Exec. V.P. Meth. 
Foundation Inc., 1983; Fayetteville: Haymount, 1985. 

;RGLAND, ROBERT E. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 5 

Henderson: City Road, 1979; Bahama: Mount Bethel, 1983; Clinton: Grace, 1988. 

;ST, NANCY RUTH E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 14 

Lebanon, 1974; Harrel Isvi I le, 1976; Fayetteville: Wesley Heights, 1978; Belgrade- 
Tabernacle, 1980; Four Oaks, 1983;Appointed to Attend Sch., 1986. 

;THEA, JOSEPH BENJAMIN E WNC 1977 1954 1956 11 

Transferred from Western North Carolina, 1977; Rockingham District Superintendent, 1977; 
Administrative Assistant to Bishop, 1983; Raleigh District Superintendent, 1986. 

DEAUX, RENE 0. E Fayetteville 1955 1956 1958 18 

Sandhill Circuit, 1955; Missionary to Costa Rica, 1959; Transferred to New England Conf., 
1965; Transferred from So. New England Conf. 1980; Dir., Hinton Rural Life Ctr., 1980; Assoc. 
Gen. Sec, Gen.Brd.of Glcb.Min. .Nat .Div. , 1981; Chapel Hill: Orange, 1988. 

SSETTE, LESTER CEFARE 2 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 29 

Battleboro, 1955; Richlands Circuit, 1956; Pasquotank, 1957; Belhaven, 1959; Browning- 
Smith, 1961; Lovejoy-Macedonia, 1964: Pleasant Hill, 1965; Cumberland, 1974; Pine Bluff, 
1975; Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1981; Spring Hill, 1984. 

ZZELL, HENRY A. .75 E Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 37 

Waccamaw Circuit, 1948; GatesviUe, 1951; Raleigh: St. Mark, 1956; Fairview, I960; Lake 
Waccamaw,1964; Cordova, 1967; Pembroke: First, 1968; Benson, 1972; Manteo: Mt. Olivet, 
1973; Richlands, 1977; Ayden, 1981; Hertford, 1984; Swepsonvi I le, 1988. 

ACK, BOBBY CARL E New Bern 1957 1957 1959 31 

Durham: Aldersgate, 1958; Schilling AFB, Kansas, 1959; Mildenhall AB, England, 1961; 
Little Rock AFB, AK., 1964; Clark AB. Republic of Philippines, 1967; Davis-Montham AFB, 
AZ., 1969; Thule AFB, Greenland, 1972; Nellis AFB, NE, 1973; Langley AFB, 1977; Bitburg 
Air Base, Germany, 1980;US Space Command, Col .Springs, CO, 1983;Chapl . ,Pinehurst Vi 1 1 .Chapel ,1987. 
ACKBURN, LINWOOD E. R Durham 1941 1941 1941 40 

Missionary Candidate, Board of Missions, 1941; Missionary to Angola, Board of Missions, 
1943; Pembroke: First, 1949; Missionary to Angola, Board of Missions, 1952; Board of 
Missions Executive, 1958; Assoc, Wilson: First, 1972; Retired, 1981. 

ANCHARD, DIANE CHRISTIANSON LA Col legevi I le,MN 1981 1981 1986 7 

Greenville:St. James Assoc(OM), 1984; Transf.MN Conf. ,1985; Goldsboro:St. Luke, Assoc. , 1986; 
Leave of Absence, 1988. 

ANCHARD, RANDY COY E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 4 

Bell Arthur, 1984; Goldsboro: Salem, 1986. 

ANCHARD, GEORGE FRANKLIN 9 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 14 

St. John's, 1965; Rocky Point, 1966; Bethel -Lebanon, 1967; Harrel Is, 1968; Rich 
Square, 1969; Durham: Branson, 1972; Kipl ing-Cokesbury, 1981; Pinebluff, 1984; Shallotte- 
Camp, 1988. 

ANKENHORN, RICHARD ROBERT 7 E Durham 1961 1957 1961 27 

Hartowe-Oak Grove, 1954; Dover Circuit, 1957; Airboro, 1960; Jenkins Memorial, 1965; 
Roseboro, 1971; Edenton, 1977, Mt. Sylvan, 1984. 

UE, JOHN R. 2 E Maryville, Mo. 1952 1955 1956 36 

Trans. Mo. East Conf. , 1950; Vanceboro Circuit, 1954; Trans, to Mo. East Conf., 1956; 
Trans, from Mo. East Conf., St. John's , 1958; Princeton, 1959; Salem 1963; Union Grove, 
1967; Chaplain VA Center, Martinburg, Va., 1968; Chaplain, VA Hospital, 1971. 

)GGS, CLYDE S. R Winchester, Ky. 1934 1936 1938 39 

Trans, from Ky. Conf., 1937; Newport. 1937; Aurora, 1941; Chaplain, USA, 1943; Lakewood, 
1946; Mt. Gilead, 1951; Haymount, 1954; Clinton, 1957; Dist. Supt., Wilmington, 1961; 
Steele St., 1966; Richlands, 1970; Retired, 1973. 

)GIE, EDWARD FRANKLIN E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 14 

Lee's Chapel -Warren's Grove (SLP),1974; DU:Grace,1977; Marrow's Chapel, 1983; DU:Carr, 1985. 
)NE, JESSE V. E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 25 

Salemburg, 1962; Front Street, 1964; Saxapahaw, 1966; Fuquay-Varina, 1970; Emmanuel, 1976; 
Trans. Ok. Conf., 1978-Trans. to NC Conf. ,1979; Winstead, 1979; Burl ington:Davis St. ,1983; 
Wilmington: Trinity, 1988. 



Appointmen 

L.P. Years No 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includin 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Year 



BOONE, DANIEL C. 6 R Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1945 

Walstonburg, 1937; Robersonvi I le, 1938; Little Ct., 1942; Person St., 1945; Bynam, 1946; 

Garland, 1948; Dover, 1949; Pink Hill, 1950; Pinetops, 1953; Bladen, 1955; Moncure, 1958; 

Norman, 1961; West End, 1963; Halifax, 1964; Stokes, 1968; Retired, 1968. 
BOONE, PAUL WENDELL E Harrisonburg, Va. 1956 1956 1958 

Transferred from VA Conf.,1957; Dublin, 1957; Lake Waccamaw, 1959; Carthage, 1963; Christ, 

1969; Trinity, 1970; Whi tevi I le, 1974; Rocky Mount: Engl ewood, 1979; Roxboro; Long Mem., 1982; 

Morehead City: First, 1988. 
BOONE, SIDNEY GRANT R Durham 1941 1943 1945 

Sandy Cross, 1941; Robersonvi I le, 1945; Clark St., 1948; Norlina, 1951; Wendell, 1955; 

Williamston, 1959; Asbury, 1964; Dunn: Divine St., 1968; WI : Trinity, 1973- Retired. 1977. 
BOSTICK, JOSEPH KENT R Goldsboro 1945 1947 1949 

Marvin, 1945; Kenly, 1947; Seaboard, 1951; EUerbe, 1952; Lyon Memorial, 1955; Webb 

Avenue, 1958; Wesley Memorial, 1962; Mount Olive, 1966; Siler City: First, 1968; Mt. Sylvan, 

1971; Fayetteville:Christ,1975; Rose Hi 1 1, 1978; Carthage, 1980;Knightdale, 1984;Reti red. 1987. 
BOWDEN, REUBEN LAWRENCE. JR. E Fayetteville 1982 1982 198fi 

Mt. Sylvan, Assoc, 1^88. 
BOWMAN, DANIEL DWIGHT 2 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1969 

Moncure, 1964; Seaboard, 1967; Mi lHaukee,1972; Rainbow, 1977; City Road, 1979- Gatesvi lie, 1984. 
BOYETTE, LINWOOO CLAYTON 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 

Lovejoy-Macedonia, 1971: South Camden, 1977; Morehead City: Franklin Memorial, 1979; 

Robersonvi lie, 1982; Weldon, 1986. 
BOYKIN, WILLIAM ALTON E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1984 

Hightower, 1982; Efland, 1985. 
BRADLEY, DAVID GILBERT R Long Beach, CA. 1939 1941 1948 

Duke University, Dept. of Religion, Asst. Prof., 1949; Assoc. Prof., 1959; Full Prof., 

1970; Retired, 1981. 
BRADSHAW, FRANCIS CONNOR E Greenville 1963 1963 1966 

Cedar Grove, 1964; Bonlee, 1966; Rocky Mt.:First, Min. of Ed., 1968: Elizabeth City: 

City Road, 1971; Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1977: Wilmington: Grace, 1983; Smithfield: 

Centenary, 1988. 
BRADY, WILLIAM HERMAN R Fayetteville 1939 1939 1941 

Ocracoke-Portsmouth, 1939; Vancesboro, 1941; Stedman, 1945; Voluntary Location, 1946; 

West End (LP), 1946; Old Hundred (LP), 1954; Readmitted, 1982; Retired, 1982. 
BRANCH, JOHNNY HOBBS E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 

Elizabeth City: Pasquotank, 1973; Calvary, 1974; Mt. Zion, 1978; Smith, 1983; Concord, 1988. 
BRASWELL, KERMIT LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1964 

Verona, 1960; Gilburg Charge, 1961; Knightdale, 1964; Fremont, 1968; Raleigh: Westover, 

1969; Kinston: Queen St., 1975; Dist. Superintendent, Elizabeth City, 1980; Raleigh: 

Hayes-Barton, 1984; Assist, to the Bishop, 1986. 
BRASWELL, WILLIAM EDWARD 1 E Fayetteville 1979 1972 1981 

Union Grove, 1971; Leave of Absence, 1974; Discontinued, 1976; Readmitted, 1979; Assoc, 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1979; Cordova, 1981; Snow Hill: Calvary Mem., 1985. 
BROADWELL, ALAN RAY E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 

Roanoke Rapid:First, Assoc, 1979; Rocky Mount Parish, 1981; Rainbow, 1984. 
BROOKS, REX EUGENE E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1984 

Cobb Circuit, 1984; Pinetops-Hart, 1985; Durham: Bethany, 1988. 
BROWN, CHESTER D. R Greensboro 1951 1952 1953 

Glendon, 1951; Branson, 1955: Havelock: First, 1958; Laurel Hill, 1960; West Burlington, 

1963; Bethesda, (Fairmont), 1968; Vass, 1970; Trinity, 1975; Go: Pine Forest, 1980; 

Salem, 1984; Disability Leave, 1986; Retired, 1987. 
BROWN, JAMES C.P. E Kinston 1950 1950 1952 

Saxapahaw, 1950; Pittsboro,1954- FA: Lyon Memorial, 1958; WI:Sunset Park, 1962; Williamston, 

1966; Kinston: Westminister, 1971; Morehead City: First, 1975; Rockingham: First, 1979; 

Dist. Superintendent Sanford Dist. , 1983. 
BROWN, LISA ANN E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Wilson: First, Assoc, 1988. 
BROWN, PHILLIP S. E So. New Jersey 1973 1960 1962 

Trans, from Texas, 1973; Exec. Dir., Episcopal Home for Aging, Southern Pines, 1973. 
BROWN RALPH ALAN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 

Wilhston, 1980; Greenvi I le:Assoc. ,St. James, 1982; Greenvi I le:Holy Trini ty, 1984. 
BROWN, SAMUEL HOYT 3 E Va. Beach, Va. 1959 1^59 1961 

Trans, from Va., 1959; Franklin Memorial, 1962; Queens Creek-Oak Grove, 1964- Wei Ions 

Village 1966; Kipl ing-Cokesbury, 1967; Maxton: St. Paul, 1971; Gardners, 1976; Hope 

Hills, 1978; East Rockingham, 1982; New Bern: Trinity, 1986. 
BROWN, WESLEY FREELAND E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 

Student, 1974; Hayes Barton Assoc, 1976; Moncure, 1978; Sp. Appt., Dir. Dev. & Alumni 

Affairs, Duke Div. Sch., 1982. 
BROWNING, PAUL CASTO 3 R Buckhanon.W.Va. 1953 1954 1956 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf., 1953; Burlington Circuit, 1953; Wrightsville Beach, 1956; 

Sunset Park, 1960; Trinity Fairmont, 1961; Long Memorial -Roxboro, 1965; Trini ty-Jacksonvi lie, 

1969; Wilmington:Trinity, 1972: Morehead City:First, 1973; Adm. , Wesley Manor, 1975; Adm., 

Harrison House, 1981 ;Adm. , Meridian Nurs.Ctr. , 1984;Adm/CEO,Ravenswood V 1 1. Care Ctr.,1986; 

Retired, 1988. , , / . 

BROWNLEE, DAVID EDWARD E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 

St. Marks, Assoc. 1977; Asbury, 1979; Exec.Sec.,New Church Dev. ,GBGM, Natl .Div. , 1987; 

Durham: Trinity, 1988. 
BRUNSON, JESSE E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 

Raleigh: Wilson Temple, 1987. 
BRYAN, JAMES LAWSON E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 

Asst., Trinity, 1960; Roc'; Creek. 1961; Silk Hope, 1962; Efland, 1965; Chaplain, US Army, 

1967; Burlington: St. Luke's, 196l; Goldsboro: Salem, 1982; Kenly-Buckhorn, 1984; Roanoke, 1988. 
PRYANT, CHARLES VERNON 1 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 

Trans, from Ohio Conf ., 1958; Broadway, 1958; Grace, 1963; Lillington, 1968; Gardner: First 

1970; Chapel Hill: University, 1974; Fayetteville: Hay St., 1978; Lumberton: Chestnut 

Street, 1980; Sp. Appoint., Com. Leadership Dev. and Adult Coord., 1982; Raleigh:St .Marks, 1988. 
BRYANT TERRY ABBOTT 1 E Fayetteville 19^6 1976 1978 

Franklin Circuit, 1975; Spring Hope, 1977; Bu: St. Pauls, 1980; Carthage, 1988. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



)Y, ROBERT FRANCIS E New Bern 1957 1957 1960 31 

•ans. from Ky. Conf., 1957; Swan Quarter-Fairf ield, 1957; Riverside, 1961; Princeton, 1966; 
jrhamrCarr, 1970; Li Uington,1976; Jacksonvi I le:Northwoods, 1980; Robbins:Tat)ernacle 1987. 
I, PAUL GRAYSON 1 E Fayetteville 1955 1956 195$ 33 

•oy Circuit, 1955; Carver's Creek, 1958; BO. of Missions: Congo, 1959; Bethesda, 1962; 
illbrook, 1968; Rockingham: First, 1971; Fayetteville, Haymount, 1975; Rocky Mount: 
irst, 1980; Admin. Methodist Retirement Home, 1983. 

!ESS, ROY 0. R Fayetteville 1973 1960 1962 12 

■ans. from Fla., 1973; Wanchese, 1973; New Hope -Wood I and, 1978; Atlantic, 1980; Retired, 1985. 
ISIDE, HOBART WILLIAM, JR. E Fayetteville 1971 1962 196A 17 

;w Hope-Purley, 1971- Carver's Creek. 1972; Wesley Heights, 1975; Clinton Circuit, 1976; 
)ring-Garysbury, 1980; Milwaukee, 1983; Norman, 1988. 

lER, RUFUS ERNEST III E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 7 

nnakeet,1982;Creswell,1984;Rocky Mt. : First, Assoc, 1985:Goldsboro:New Hope, 1987; LaGrange,1987. 
;ON,JOHN D. E Fayetteville 1977 11 

•ans. from Minn., 1977; Beech Grove, 1977; Hamlet: Fellowship, 1980; St. John-Gibson, 
>83. 

IS, LEONARD C. E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1976 17 

irlington, St. Luke, 1971; Chaplain, Va. 1975; Chaplain, Shelby Hospital, 1976. 

I, ALBERT DEWITT, JR. E Kinston 1950 1955 1956 38 

irvers Creek, 1950; Stedman, 1953; Person St., 1955; Plymouth, 1958: Whiteville, 1962; 
■oy:Trinity, 1966; Grace, :970; Weldon, 1971; Raleigh: Millbrook, 1W; Clinton: First, 
>77; Elizabeth City: First, 1981; Henderson: First, 198A; Kitty Hawk, 1987. 

I, DOUGLAS LEON 3 E Rocky Mt. 1960 1960 1962 28 

indor, 1957; Carolina Beach: St. Pauls, 1960; Mt. Sylvan, 1964; Siler City: First, 1971; 
saufort: Ann Street, 1975; Ral:Chi Idren's Home, 1981 ;Ex.VP,UM Foundation, Inc. ,1985. 
I, NATHAN HOOKS E Richmond, Va. 1958 1960 1962 30 

ideral Point, 1952; Andrews-Soapstone, 1956; Trans, to Va. Conf., 1957: From Va. Conf. 
»59: Newland-Grace, 1959; Asbury-Pineview, 1963; Glendale Heights, 1964; Carrboro, 1968; 
loskie, 1973; Goldsboro: St. Lufee, 1978; Sp. Apptmt., Dir. Pub. Rel., Meth. Ret. Homes, 
>82. 

;R0N, ANGUS MCKAY E Brookland.NY 1951 1951 1953 37 

■ans. from N.Y. East Conf., 1954; Mattamusket, 1954; Northhampton, 1960; Evansdale- 
ack Creek, 1966; Fayetteville: St. Andrews, 1969; Candor, 197'5; Goldston, 1981. 

;R0N, HUGH HARRIS E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 26 

netops, 1964: Rocky Mount:First, 1966; West End. 1968: Chapel Hill: Amity, 1971; 
)uncil on Ministries Staff. 1976; Mt. Sylvan, 1980; Smithfield: Centenary, 1984; 
lyetteville: Hay Street, 1988. 

'BELL, CURTIS WILLIAM 2 E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 9 

)rlina, 1977; Burlington: Grace, 1982; Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1987. 

'BELL, DENNIS M. E Fayetteville 1968 1968 15 

irham: Trinity, 1973; Assist. Prof, and Chairman Dept. of Religion, Converse College, 
>74; Dir., Cont. Ed., Duke Divinity, 1979; Dean, Duke Divinity School, 1983. 

'BELL, JERRY DEAN E 2 

■ansfer from N.Texas, 1986; Vice Provost for Lib. Affairs, Librarian, Duke Univ. ,1986. 
'S, CLINGMAN CARTER 2 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 29 

ttsboro, 1957; Haw River, 1961; Murf reesboro, 1965- Sanford: Jonesboro, 1971; 
chlands, 1973; Snow Hill, 1977; Havelock:First, 196l; Disability Leave, 1984. 

lEN, BILLY MCCOY E Durham 1961 1961 1963 27 

lybrook-Massey, 1961; New Sharon, 1963; Concord-Oak Grove, 1964; St. Matthews, 1969; 
irham- St. Paul. 1970; Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary, 1974; Kinston: Westminister, 1977; 
irfreesboro, 1980; Ayden, 1984. 

ION, ERIC E Fayetteville 1957 1957 14 

•ans. from Irish Conf., 1974; Dir. Fayettevi lie Urban Ministries, 1974; Fayetteville: 
ilbreth Memorial, 1977; Raleigh:Trinity, 1980; Fairmont, 1984; Durham:Duke Memorial, 1987. 
ER, THEODORE VON 5 E Fayetteville 1968 1958 1970 20 

inford Circuit, 1965; Granville-Vance, 1967; Raleigh: Wilson Temple, 1972; Laurinburg: 
ililee, 1983; Raleigh: Cokesbury, 1987. 

DAY, HENRY WARREN E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1982 11 

icama-Sims, 1976; Laurinburg: Central, 1979; Mt. Zion, 1983; Fairview, 1985. 

•FIN, J. CLAUDE E Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1945 44 

juisburg Circuit, 1943; Swan Quarter, 1945; Murf reesboro, 1947; Perquimmons, 1951; Rich 
luare, 1952; Duke's Chapel, 1954: Robbins, 1958; Carrboro, 1962; Mt. Gilead, 1964; Selma 
>69; Plymouth, 1970; Raleigh: Trinity, 1973; Hope Mills, 1975; Southport, 1978; 
ileigh: Wesley Memorial, 1982; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel, 1984; Salem (Person Co.), 1986. 
IDLER, DANIEL ROSS E Rocky Mt. 1960 1960 1968 22 

ist.Prof,Baruch College, City Univ. of NY,1971;Rudgers Univ. ,1977;Prof . ,NY Inst. of Tech. ,1987. 
IDLER, GEORGE P. E Pulaski Tn. 1958 1961 1961 30 

■ans. from Tenn. Conf., 1958; Student, Emory Univ., 1959; Instructor, Methodist College 
>63; Student: Emory University, 1966; Professor, Columbia College, 1967; Student, Union 
leogolical, 1975; Columbia Coll., Prof., 1981. 

:K, WILLIAM HOYT R Raleigh 1954 1954 1954 31 

lion, 1954- Jefferson, 1957; Glenwood-Trinity, 1958; Seaboard, 1961- South River, 1965; 
)nway, 1968; Roanoke Circuit, 1969; Belmont, 1971; Lemon-Springs, 1978; Rox: Longhurst, 
>80; Salem, 1982; Retired, 1985. 

fZEM, CLYDE BURTON 1 E Rocky Mt. 1966 1958 1961 21 

idgeville, 1956- Bethel -Ebenezer, 1961; South Synor, 1963; South Camden, 1965; Havelock: 
lerry Point, 1972; Old Dock, 1975; Leave of Absence, 1978; Snead's Ferry, 1980; 
irrol's Chapel, 1984; Morehead City: Franklin Mem., 1987. 

iRY, CORBIN LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1963 27 

ith, 1963; Jefferson,1965;Chapl.,1968;Chapl. USA, 1971 ;Chapl. to NISA,1974;Chapl .VA Med. Ct r. , 1984. 
[SMON, HAROLD M. 7 E Chapel Hill 1969 1967 1971 19 

lion-Newbegun, 1962; Snead's Grove- Tabernacle, 1966; Elm City, 1973; Raleigh: Trinity, 
?75; Vass, 1980; Hope Mills, 1985. 

!KE, WILLIAM THOMAS E Memphis 1959 1961 1964 27 

jw Bern Circuit, 1957; Assoc, Washington, 1961; Hebron-Roper, 1962: Kinston Circuit, 
>63; Bethel. 1965: Kenansvi lie-Woodland, 1967; Disability Leave, 1970; Elizabeth City: 
iverside, 1971; Disability Leave, 1972: Pink Hill, 1973; New Bern: Riverside. 1977; 
jrlington: St. Pauls, 1978; Tyrrell, 1981 ;Wanchese:Bethany, 1982; Hatteras, 1?>87; 
Id Dock, 1988. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

NAME Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 

CLAYTON, RICHARD THOMAS E Fayettevile 198A 198A 1988 

Rocky Mount: St. Paul, 1988. 
CLEMENTS, WILLIAM EARL E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 15 

Gaston, 1973; Caledonia, 1976; Creswell, 1979; Rockingham: Glenwood, 1983: Perquimans, 1985. 
CLIFT, DAVID SPENCER E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 14 

Student, 1974; Orange, 1976; Kinston: Westminster, 1985. 
CLINE, JOHN MAXWELL .50 R Henderson 1946 1946 1948 42 

Duplin Circuit, 1945; Bynum Charge, 1948; Durham: Bethany, 1952; Beaufort: Ann Street, 

1957; Siler City: First, 1961; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1964; Burlington: Front Street, 

1970; Rocky Mt., District Superintendent, 1974; Raleigh: Highland, 1980; Retired, 1988. 
COBB, JR., ARNOLD GENE E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 7 

Raleigh: Layden Memorial, 1981: Norlina, 1983; Rocky Mt. Parish, 1987. 
COILE, JAMES HENRY 4 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1970 21 

Kenly, 1963- Lucama, 1963- Bethlehem- Shady Grove, 1966; Oriental (Pamlico Parish), 1970; 

Trenton, 1971; Hubert, 1976; Hebron, 1977; GO: Providence, 1980. 
COLLINS, THOMAS ASA E Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 45 

Gatesville, 1944; Wesley Memorial, 1949; Ex. Sec.Bd. of Missions,1953;Pres. .Wesleyan Col I ., 

1959; Roanoke Rapids:Fi rst, 1975; Raleigh:St. Marks, 1980;Asst. to Bishop & Cab. for Church Ext., 

1986; Raleigh District Superintendent, 1988. 1 

COMMANDER, RICHARD T. R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 38 

Northgates,1950; Elizabeth City:Riverside, 1954; Hamlet:Fel lowship, 1959; Burlington: I 

Faith, 1960; Fayettevi Ue:Campground, 1965; Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1969; Raleigh: Fairmont, 

1971; Greenville, Dist.Supt., 1975;Jacksonvi lle:Trinity, 1981 , Durham, Duke Mem. , 1986; Carrboro, 

1987; Retired, 1^88. 
COMPTON, STEPHEN CHARLES E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1981 V 

Student Pastor, Chestnut Ridge, 1978; Salem (Person County), 1980; Gary: St. Francis, 1983. 
CONNOR, WILLIAM OLIVER 6 R New Bern 1957 1953 1956 211 

Mattamusket,1951; Warren Circuit, 1953; Salem, 1957; Salemburg, 1958; Ebenezer-Westwood, I 

1962; Northgates, 1964; Lumberton Circuit, 1966; Roberdell, 1970; Bonlee, 1971; Garland, ! 

1973; Harrells, 1974; Disability, 1975; Retired, 1976. 
COOK, CHARLES MARVIN E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1983 6 

Rocky Mt.: First, Assoc, 1981; Weldon, 1983; Tabor City: St. Paul, 1986. 
COOK, IRVING ELMER E New Bern 1957 1957 1957 31 

Trans, from Genesse, N.Y. Conf., South Mills, 1957; Newport: St. James, 1963; Lillington 

1970; Carrboro, 1973; Hookerton, 1976; Hertford, 1980; Williamston: First, 1984. 
COPE, ROGER DALE E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 10 

Asbury-Tuscarora, 1978. 
COTTINGHAM, JOHN GIBSON E Fayetteville 1968 1968 1970 20 

Goldston Charge, 1969; Chaplain, USA, 1970. 
COTTINGHAM, WILLIAM THOMAS, III E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 14 

Student, 1974; Wesley Heights, 1976; Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1978; New Sharon, 1981. 

Bellemont, 1985; Fremont, 1987. 
COVINGTON, JOHN QUINTON, JR. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 6 

Williston-Stacy, 1983; Midway-Bethlehem, 1984. 
COX, RICHARD L. E 1967 1966 14 

Durham,Duke Univ. ,1969;Trans. ,1974;Dean ofStudents.Duke Univ. ,1974;Dean/Residential Life, 

Duke Univ. ,1984. 
CRABTREE, WADE WILLIAM E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

Williston-Stacy, 1988. 
CRAWLEY, HYDER FERGUSON 6 R Rocky Mt. 1960 1956 1958 24 

Wesley Memorial, 1954; JamesviUe, 1959; Eureka-Yelverton, 1963; Kenly: Kenly-Buckhorn, 

1968; Washington: Asbury, 1972; Morehead City: Franklin Memorial, 1974; Rainbow, 1979; 

Retired, 1984. 
CREECH, CLYDE MCGEE 2 E Wilson 1958 1958 1961 30 

Goldsboro Circuit, 1956; Micro-Fellowship, 1959; Spring Hill, 1963; Airboro-Garris i 

Chapel, 1968; Garris Chapel, 1969. r- . , j 

CREECH, JAMES EDWARD E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1974 

Edenton St. Assoc, 1970; Ocracoke, 1973; Warsaw, 1981; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1987. 
CREW, JOHN ROGERS, JR. R Lake Junaluska 1966 1947 1951 

Trans, from West.N.C.Conf ., 1966; Goldston, 1966; Withdrawn, 1969; Readmitted, 1981; 

Retired, 1981. ' 

CRIBB, JERRY WAYNE E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 

Appointed to Attend Sch., 1983; Red Oak, 1984; Spring-Garysburg, 1988. 
CROSSNO, RAMSEY LEON R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 

Walstonburg, 1936: Carrboro, 1937; Lillington, 1938; Moyock, 1943; Warsaw, 1948; Branson, 

1952; Havelock: Cherry Point, 1955; Enfield, 1960; Oxford, 1970; Wilmington: Fifth 

Avenue, 1974; Retired, 1981. 
CROTWELL, HELEN GRAY E Favetteville 1973 1973 1975 

Duke University Chapel, 1973; Banks-Grove Hill, 1^79; Wake Forest, 1983; Fayetteville 

District Superintendent, 1986. 
CROWE, JOHN MARSHALL E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

Union-Newbegun, 1988. 
CROW, WILLIAM ADDISON .50 R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 

Ocracoke, 1936; Gnmesland, 1939; Richland, 1941; Elizabethtown, 1949; Warrenton, 1954; 
^r,™i[^^^'"^°"' ^'5''' Robbins, 1961; St. Johns-Gibson, 1967; Retired, 1969. 
CROWDER, WILLIAM RANKIN 2 R Gre4nvill4 19^8 1951 1953 

Vancesboro, 1946; Dover, 1950: Hookerton, 1954; Selma: Edgerton Memorial, 1960; Warsaw, 

1964; Burlington: St. Pauls, 1968; Goldsboro: Daniels, 1973; Retired, 1966. 
CRUM, JOHN HAMMOND E Durham 1953 1955 1956 

Pleasant Grove, 1953; Wynnewood Park, 1956; Hope Mills, 1960; Moncure Charge, 1961; N.C. 

Council of Churches, 964: Student, Boston Univ. School of Tfieology. 1969; Roanoke Ct., 

I,' ^?oQ?"' ^''^' Elizaijeth City: City Road, 1977; Mount Zion, 19^9; Durham: Carr, 1^84; 

Salem, iyo5. 
CRUTCHFIELD GILBERT WESLEY R Rocky Mt. 1943 1943 1945 

d'*J^ iIq/' 2'''*3; Pinebluff, 1945; Carrboro, 1949; Tabor City, 1953: Wilmington: Sunset 

Park, 1954; Elizabeth City: City Road, 1956; Fayetteville: Christ, W60; Roanoke Rapids: 
niSSfS^f^i.i^^'nM^cSr^^'''"^' ■"^' Warrenton: Wesley Memorial, ^70; Retired, 1972. 

ri^h 11°^ OUFRENE E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1984 

Ashpole-Hickory Grove, 1984; Lumberton: Branch St.. 1985. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



Fayettevi lie 


1976 


1976 1979 


12 


Carmel, 1982; 


Hamlet: 


Fellowship, 1987. 




Raleigh 


1922 


192A 1926 


39 



IMINGS, SIMEON FOSTER R Durham 1953 1956 1958 32 

'rospect, 1953; Coordinator, Outreach, Conf. Council on Ministries, 1973; Robeson County 

:ooperative Ministries, 1978; Retired, 1985. 

IMINGS, WILLIAM EDWARD E Fayettevi lie 1980 1980 1983 6 

lal: Wilson Temple, 1983; Red Springs: Rhyne Mem., 1985. 

;HMAN, ROBERT EARL R Genessee Conf. 1939 1938 1940 40 

rans. from Genessee Conf., 1950; Prof .Duke Univ. Divinity School, 1950; Retired, 1979. 

:, RONALD DALE E Fayettevi lie 1971 1971 1975 17 

ore Creek, 1972; Stokes, 1974; Student, ECU, 1974; Shady Grove, 1976; Caswell Center, 

981. 

EK, THOMAS ARNOLD E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 26 

lynnwood Park, 1966; Student UNC-CH, 1969; Dir., Union Co. Mental Health Center, 1971; 

uvenile Counselor, 1975. 

lEL, DAVID ESON E Burlington 1964 1964 1966 24 

ouisburg College, 1963; Vice-President Louistxjrg College, 1972; Student Grad. School, 

CSU, 1973; Isothermal College, 1975; Pres. Wilkes Comm. College, 1981. 

lEL, MARVIN FRANCIS E Fayettevi lie 1979 1979 1982 9 

alvary, 1979; Hampstead, 1983. 

lELS, FRANKLIN D. E Virginia 1960 1960 1963 27 

rans. from Va. Conf., 1963; Methodist Home for Children, 1963; Chaplain, USA, 1967. 

IDSON, BARNEY LEE R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 35 

rans. from West Texas Conf., 1950; North Mount, 1950; Gary: First, 1954; Morehead: 

irst, 1959: Dist. Supt.,1963; Goldsboro: St. Paul, 1967; Wilson: First, 1975; Dist. 

upt., Burlington, 1978; Retired, 1984. 

IS, ELDRICK RAY E Fayettevi lie 1984 1984 1988 

hiladelphia-Cool Springs, 1988. 

IS, GERRY GERARD E 

est Halifax, 1975; Conway, 1977; Pikevi I le-Mt. 

IS, HARVEY LAUD IS R 

uke, 1922; Jones Circuit, 1924; Newport-Harlov,^, ,,^^, ..o,.^,.^^^, ,,..,, ..^„.w, .,, „^o>^, 

930; Pittsboro, 1934; Richlands- Jacksonvi lie, 1935; Littleton, 1939; Farmville, 1948; 

arrenton, 1952; Elizabethtown, 1954; Retired, 1961. 

IS, HERBERT CHARLES 8 E Fayettevi lie 1975 1966 1978 13 

hady Grove, 1964; Red Oak-Yorks,1965; Stonewall/Pamlico Parish, 1967; Pamlico Parish, 1970; 

atesville, 1971- Edgecombe/Pinetops-Conetoe, 1973; Havelock: First, 1977; Williamston: First, 

981; Edenton, 1984; Newport: St. James, 1985; Murf reesboro, 1988. 

IS, HERMAN FRED E Kinston 1950 1950 1951 38 

embroke, 1951; Fair Bluff, 1954; Elizabethtown, 1960. 

IS, MICHAEL AYERS E Fayettevi lie 1976 1976 1980 12 

emperance Hall-McKendree, 1977; Assoc, Rockingham: First, 1979; Northgates, 1980; 

oyock, 1984; Franklinton, 1986. 

IS, WOODY LYNN E Fayettevi lie 1980 1980 1982 7 

inston: Queen St., Assoc, 1980; Rocky Mt.: Northside, 1982; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1984; 

tudent, Asbury Theo.Sem., 1986; Appointed to Attend Sch., 1988. 

ART, MURRY LEE, JR. E Wilmington 1959 1959 1960 29 

nion Methodist Church, 1959; Northgates Charge. 1961; Shallotte: Camp, 1963; Sunset 

ark, 1967- Saxapahaw, 1970; Pittsboro: First, 1974; Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1979; Pinetops, 

onetoe, 1981; Raleigh: St. Marks, Assoc, 1983. 

ROSIERS, NORMAN A. E Wilmington 1951 1951 1951 37 

utner Meth. Church, 1949; Chaplain, John Umstead Hospital, 1951; Walnut-Grove-Carr, 

958; Supt. N.C. Alcoholic Rehab. Center, Butner, 1959; N.C. Alcoholic Rehab. Center, 

lack Mountain, 1977; Psych., Sc.Dept.Ment.Hea.,1979;Med.Dir.,Greenvi I le,SC,Ment.Hea.Ctr., 1986. 

KENS, JAN JOHNSON E Fayettevi lie 1976 1976 1980 12 

ew Hope, 1979; Chaplain, USAF, 1982. 

LMAN, LEWIS ALBERT R Durham 1953 1953 1956 32 

amp Glen(Now St. Peter's), 1953- Trenton, 1954; Garber, 1959; Pine Forest, 1964; St. 

aul (Assoc), 1968; Conway, 1969; Hebron, 1975; Scotland Neck, 1977; Hatteras, 1983; 

etired, 1985. 

ON, SAMUEL WILLIAMS, JR. E Fayettevi lie 1974 1974 1976 14 

neads Ferry 1975; Durham Parish, 1979; Swepsonvi I le, 1980; Durham: Calvary, 1984; 

wansboro, 1988. 

SON, JERRY STEPHEN E Fayettevi lie 1974 1974 1978 14 

nion Grove, 1974; Salem, 1977; New Hope, 1982; Burlington: Grace, 1987. 

SON, LEWIS HARDIE R High Point 1953 1955 1958 30 

rans. from Florida Conf., 1960; Stonewall, 1960; Mt. Pleasant, 1963; Mamers, 1964; 

nstitute, 1966; Sabbatical Leave, 1967- Pol locksvi I le, 1968; Sandhills, 1969; Wrightsboro, 

971; Center, 1974; Disability Leave, 1976; Sharon, 1978; South Camden, 1979; Perquimmons, 

981; Whiteville Center, 1982; Retired, 1983. 

SON, SAMUEL G. JR. 1 E Burlington 1952 1955 1959 30 

esley Ct., 1951; Moncure, 1953; Radford Coll., Wesley FDN (Special Appt.), 1954; Trans. 

o Ala. Conf. 1958; Trans, from Florida Conf., 1965; Norman charge, 1966; Durham: 

arkwood, 1969; Durham: St. Paul, 1974; Rockingham: First, 1977; Leave of Absence, 1978; 

oldston, 1979; Leave of Absence, 1981; Retired, 1984; Seaboard, 1987. 

CETTE, LEONARD FRANK E Fayettevi lie ^975 1975 1968 13 

tudent, 1975; Pol locksvi I le, 1977; Hollands, 1980; Assoc. , Edenton St. ,1981; Rose Hill 1984. 

PER, HOWARD DENNIS, JR. E Raleigh 1965 1965 1969 22 

amers, 1967; Star 1970; Alcoholism Counselor, Halifax Co. Mental Health Center, 1973; 

awkins-Tabor, 1988. 

ANEY, EARL GEORGE E Fayettevi lie 1974 1971 1975 14 

eesburg-Salem, 1974; Burlington: Grace, 1978; Benson, 1982; Bethel, 1986. 

N, CLYDE HUGH E Wilmington 1951 1952 1953 37 

tudent, 1951; St. John, 1953; Clayton, 1956; Missionary to S.E. Asia, 1959; Red Springs: 

rinity, 1972; Farmville, 1976; Garner: First, 1981; Assoc. Dir. Conf. COM, Missions, 1984. 

TON, JOHN HENRY, JR. LA Fayettevi lie 1978 1^78 1982 8 

ttend.Brite Div.Sch.,1978;Troy Circuit, 1980;Wrightsboro,1984;Coharie Mission, 1986;LA, 9/1/86. 

IN, CHARLES FRANCIS R Roanoke, Va. 1958 1958 1960 24 

,3wn Creek, 1958: Rocky Point, 1962; Trans, to Va. Conf., 1964; Trans, from Va. Conf., 

?65; Wesley's Chapel, 1965; Broaden, 1966; Bethel -Lebanon, 1969; Northhampton, 1970; 

7bb Ct., 1975; Browning- Smith, 1979; Retired, 1982. 



Appointmen 

L.P. Years No 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includirvj 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Yean 



EARNHARDT, EDWIN LEE E Burlington 1952 1954 1957 

Greenville:St. James, 1952; Washington Ct., 1953; Pikeville, 1956; Goldsboro: 

Jefferson, 1958; Hookerton: Rainbow, 1962- Edenton 1968; Jacksonville: Northwoods, 

1977; Rose Hill, 1980; Roanoke Circuit, 1984; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel, 1986. 
EASON, WILLIAM EVERETTE 6 R Rocky Mount 1960 1956 1958 

Washington, 1960; Four Oaks, 1962- Northwoods, 1966; Wesley Heights, 1969- Sanford: 

Jonesboro, 1973; Troy:Trini ty, 1978; Goldsboro:St. Luke, 1982; Whitevi lie, 1986: Retired, 1988. 
EDENS, ALLEN C, JR. R Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1944 

Trans, from Fla. Conf., 1942; Haw River, 1942; Calvary, (Penibroke), 1947- Chaplain, US 

Army, 1944-47,48-49,52-67; Spring Lake, 1967; Linden: Parker's Grove, 1979; Retired, 1981 . 
EDENS, NELSON PATE R Fayetteville 1925 1928 1931 

Student, 1925; Kenansville, 1927- Hallsboro, 1930; Elizabethtown, 1932; Roseboro, 1936; 

Tabor City, 1938; Maysville, 1942; Garner, 1945; Kittrell. 1947; Parkton, 1951; Laurel 

Hill, 1956; Person St., 1960; Institute, 1962; Retired, ls'66; Wesley-Blacks Chapel, 1966; 

Retired, 1975. 
EDGE, GERALD LLOYD 3 E Rocky Mt. 1966 1966 1969 

Troy Circuit, 1962; Mt. Pleasant United Meth. 1965; Assoc, Rockingham: First, 1969; 

Wrightsville Beach, 1971; Pinetops-Conetoe, 1^77; Grifton, 1981; Mebane, 1985. 
EDWARDS, JOHN PAUL R Henderson 1946 1946 1948 

Bethesda, 1946; Roseboro, 1950; Carrboro, 1954; Troy: Trinity, 1958; Raleigh:Highland. 1964; 

Rocky Mount: First, 1969; Goldsboro Dist. Supt., 1974; Go: St. Paul, 1980: Retired 1985. 
ELLER, CARL MITCHELL E Fayetteville 1977 1973 1981 

Bridgeton, 1972; Efland, 1976; Burlington: Faith, 1980; Hatteras. 1985; Aurora, 1987. 
ELLIOTT, EDWARD C. E Fayetteville 1^79 1975 1977 

Trans, from Central III. Conf., 1979: Exec. Dir., Methodist Home for Children, 1979; 

Leave of Absence, 1983; Exec. Dir. Family Serv.,Wake Co. ,1984; Therapist, Johnston Co. Men. 

Hea. Ctr., 1988. 
ELLIOTT, MICHAEL HAROLD E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 

Newton Grove, 1980; Trinity, 198A; Plank Chapel, 1986; Wilmington: Sunset Park, 1988. 
ELLIOTT, ROGER VERNON E Fayetteville 1968 1968 1971 

Ellis Chapel. 1968; Smith, 1970; Durham: Bethany, 1974; Fa: Campground, 1980; New Bern: 

Centenary, 1983. 
ELLIS, WALLACE MARTIN E Raleigh 1954 1954 1957 

Trans, from Northern Bap.Conv., 1954; Winstead, 1954; Garland: Garland, 1956; Benson, 

1961;Grifton,1967;Williamston,1971;DU:Bethany,1980;Robbins:Tabernacle,1983-DU:Asbury 1987. 
EPPERSON, JAMES SIDNEY E Greenville 1956 1956 1959 

Calvary Charge (Student Apptm.), 1958: Jacksonville: Northwoods, 1958; Morehead City: 

St. Peters, 1963; Norlina, 1968; Shallotte: Camp, 1971; Hubert, 1977; Queen's Creek, 1984; 

Dover-Clarks, 1988. 
EPPS, RALPH ISAAC, SR. E Greenville 1948 1948 1950 

Pikeville, 1946; Stem, 1948- Maxton, 1951; Laurel Hill, 1952; Grifton, 1956; Weldon, 1960; 

Fairmont, 1965; Mebane, 1970; Rocky Mount: Englewood, 1974; Raleigh: Fairmont, 1979; 

Washington: First, 1981; Edenton, 1985. 
ESTES, GAYLA GREENE E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 

Durham: Wei lons-Bethseda, 1976; Assoc, Washington: First, 1979; Raleigh: LaydenMem., 

1982; Magnolia, 1984; LA, 1985; Volunteer, KOINONIA Partners, 1966- Banks-Grove Hill, 1987. 
ESTES. JAMES HARVEY LA Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 

Durham: Wei lons-Bethseda, 1976; Washington: Asbury. 1979; LA, 1982; Spec. Appt. Church & Comm. 

1983; Turkey-Friendship, 1984; Stedman:Cokesbury,l985; Volunteer, KOINONIA Partners, 1986, LA, 1987. 
EURE, JR., AYDLETT JAMES E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 

Trinity-Piney Grove, 1984; Raeford: Hoke, 1986. 
EVANS, TOMMY LEWIS E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

Burlington Circuit, 1988. 
EVANS, WILLIE JAMES R Rocky Mount 1963 1957 1960 

Trans, from S.C. Conf., 1963; Kinnakeet. 1963; Stumpy Point, 1967; Ocracoke, 1971; 

Hawkins-Tabor, 1973; Harrel Isvi lie, 1975; Disabi I ity Leave, 1976; Asbury-Pineview, 

1981; Retired, 1982. 
EVERETT, GLENN BATES 5 E Fayetteville 1981 1978 1986 

Cedar Island(FLP), 1976; Stokes(SLP), 1978; Efland(SLP), 1980; Efland, 1981: Burl ington: Faith, 1985. 
FAGGART, TOMMY MARTIN E Lake Junaluska 1960 1961 1964 27 

Trans, from Western N.C. Conf., 1960; Christ Church, Cedar Cliff, 1960; Trans, to 

Western N.C. Conf., 1963; Trans, from Western N.C. Conf., 1964; Fairview, 1964; Maysville 

1968; Swansboro, 1970: Hamlet: First, 1975; Gary: First, 1981; Durham: Duke Mem., 1982; 

Sanford: St. Luke, 1986. 
FAIRLEY, LEONARD EARL E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 

Hamlet: St. Peter, 1988. 
FARMER, PENNEY DOLLAR E Fayetteville 1980 1980 

New Bern: Garber, Assoc, 1983; Trinity, Assoc, 1984; Pamlico Coop. Parish Assoc 
FARMER, JOHN ARCHIE E Fayetteville 1971 1971 

Sneads Grove, 1973; Jarvis Mem. Assoc, 1975; Dir., Camp Don-Lee, 1977. 
FELTMAN, WALTER CLARENCE 3 R Kinston 1950 1950 1953 

Gnmesland, 1947; Eno, 1948; Garysburg, 1952; Erwin, 1954: Person St., 1958; Fairmont, 

1960; Sunset Park, 1961; Cherry Point, 1962; Pee Dee, 1965; Robbins, 1970; New Bern: 

Trinity, 1974; Retired, 1978. 
FISCHLER, DAVID SIDNEY E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 

Faison Circuit, 1988. 
FISHER, ALBERT FLEET .50 E Raleigh 1954 1954 1956 

Saxapahaw, 1954; Franklinton, 1956; Highland, 1959; New Bern; Centenary, 1964; 

Goldsboro Dist. Supt., 1969: Asst. Dir., Duke Endowment, 1974; Director Rural Church 

Division, Duke Endowment, 1983. 
FITZGERALD, FRANK OWEN, JR. E Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle, ly53; Hay Street Assoc, 1955; Murf reesboro, 1957; Snow Hill, 

1961; Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1965: Smithfield: Centenary, 1969; Raleigh: Hayes Barton, 

1975; Burlington District Superintendent, 1984. 
FLEMING, RALPH LANG, JR. E Durham 1953 1950 1952 

Beech Grove, 1953; Newport, Westover, 1962; Durham: Bethany, 1969; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 

1974; Carr, 1976; DU: Duke's Chapel, 1980; Goldsboro: Daniels Memorial, 1986. 
FLYNN ROBERT CLARK, SR. E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1975 

Rowland, 1969; Coats, 1969; Mt. Tabor, 1970; Rocky Mount: First Assoc, 1974; La Grange, 

1976; Wallace, 1982; Fayetteville: Saleni,1965. 



1983 


^ 


1986. 


1 


1976 


1^ 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



ILEMAN, LELAND JAN E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 12 

Itudent, Candler Sch. of Theology, 1976; Assoc, Sanford: St. Luke's, 1978; Piney Grove- 
lickory Grove, 1980; Wilmington: Fifth Ave., 1985; Appointed to Attend Sch., 1988. 
ILEMAN, SHELLEY ABBEY E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1987 7 

;tud.,Duke Div.Sch., 1981: Jones Chapel, 1983; Westview, 1985; Wilmington: Epworth, 1987; 
lurham: Trinity, Assoc, i988. 

IBES, JOSEPH WAYNE E Fayetteville 1970 1971 1975 17 

iranville Ct., 1970; Brooksdale-Brookland, 1973; Chadbourn-Evergreen, 1977; Star, 1983. 
:RINGER-MAY JULIE bethel E Fayetteville 1974 1977 14 

pans., 1974; Caseworker, Durham Family Counseling Svc, 1976. 

ITESCUE, FRANK WAHAB 6 R Greenville 1953 1960 1962 17 

:howan Charge, 1957: Oriental Charge, 1961- Currituck Charge, 1963; Hopewell-Mt. Moriah, 
966; St. Peter's, 1970; Pilmoor Mem., 1972; Retired, 1974. 

iNCE, EVERETT JOSEPH E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1974 22 

:onetoe, 1966; Spring Church-Garysburg 1968; Attending Duke Div. School, 1970; Leave 
if Absence, 1978; Honorable Location, 1980; Readmitted, 1982; Gary: First (Assoc), 1982. 
iNKLIN, KENNETH MIKE E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Ihaplain, USN, 1988. 

iZIER, KENNETH EDWARD R Nashville, Tn. 1961 1961 1965 21 

rans. from Tenn-Kentucky Conf., 1963; North Carolina- Va., 1965- 67; Chaplain Intn., 
It. Elizabeth Hospital Washington, D.C., 1968; Chaplain, 1973; Retired, 1981. 

iZIER, JR., ROBERT CARL E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 7 

lurham: Pleasant Green, 1981; Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1984; Battleboro-Clark Street, 1985. 
CHER, JOHN RODNEY LA 4 

Ihairman Religion Dept., High Point College, 1984; Leave of Absence, 1987. 

IKHOUSER, MORTON LITTELL, JR. E Durham 1972 1972 1975 16 

loyock, 1973; Aulander, 1975; Chaplain, USAF, 1979. 

ES, ALVESTER IVEY E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 7 

loldsboro:St. John, 1981; Raleigh :Cokesbury,1982;Raleigh:Wilson Temple, 1985;Chaplain, USA, 1987. 
IDNER, MATT RANSON 1 R New Bern 1936 1940 1943 38 

:itty Hawk, 1936; Roper. 1939; Aulander, 1941; Pinetops, 1942; Marvin-St. Paul, 1944; 
It. Paul-Sandy Cross, 1945; Spring Ch.-Garysburg, 1948: Roanoke St., 1952; Selma, 1956; 
llinton: Grace, 1960; Branson Mem., 1963; Oxford Ct., 1968; Retired, 1974. 

ILINGTON, JASPER EZZEL R Chatham, La. 1932 1932 1936 45 

rans. from La. Conf., 1936; Midway, 1935; Spring Ch., 1937; Conway, 1944- Roxboro: 
ong Memorial, 1950; Wilmington Supt., 1955; Clinton, 1961; Dis. Leave, 1974; Retired, 1977. 
:NER, CLARENCE 5 E Goldsboro 1967 1964 1969 21 

imyrna, 1962; St. Lukes, 1964; Milton, 1966; Laurel Hill, 1972; St. Paul's (RK), 1976; 
'leasant Hill, 1978; Carrboro, 1982; Raleigh: St. James, 1987. 

:RISON, JOHN WILLIAM R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 36 

lissionary to Brazil, 1952; Retired, 1986. 

IKINS, WALTER WILLIAMS, JR. E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1979 14 

lenderson: First (Assoc). 1974; Mt. Carmel, 1975; Kinston: St. Mark-Woodington, 1977: 
Irodgen- Falling Creek, 1980; Beech Grove Rhems, 1983; Eureka-Yelverton, 1987; Havelock: 
Iherry Point, 1988. 

TIS, WILLIAM HUGHES 1 E Fayetteville 1968 1968 1971 20 

irove Chapel, 1967; Hebron, 1969; Hay St.(Min. of Ed.), 1971; Coor. of Youth Min. and 
locial concerns, Conf. Council on Ministries, 1973; New Bern: Garber, 1977; Sanford: St. 
uke, 1983; Chapel Hill: University, 1986. 

ITLE, BRIAN GLYNN E N.Y.Conf. 1969 1966 1968 19 

rans. from N.Y. Conf., 1969; Spring Hope, 1969; Raleigh: Benson Mem., 1973; Durham: 
;pworth, 1981. 

ISON, ALAN C. E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1980 11 

:iinton Circuit, 1980; Conway, 1985. 

■BERT, MILTON H. E W. Michigan 1970 1968 1970 18 

rans. from West Michigan, 1970; Raleigh: Wesley Found., 1970; Raleigh: Hayes Barton 
Assoc), 1971: Smithfield: Whitley, 1972; Durham: Duke's Chapel, 1975; Lillington, 1980; 
.ouisburg, 1984. 

iSS, JOSEPH CONRAD, JR. E Fayetteville 1955 1956 1959 33 

.ayden Mem., 1957; Raleigh: Bo. of Ed., 1960; Attending School NCSU, 1968; Asst. Prof., 
ICSU, 1971; Assoc Prof., NCSU, 1976, Prof., NCSU, 1984. 

;AVES, EDITH LEE E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

laleigh: North Raleigh, Assoc, 1988. 

)VER, MURRELL K. R Sanford 1949 1950 1951 26 

lubhn Circuit, 1948; Glen River, 1951; Chaplain, US Army, 1952; LaGrange, 1954; Chaplain, 
IC National Guard, 1955; Mt. Olive Circuit, 1956; Stantonsburg, 1957; Student ECU, 1958; 
>rof. at Presbyterian Junior Coll., 1959; Prof., Porter Mi litary Acad., 1961; Prof., 
:howan Coll., 1962; Student UNC Prof., Head of Chemical Dept.; Ferrum Coll., 1964; 
latteras, 1969; Pekin, 1970; Harker's Is., 1971; Student, ECU, Grad. Sch., 1971; Prof., 
)DU, Norfolk, 1973; Retired, 1975. 

)VER, ROBERT KEITH E Durham 1953 1953 1955 23 

lay St., 1954: Maxton, 1955; Trans, from NC Conf., 1957; Trans, from NY Conf., 1968; 
lonf. Staff, 1969; Area Dir.: Rowan-Chowan Mental Health Svc, 1974; Leave of Absence, 
977; Holly Springs, 1978; Assoc: Hayes Barton, 1981; Assoc. Gary: White Plains, 1984. 
iWIN, SHERWOOD AUBURN E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1986 8 

ranklin, 1980, Raleigh: Jenkins Memorial, 1981; Glendon, 1983; Scotland Neck, 1987; Pink 
ill, 19^8. 

RHING, CAROL WOODS E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 10 

R:Jarvis, 1978; Chowan, 1982;Elizabeth City:First, Assoc. ,1983;Wrightsvi lie Beach, 1985. 
RHING, DAVID JACOB E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 11 

reenville: Jarvis Mem., Assoc, 1977; Perquimans, 1982; Scott's Hill, 1985. 

DFINCH, ALBERT EUGENE, JR. E Greenville 1970 1970 1972 18 

outh Mills, 1970; Student, Gordon-Conwel I Div. Sch., Mass., 1973; Student, Boston Univ. Sch. 
f Theo.,1974;Teacher,Colegia Methodista, Costa Rica, 1976;Chap.& Couns. ,Ejercito de Salvacion, 
aison Circuit, 1987; Laurel Hill, 1988. 

DSTON, CLEO WADE R Rocky Mt. 1932 1935 1937 42 

orlina, 1934; Rocky Mt.: Clark St., 1934: Red Oak Parish, 1938- Stantonsburg, 1939: 
upernumerary Relation, 1943; Evansdale, 1944: Daniel Mem., 1948: Sahibatical Leave, 1951; 
ine Forest, 1952; Prof, of Louisburg Coll., 1954; Apex, 1962; Chaplain: Louisburg 
pllege, 1954; Rocky Mt.:St. Paul, 1972; Retired, 1977. 



~~ Appointmer 

L.P. Years Nc 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includiri 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Year! 



GOOCH, RAY THOMAS E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 1 

Albemarle, 1974; Pittsboro Circuit, 1982. 
GOODWIN, DENNIS MELVIN 2 E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1983 

Homes, 1976; Spring Hope, 1980. 
GOODWIN, DURWARD T. R W.Va.Conf. 1958 1936 1937 1 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf., 1958; Currituck, 1959; Swan Quarter, 1961; Columbia, 196A; 

Maury, 1967; Hawkins-Tabor, 1970; Pinetops, 1971; Retired, 1972. 
GRANGER, PAUL DAVID 1 LA Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 1 

Roxboro: Longhurst, 1973; Methodist Coll., 1977: Fayetteville: Trinity. 1979; Clinton: 

Grace, 1984; Leave of Absence, 1985; Fayetteville: Haymount, Assoc, 1986; Leave of 

Absence, 1988. 
GRANT, HENRY BOONE E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1983 1 

Union Grove, 1978; Trinity-Piney Grove. 1981; New Hope - Purley, 1982; Fayetteville: 

Christ, 1986; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1988. 
GREEN, HAROLD WILLIAM E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 1 

Hamlet, Assoc, 1977; Rich Square, 1979; Laurinburg: Centra I, 1983- Chap. ,Meth. Col leae. 1986. 
GREEN, LAWRENCE AMON R Raleigh 1954 1957 1959 2 

Evansdale-Winstead, 1950; Pasquotank, 1954; Oriental, 1957; Pollocksvi lie, 1961; Riverside, 

1966; Candor, 1971; Smithfield: Whitney, 1975; Swepsonville, 1978; Leave of Absence, 

1980; Retired, 1984. 
GREENE, JOHN THOMAS R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 4 

Rougemont, 1936; Four Oaks, 1940; Whitakers, 1944; Battleboro, 1946; Dir. Fam.Life Ed., 

N.C. Conf., Bd. of Christian Ed., 1949; Spec Apptms.; Prof., Boston Univ., 1953; Prof., 

Florida St. Univ., 1958; Retired, 1976. 
GREGORY, WALTER BRYAN R Rocky Mt. 1943 1947 1949 

City Rd. -White Mem., 1943; South Camden, 1944; Twon Creek, 1945; Stumpy Point, 1947; 

Hatteras, 1949; Kitty Hawk, 1953; Creswell, 1956; Whiteville Ct.. 1957: Bathe, 1959; 

Harrellsville, 1962: Shallotte, 1963- Dublin, 1965; Garland, 1969; Bonlee, 1973; 

Disability Leave, 1^74; Retired, 1980. 
GRILL, CHARLES FRANKLIN E Durham 1953 1953 1956 

Trans, from Ky. Conf., 1953; Epworth 1953; Eno, 1953; Burgaw, 1956; Lillington, 1961: 

Person St.. 1966; Scotland Neck, 1970- Coor., Conf. Council on Ministries, 1973; Southern 

Pines, 1979; Fayetteville: Christ, 1981; Roseboro, 1986; St. Pauls, 1988. 
GRIMES, JOSEPH JUNIOR 13 E Rocky Mt. 1966 1957 1958 

Lanes-Bethany, 1965; Swan Quarter, 1968; South Camden, 1972; Springs-Chapel, 1974; 

Goshen-Keener, 1976; Gaston, 1980; Louisburg Circuit, 1983; Creswell, 1985: Pasquotank, 1988. 
GRISSOM, DAVID RONALD 3 E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1977 

Pekin, 1970; Bethesda, 1970; Nash, 1971; Stem-Bullock, 1972; Goldsboro: St. Paul's Assoc, 

1976; Star, 1979; Roseboro, 1983; Chaplain, Methodist Ret. Home, 1986. 
GUM, DONALD FRANCIS E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1976 

Greensboro Coll. Dir. of Stud. Af fairs, 1975;Dir. Pastor. Care, Wesley Long Com. Hosp. , Greensboro, 1978. 
GUNTER, EDWARD MARVIN E Durham 1972 1975 

Holly Springs, 1971; Sanford: St. Luke, Assoc, 1973; Clinton: Grace, 1978; FA:Gardners, 1984 

Burlington: West Burlington, 1988. 
HACKETT, CHARLES MARTIN 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 

Merritts-Ebenezer, 1973; New Sharon, 1975; Shiloh, 1977; Fayetteville: Johnson Mem., 

1981; Pilmoor Mem., 1982; Goldsboro: Jefferson, 1983; Kenly-Buckhorn, 1988. 
HADDOCK, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, JR. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1981 

Duke Div.Sch.,1978; Duke Mem. , Assoc , 1980; Fletcher's Chapel, 1982; Maury-Mt. Hermon, 1985. 
HADLEY, JACOB MILTON, JR. E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1977 

Student, 1974; Hay St. Assoc, 1976; Intrn., Univ. of Ga., Med. Sch., 1981: Chaplain 

Iredell Mem. Hosp., 1982;Chap.,Dept. Past. Care, Nash Gen. Hosp. , 1986- Gold Vat ley, 1986. 
HALE, MICHAEL LEWIS 3 E Fayetteville 1974 1970 1978 

Marvin, 1966; St. John's, 1968; Center 1969; Chestnut Ridge, 1973; Louistxjrg Circuit, 

1975; Person St., 1977; Hope Mills, 1982; Family Life Spec.,Meth. Home for Child., 1985. 
HALL, STEPHEN BLAIR E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 

Cotton, 1974; Salemburg, 1975; Pekin, 1979; Morris Chapel, 1981; Chaplain, U.S. Navy. 1983. 
HALL, WILLIAM KENNETH E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1^79 

Wilmington: Oleander, 1977; Dublin, 1978; FA: St. Andrews, 1983; Jacksonvi I le:Northwoods, 1987. 
HAMILTON, JAMES WINFRED R Durham 1953 1953 1957 

Pinebluff, 1953; Norman, 1957; Salem, 1961; Star, 1964; Ebenezer, 1968; Biscoe: Page 

Memorial, 1974; Retired, 1985. 
HAMM RODNEY GENE E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1979 

Walnut Grove, 1975; Queen St. Assoc, 1977; Rockingham: East, 1978; Wendell, 1982; Ral: 

Millbrook, W83; Southern Pines, 1987. 
HARDT, OTTO HENRY CARL E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 

Seven Springs, 1980; Brogden-Falling Creek, 1983; Morris Chapel-Trinity, 1986. 
HARPER, RUTH E. E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1980 

St. John's-Gibson, 1977; Hamlet: Fellowship, 1983; FA: St. Matthews, 1987. 
HARRELL, HAYWOOD LINWOOD R Fayetteville 1939 1941 1944 

Duke Ct., 1939- Dover. 1940; Seven Springs, 1943; Straits, 1946; Garris Chp.,1950: 

South River, 1954;Pink Hill, 1957;New Hope, 1962;Kipl ing-Cokesbury, 1966;Gatesvi lie, 1967; 

Yanceyville, 1971; Pikesvi I le-Mt .Carmel , 1974; Mt. Pleasant, 1976; Retired, 1977. 
HARRIS, DONALD LEE 12 E Rocky Mt. 1966 1?>64 1968 

Sandy Cross, 1954; Garysburg, 1957; Robersonvi lie, 1962; Franklinton, 1967; Rowland: 

First, 1969; Grifton, 1976; Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary, 1979; Morehead City: First, 1983; 

Jacksonville: Trinity, 1986. 
HARRIS, HYMAN LEROY R Henderson 1930 1932 1934 

Pink Hill, 1929; Person St., 1934; Mayesville, 1937; Saxapahaw, 1942; Knightdale 1946; 

Leave of Absence, 1947; Carolina Beach, 1949; Garland, 1950; West Rockingham, 1952; 

Cobb Circuit, 1956; Macon Charge, 1960; Retired, 1963. 
HARRIS, JAMES HOWARD, JR. E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1975 

Kinnakeet, 1974; Rockingham:Glenwood, 1978; Kenansville Parish, 1983;Fairmont:Trinity, 1987. 
HARRIS, ROBERT GENTRY, JR. E Rocky Mt. 1960 1960 1963 

Trans, from W. N. C. Conf., 1959: Eno-Palmer's Grove, 1960; Brookdale-Brookland, 1961; 

Parkwood, 1964; Chaplain, USA., 1967. 
HARRISON, RUSSELL SAGE R Washington 1934 1936 1938 

Dare Ct., 1934- Currituck, 1936; Southport, 1939; Gary, 1944; Fayetteville Ct., 1947; 

Mt. Olive, 1950: Oxford, 1954; Haymount, 1V57; Grace, 1960; Lumberton, 1962- Hamlet, 

1963; Epworth, 1965; Red Springs: Trinity, 1969; Fremont, 1972; Retired, 1976. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



»RSH-CAFFERTY, SUSAN LYNN E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1986 

Graham: First, Assoc, 1982; Piney Grove-Hickory-Grove, 1988. 
HRVIN, DAVID LEWIS E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 

Student, 1975; Trinity-Zion, 1976; Du: Carr, 1980; Whitney-Cross, 198^1; Cedar-Grove, 1986. 
HRWOOO, JOHN E. E 1973 1^59 

Trans. Va. Conf., 1973; Spring Hope, 1973; Angier, 1977. 
MHAWAY, OFFIE LEMUEL R Kinston 1929 1933 1935 

Duke Univ., 1929: Epworth, 1931; Epworth -Wesley, 1934; Selma. 1938; St. Paul, 1942: 

Graham, 1946; Silver City, 1951; Fayetteville Dist. Supt., 1953; Bd. of Missions, 1959; 

Durham Dist. Supt., 1962; Dir., Gifts and Wills, 1968; Assoc. Dir. Stewardship and 

Conriuni cat ions, 1970; Retired, 1973. 
EOOEN, FORREST D. R Tanpa, Fla. 1928 1931 1933 

South Camden Charge, 1931; St. Andrews-Duke Chapel, 1934: Duke Chapel, 1935: Epworth, 

1936; Assoc. Edenton St., 1937; Louisburg, 1940; Dunn, 1944; Lumberton, 1948; Methodist 

Home for Chi ldren,1952;Off . of Finance & Field Svc.,Bd.of Global Min. ,1956;Retired,1970. 
ELMS, JULIAN BRICE, JR. 7 E Fayetteville 1977 1972 1979 

Magnolia, 1969; Smith-Roanoke Rapids, 1974; Four Oaks, 1976; Pinebluff, 1981; GO: Pine 

Forest, 1984 
ELMS, SUZANNA ROSS E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1985 

RA: St. James, Assoc, 1979; Raleigh: Hayes Barton, Assoc, 1986. 
ENDRIC<S, M. ELTON E 1962 1964 

Transfer from Virginia Conf., 1983; President, Methodist College, 1983. 
ERRING, CHARLES MALCOLM 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 

Grace, 1973; Roxboro: Grace, 1975; Oxford Circuit, 1977; Salem, 1977; Hopewell, 1980; 

Newland-Grace, 1984; Lake Waccamaw, 1985; Chaplain, USA, 1988. 
[CKLE, STEVEN ANTHONY E Fayetteville 1975 1976 

Corinth-Antioch, 1975; Vanceboro Circuit, 1977; Haw River, 1981. 
IGGINS, LAWRENCE CLAYTON 4 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 

Harrellsville (LP), 1980; Harrel Isvi I le, 1984; New Hope -Wood I and, 1987. 
ILL, ALTON PUGH, JR. E Kinston 1950 1950 1950 

Vanceboro, 1950; Trinity, 1954; Wesley Mem., 1958- Mebane, 1962; Morehead City: First, 

1968; Roanoke Rapids, 1973; Rockingham: First, 1975; Coord, of Resources, 1979; Elizabeth 

City District Supt., 1984; Greenville District Supt., 1987. 
ILL, EDWARD FELIX, II. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 

Chapel Hill: Univ., Assoc, 1978; St. Luke's, 1980; Wrightsboro, 1981; RA: Edenton St. Assoc, 

1984; New Bern: Garber, 1987. 
ILL, LEON ELWOOD E Fayetteville 1979 1972 1981 

Aulander, 1971; Bethel-Rones, 1973; Assoc Ment>ership, 1975; Corinth- Antioch, 1977; 

Maury-Mt. Herman, 1980; Chaplain USAF, 1982. 
ILL, NOAH BRIGHT. JR. 1 R Durham 1953 1954 1957 

Gnmesland, 1952- Falling Creek, 1954; Robersonvi lie, 1956; Grace, 1960; Wesley Hgts., 

1963; Salem, 1969; Gary: White Plains, 1973; Zebulon, 1975; Fairmont: Trinity, 1977; 

Snow Hill, 1981; Retired, 1985. 
ILL, RALPH MCCOY E Fayetteville 1979 1969 1981 

Pasquotank, 1966; Harkers Island, 1967; AssocMbr., 1971; Bell Arthur, 1971; Ellerbe. 

1974; Hawkins-Tabor, 1976; Hampstead, 1980; Fair Bluff -Cerro Gordo, 1?'82; Bolivia, 1^; 

Goshen-Keener, 1986. 
ILLMAN, RANDY ALLEN E Johnson City 1976 1976 1979 

Trans, to NC Conf., 1977: Leasburg-Salem, 1978; Goshen-Keener, 1980; Ocracoke, 1983; 

Appointment to Attend School, 1986; Assoc. Dir, Chap.Serv., Forsythe Mem.Hosp. , 1988. 
INSHAW, FLOYD CARTER, JR. LA Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 

Davis St., 1974; Whitney Cross, 1978; Leave of Absence, 1984. 
[RSCHI, CARLTON FREDERICK. SR. E Elizabeth City 1947 1948 1949 

Burgaw, 1951; Warsaw, 1952; Benson, 1954; Greenland, 1959: Tabor City, 1963; West Nash, 

1965; Lakewood, 1968; Burlington: Faith, 1972; Enfield, 1976; Windsor, 1978; Pittsboro: 

First, 1979; Mt. Zion, 1983; Bynum, 1986. 
[X, CLARENCE EUGENE, JR. R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 

Oriental, 1936; La Grange, 1939; Prof. Central Meth. Coll., 1943: Retired, 1976. 
)BBS, JAMES LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1963 

Pikesville, 1961; Assoc, Hayes Barton, 1961; Meth. Student Center, ECU, 1962; St. Mark- 
Lanes Chapel, 1969; Vanceboro, 1972; Institute, 1975; Ocean View, 1977; Hebron, 1980; 

CH: Amity, 1985. 
)BBS, JOHN WHITFIELD 1 R Rocky Mt. 1966 1966 1970 

Stem-Bullock, 1963; Mt. Tabor, 1964; Elm City, 1970; Jacksonville: Northwoods, 1973; 

Roxboro: Long Mem., 1977; Approved Evangelist, 1978; Retired, 1987. 
)BBS, MICHAEL BYRON E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 

Rich Square 1975; Goldsboro: Jefferson, 1979; Durham: Glendale Hgts, 1983; Durham: 

McMannen, 1988. 

)0GE, RUDOLPH HART E New Bern 1957 1957 1960 

RA: Millbrook,1957; RA:Macedonia, 1963;RA:Hayes Barton, Assoc , 1964;DU:Aldersgate, 1967; 

RA: Wesley Memorial, 1969; Voluntary Location, 1971 , Readmitted, 1985;RA:Hayes Barton, Assoc. , 

1985; Garner: First, Assoc, 1986; Cedar Island-Sea Level, 1987. 
»GIN, HUBERT HOWARD R New Bern 1957 1957 1961 

Leesburg, 1958; Mt. Herman, 1960; Lyon Mem., 1965; Student, NCSU, 1969; Dir., Stud. Act. 

Rockingham Comm.Cot I . , 1971; Dean of Fin.& Adm.Serv. ,Southside Comni.Col I . ,1980,Retired,1982. 
)LLOWELL, CLIFTON RIDDICK 6 DL Kinston 1962 1962 1964 

New Hope 1962; Walstonburg, 1963; Goshen-Keener, 1966; Providence, 1970; Rocky Mt.: 

Marvin, 1972; Robersonvi lie, 1976; Halifax, 1978; Fayettevi I le:Victory, 1982; Dis. Leave, 1986. 
)LTSCLAW, THOMAS GIVEN E 1973 1969 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf., 1973; Concord-Oak Grove, 1973; Robbins, 1979; Fayetteville: 

Campground, 1983; Rockingham: First, 1987. 

X», JEAN LIVINGSTON 6 R Burlington 1964 1961 1963 

Brogden, 1958; Pink Hill, 1962; Hookerton-Rainbow, 1968; Glendale, 1972, Roseboro, 1977; 

Wilson: Winstead, 1983; Retired, 1988. 

OGERLAND, THOMAS D. E 1963 1963 1965 

Transf. from Northern NY, 1973; New Hope -Wood I and, 1973; Raeford: Hoke, 1978; Salem, 1982; 
iBethesda, 1985. 

RNE, ALVIN MATTHEW E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 

BU: Friendship, 1983. 



— ' ~~ Appointment 

L.p. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



HOUGH, THOMAS BRYANT R Kinston _ 1929 1931 1933 

Swansboro 1929; Millbrook, 1931; Garner, 1933; Swepsonvi lie, 1937; Mebane, 1941; 

Jacksonville(Wilm. Dist.), 1952; Jacksonville (New Bern), Lumberton, 1956; Burlington 

Dist. Supt., 1962; Rockingham: First, 1967; Retired 1971. 
HOUSE, THOMAS HOLMES 2 R Knoxville, Tenn. 1942 1943 1946 

Trans, from Holston Conf., 1942; Robersonvi lie, 1942- Hooper, 1945; Swan Quarter, 1946; 

City Road, 1948; Newton Grove, 1949; Mt. Pleasant, 1950; Tar River 1954; Mamers, 1956; 

Dublin, 1^60; Spring Ch. -Garysburg, 1962; Ocracoke, 1965; Salem 1968; Brodgen-Fal ling 

Creek W70- Disabi 1 1 ty, 1972; Bolivia, 1973; Clarkston, 1975; Disabi lity,1977- Retired.1978. 
HOWARD, 'WILLIAM MILLER, JR. R Albemarle 1930 1930 1936 

Horiah, 1932; West Halifax, 1935; Elm City, 1940- Bethel, 1943: Chapel Hill, 1949; 

Jarvis Mem., 1953; Trinity, 1960; Cary: First, 1969; Retired, 1971. 
HUBBARD, CHARLES SPENCE R Elizabeth City 1939 940 1942 

Roseboro, 1939; Hillsborough, 1945- Raleigh: Trinity, 1951; Chapel Hill, 1953; Wilson: 

First, 1962; Durham: Duke Mem., 1971; Retired, 1975. 
HUFFINES, TERRY LYNN E Fayetteville 1978 ^'^S 1982 

Lebanon, 1978; Bell Arthur, 1981; Browning Smith, 1982; Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1986. 
HUFFMAN, VIRGIL BRYAN E Durham 1972 1972 1976 

Rieglewood, 1969; Rehoboth-Harris, Chapel, 1971; Bethesda, 1977: CH: Cobb Circuit, 1985. 
HUGGINS, HUBERT SIDNEY III E Greenville 1963 1963 ^1966 

Asbury, 1964; Conf. Evangelist, 1968: Goshen-Keener, 1970; Raleigh: N.Raleigh, 1972; 

Fayetteville: Hay St., 1983; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 1988. 
HULL, DOUGLAS RAY E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1987 

Atlantic, 1985; Appointed to Attend Sch., 1988. _, ^^^_ ^^^^ 

HUNNINGS, BESS GIBBS E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 

Allensvi lie-Trinity, 1987. 
HUNTER, JACK LEGRANO E Rockv Mt. 1960 1961 1961 

Pleasant Grove, I960- Millbrook, 1963; Farmville 1968; Ral: Highland, 1973; Dist. 

Supt., Rocky Mt., 1980; Burlington: Front St., 1984. 
HUNTER, JACK MANLY 5 E Burlington 1964 1962 1966 

Stedman, 1964; Fayetteville: Gardners, 1969; Murf reesboro, 1976; DU: Asbury, 1980; 

Dunn: Divine St., 1984. 
HUSKINS, JAMES RICHARD, SR. 2 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 

Andrews Chapel -Soapstone (LP), 1981; Andrews Chapel -Soapstone, 1983; Mt. Zion, 1987. 
HUTCHERSON, CYRUS BOOKER R Labanon, Ky. 1961 1934 1936 

Trans, from Tenn. Conf., 1961; Devon Park, 1961; City Road, 1968- Retired, 1971. 
HUTCHINSON, CHARLES HOWARD E Wilmington 1959 1959 1962 

St. Luke's, 1961; Cobb, 1964- Belmont, Leasburg-Salem, 1971; Yanceyville, 1974; Durham: 

Lakewood, 1976; Creedmoor, 1984; Benson, 1986. 
INGRAM, GERALDINE DYSART E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 

DU: Epworth, Assoc, 1982; Franklinton, 1983; Admin., Meth. Ret. Home of Durham, 1985; 

Pinetops-Hart, 1988. 
INGRAM, OSMOND KELLY R Tuscunfcia, Ala. 1940 1943 1945 

Trans, from N. Ala. Conf., 1941; Hemp, 1941; Sunset Park, 1942; Erwin, 1946; Oxford, 1950; 

Elizabeth City, 1954; Prof. Duke Univ., 1959; Prof. Assoc. Dean of Students, 1968; Prof. 

Duke Div. School, 1969; Retired, 1984. 
JACKSON, JERRY ADDISON 6 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1979 

Student pastor, Marietta-Olivet, 1972; Camp Rockfish, Director, 1973; Student. United 

Theological Seminary, 1976; Wanchese, 1978; Newland-Grace, 1982; Oak Grove, 1984; Pilmoor 

Memorial, 1988. 
JACKSON, LESTER POLK R Roanoke, Va. 1947 1947 1949 

Trans. From Va. Conf., 1952: St. Paul, 1954; West Nash, 1959; Nashville, 1961- Rosemary, 

1969; Raleigh: St. James, 1974; Hamlet: First, 1978: Burgaw, 1980; Retired 1985. 
JACKSON, WILBUR IVAN E Wilmington 1959 1959 1962 

Franklin, 1960; Fairmont, 1961; Knightdale,1962; Garber,1964; Hay St. Assoc. , 1968; Aberdeen, 1973; 

Davis St. ,1976; LA, 1983; Sp.Appt. ,Asst. Chap. , Moravian Home, 1983;Durham:McMannen, 1984; 

Whiteville, 1988. 
JANSEN, JOHN JAY E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1986 

Woodland, 1982; Elm City, 1984; Faison Circuit, 1985; Cumberland. 1987. 
JARVIS, DWIGHT C. E Baraboo, Wisconsin 1?>50 1950 1952 

Trans, from Minnesota Conf., 1982. Pol locksvi lie-Lee's Chapel, 1982; Mgr. Youth Services, 

Div. of Prisons, 1985. 
JEFFRIES, WILLIAM MAC E Richmond, Va. 1954 1954 1958 

Sanford, 1956; Marshal Iburg, 1957; Whitakers, 1959; Parkwood, 1961; Spec. Appt., Amer. 

Friends Svc. Comm., 1964; Mt. Zion, 1974; Wake Forest, 1979; Raleigh: Longview, 1983. 
JENKINS, DAVID OMAR E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Wesley Chaplain, Duke University, 1988. 
JENKINS, THEODORE ROOSEVELT R Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 

Leasburg Ct., 1932; Mebane, 1935; Maxton, 1939; Plymouth, 1943; Ann St., 1947; Davis St., 

1952; Jacksonville, 1956; Haymount, 1960; Roanoke Rapids, 1965; Retired, 1969. 
JERNIGAN, JULIUS OSCAR 2 E Fayetteville 1955 1955 1956 

Marshallburg, 1959; Chaplain, VA Hospital, Waco, Tex., 1960; Chaplain, VA Hospital, 

Fayetteville, 1973. 
JESSEE, DURWARD DOUGLAS E Transfer 1968 1968 1972 

Garner: St. Andrews, 1970; Carthage, 1976; Outer Banks Parish, 1980: Ral:North Raleigh. 1983. 
JOHNSON, CLARENCE REGINALD E Rocky Mt. 1966 1968 1968 

Appointed as student, 1966; Raleigh: Pleasant Grove, 1967; Student, Edinburgh Univ., 1970; 

Wilmington: Oleander, 1974; Tabor City, 1977; Asst. Prof. Asbury College, 1980. 
JOHNSON, GEORGE WILLIAM E Wilson 1958 1958 1961 

Student pastor, Rock Creek, 1957; Yanceyville, 1961; Faith, 1968; Webb-Trinity 1972; 

Burlington:Emmanuel, 1974; Garner:First, 1976; Chapel Hi 1 1 :University, 1981 • Wi ison:First, 1986. 
JOHNSON, GLENDA NOBLE E Fayetteville 1982 1982 1984 

Raleigh: Avent Ferry, 1981; Raleigh: Highland, Assoc, 1986. 
JOHNSON, HARVEY BYNUM E Durham 1953 1955 1960 

Siler City Ct., 1953; Apex, 1958; Wesley Memorial, 1961; Wellons Village, 1963; Meth. 

Ret. Home, Adm. Asst., 1966; Admin.- Chaplain, Moravian Home Inc., 1972. 
JOHNSON, LAWRENCE E. E 1984 

Transferred fronm South Indiana Conference, 1984. Durham: Asbury Temple, 1980; Fayetteville: 
John Wesley, 1988. 



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Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



NES, BARNEY LEE E Brooklyn, NY 1944 1944 1944 43 

United States Navy Chaplain, 1944; Student, Yale, Inst., Duke, 1948; U. S. Navy Chaplain, 
1950; Chaplain, Duke Univ., 1953; Asst. Dean, Duke, 1956; Assoc. Prof., Duke, Asst. 
Dean, Trinity College, Duke Univ., 1964; Prof., Dept.of Rel.,Duke Univ., 1973; Retired, 1983. 
NES, GEORGE A. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 6 

Aurora, 1983; Havelock: First, 1984. 

NES, NORWOOD LEE R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 37 

Southport, 1950; Goshen- Keener, 1953; Trinity-1956; Fuquay-Varina, 1961; Louisburg, 1966; 
Englewood, 1970; Elizalaeth City, Dist. Supt., 1974; New Bern: Centenary, 1980; Roanoke 
Rapids: Rosemary, 1983; Retired, 1986. 

NES, SUSAN PENDLETON LA Fayetteville 1985 1985 1987 3 

Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1985; LA, 1987; Appointed in Baltimore Conf., 1988. 

NES, VASSAR WILSON 6 E Rocky Mt. 1960 1957 1963 28 

Harrellsville, 1954: Mt. Tirzah, 1959; McManen, 1963; Louisburg, 1970; Weldon, 1974; 
Campground, 1975; Plymouth, 1980; Durham: Parkwood, 1982; Raleigh: Westover. 1988. 
RDAN, ROBERT HARRY R Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 37 

Pembroke Ct., 1951; Southport. 1953; Roseboro, 1957: Murf reesboro. 1961; Snow Hill- 
Calvary, 1965; Nashville, 1969; New Bern: Garber, W73; Oxford, 1977; West Nash, 1983; 
Retired, 1988. 

YCE, JOHN IE LEROY R Rocky Mt. 1932 1935 1937 40 

White Mem. -City Road 1933; Richland, 1935; Straits-Harlowe, 1935; Mt. Olive Ct., 1938; 
United States Army, 1942; Carrboro, 1945; Glen Raven, 1949; Four Oaks, 1951; Havelock, 
1956; Garner, 1958; Epworth, 1961; Rocky Mt: First, 1965; Henderson: First, 1969; 
Retired, 1973. 

YNER, FRANK BELTON, JR. E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 29 

Pine Valley, 1961; Oleander-Pine Valley, 1961; Bahama-Mt. Bethel, 1965; Dir. of Ed. Min. 
Youth and Young Adult, 1968; Coordinator, Youth Ministries and Camping, 1970; Coord. 
Child and Youth Ministries, 1971; Coord., Leadership Dev. and Adult Work, Conf. Council 
on Ministries, 1973; Mebane, 1974; Durham: Trinity, 1978; Exec. Dir., CCOM, 1985. 

REN, JERRY JAY E Burlington 1964 1%4 1968 24 

Mt. Tirzah, 1964; St. John, 1967; Carver's Creek, 1968; Pembroke: First-Calvary, 1972; 
Durham: Parkwood, 1978; Mt. Olive, 1982; Mt. Gilead: First, 1985. 

SPER, JOHN MARK E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 6 

Burlington: Associate, Front St., 1983; Rocky Mount Parish, 1984; Ocean View, 1987. 
NNEDY, MARK HODGES, JR. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 6 

Hankers Island, 1983; Bunn-Hill King Cir., 1985. 

NG, ARNOLD KIMSEY, JR. 1 DL Greenville 1956 1956 1959 32 

Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1955; Assoc, Edenton St., 1961; Ahoskie, 1964; Woodland, 1970; 
Adm., Methodist Retirement Home, 1974; Disability Leave, 1985. 

NLEY, GRADY LEE R Sanford 1949 1949 1951 36 

Bladen, 1950; Burgaw, 1952; Bethseda, 1956; St. John-Gibson, 1958; Webb Ave., 1962; 
Winstead,1966;Star,1968;Princeton,1970;Tyrell,1972;Angier, 1976;Bahama, 1977;Eureka- 
Yelverton, 1980; Kinston: St. Mark-Woodington, 1982; Institute- Hickory Grove, 1983; Retired, 1985. 
RBY, WALLACE HINES E Burlington 1952 1953 1v54 36 

Fremont 1954; Wallace, 1960; Dunn 1964; Fayetteville: Hay St., 1968; Raleigh: Edenton 
St., 1974; Durham District Supt., 1984. 

IGHT, ROBERT NORMAN DL Durham 1953 1953 1953 35 

Moyock, 1953; Gatesville, 1956; Trinity, 1961; Mayesville, 1963; Wendell, 1967; Clayton, 
1972; Sunset Park, 1976; Franklinton, 1977; Four Oaks, 19fi1; Disability Leave, 1983. 
OTT, THOMAS GARLAND E Durham 1972 1952 1953 16 

Trans, from N. Miss. Conf., 1972; Prof., Methodist Coll, 1972. 

AATZ, CHRISTIAN LAUBE E Fayetteville 1981 1976 1980 7 

Transfer from West. N.Y. Conf., 1981; Cape Fear, 1981; Fayetteville: Johnson Mem. , 1982; 
Leave of Absence, 1985; Pittsboro: First, 1985. 

MNECK, FORREST D. R Fayetteville 1978 7 

Trans, from East Ohio, 1978; Eureka-Yelverton, 1978; Corinth-Antioch, 1980: Retired, 1984. 
NCASTER, ALTON SCOTT 3 R Greenville 1948 1950 1^52 25 

Marvin, 1948; Roanoke Ct., 1951; Pasquotank Ct., 1951; Pine Forest, 1954; Salem, 1958; 
Vanceboro, 1963; Franklin Mem., 1964; Inst. 1968; Washington Ct., 1972; Retired, 1973. 
NCASTER, CHARLES HULBERT R Atlanta, Ga. 1^59 1959 1961 23 

Trans, from Kent. Conf., 1959; Dublin, 1960; Southport, 1961; Asbury-Pineview, 1965; 
Creedmoor,1966;Disability Leave, 1971 ;Social Worker, Umstead Hospital,Butner,1977;Reti red, 1982. 
NCASTER, ECWOOD COLON 4 E Fayetteville 1975 1968 1978 23 

Cumberland, 1965; Norman, 1969; Wesley's Chapel, 1973; Wilmington: Pine Valley, 1987. 
NCASTER, JAMES ROBERT, JR. R Fayetteville 1969 1969 19 

Fayetteville: Johnson Mem., 1969; Rehoboth-Harris Chapel, 1977; Kipl ing-Cokesbury, 1984; 
South Camden, 1986; Retired, 1988. 

NE, BARRY LEE E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 6 

SA: Associate, St. Luke, 1983; Fletcher's Chapel, 1985. 

ATHERMAN, HAROLD FRANKLIN R Kinston 1950 1951 1952 37 

Henderson: City Road, 1950; Knightdale-Ebenezer, 1953; Ebenezer, 1955; Manteo, 1959; 
Morehead: First, 1963; Kinston: Queen St., 1958; New Bern Dist. Supt. 1973; Sanford: St. 
Luke, 1978; First, Rockingham, 1983; Retired, 1987. 

E, DON PAUL E Durham 1972 1972 1975 16 

Four Oaks, 1974; Smith, 1976; Greenville: Holy Trinity, 1981; Trinity, 1984; Rockingham: 
Glenwood, 1988. 

E, HENRY WESTBROOK 5 E Fayetteville 1975 1970 1978 13 

Student Pastor, Harrellsville, 1967; Dublin, 1970; Stedman, 1977; Plank Chapel, 1980; 
Wrightsboro, 1986- Mt. Zion, 1988. 

E, JAMES CARROLL E Durham 1972 1972 1975 16 

Ht.Tirzah-Helena,SLP,1972;Greenville:St.James Assoc, 1974; Laurinburg, St. Luke, 1976; Raleigh: 
lillbrook, 1987. 

E, PERCY OWEN R Fayetteville 1925 1927 1929 37 

Harlow, 1925; Seven Spring, 1925; Windsor, 1927; Jones Ct., 1931; Wallace-Rose Hill, 
1932; Maxton, 1935; Clayton, 1939; Stantonsburg, 1943; Raeford, 1947; Weldon, 1953; 
Jhiteville, 1956; Retired, 1962. 

ELAND, PAUL LEE E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 15 

-ucama, 1968; Spring-Garysburg, 1969; Franklinton, 1973; Chaplain, Duke Medical Center, 
;975; Fairview, 1978; Garner: St. Andrews, 1982. 



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Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includir 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Year 



LEVIN, DENNIS PATRICK E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 

Warren, 1976; Hollands, 1981; Bailey, 1985. 
LEVIS, SUSAN PADGETTE LA Fayetteville 1974 1974 1980 

St. Peters, 1976; LA, 1977; Haymount Assoc. ,1979; LA, 1982; Appt. under Par.425.1 ,1986, LA, 1987. 
LEWIS, HENRY BARTON R Raleigh 1937 1940 1942 

Vanceboro, 1937; Alamance, 1941; Navy Chaplain, 1943; Morehead City, 1956; Whitakers, 

1946; Cedar Grove, 1948: Bethel, 1953 Cam, 1954; Cary, 1959; Siler City, 1964; 

Manteo, 1968; Retired, 1973. 
LEWIS, JERRY DEAN E Fayetteville 1984 

Moncure-Buckhorn, 1984; Chaplain,, USAF, 1985. 
LEWIS, VANCE ALLEN 1 R Walkertown 1932 1936 1937 

Hatteras, 1932; Colfax, 1933; Harmony Ct., 1934; Hatteras, 1935; Bakersvi lle-Ashevi lie, 

1936; Hamptonville, 1937; Stunpy Point, 1938; Pasquotank, 1941; Wanchese, 1944; Sabbatical 

Leave, 1947; Withdrew from Conf., 1948; Returned to Conf. 1952- Roper, 1952; Efland, 1954; 

Pinetops, 1955; Rich Square, 1960; Kinston, 1962: Garysburg, 1965- Garland, 1966- Dublin, 

1969; Richlands Ct., 1970; Midway- Bethlehem, 1971; Core Creek, 1975; Retired, 1977. 
LINDBLADE, ERIC NORMAN, JR. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 

Spring-Garysburg, 1979; Chapel Hill, University Assoc, 1980; South Camden, 1981; Rockingham: 

East, 1986. 
LINDBLADE, SUSAN C. LA Fayetteville 1981 1981 1983 

Sharon, 1983; Leave of Absence, 1986; Hamlet: First, Assoc, 1988. 
LINEBERGER, JAMES WORTH R Durham 1932 1934 1936 

Stem, 1933; St. John-Gibson, 1936; Faison-Kenansvi Ue-Wilmington, 1940; Chadbourn, 1944; 

Fuquay, 1948; Dunn-Divine, 1952; Centenary, 1957; Spec. Appt.; Supt., Meth. Hotne for 

Children, 1962; Retired, 1974. 
LISTER, JOE DAVIS 2 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 

Yanceyville, 1974; Trinity, 1981; Swepsonvi lie, 1984; Smith, 1988. 
LITTLE, BROOKS BIVENS R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 

Upper Room Editorial Assoc, 1950; Dir., Upper Room Lib. and Museum, 1967; (SEJ) 

Historian, 1978; Retired, 1986. 
LITTLE, STEPHEN N. E 1978 1984 

Transfer from Kentucky Conf., 1984; West Rockingham, 1984; South Camden, 1988. 
LITZENBERGER, CHARLES MAYNARD E Durham 1972 1972 1975 

Caledonia, 1974; Fayetteville: Hay St., Assoc, 1975; Supernumerary; 1976; Raeford; 

Hoke, 1977; Lake Waccamaw, 1976; Cedar Grove, 1982; Henderson: City Road, 1984; Elizabeth 
^ City: Riverside, 1986. 
LLOYD, FRANK IRWIN, JR. 5 E Montgomery, Ala. 1959 1959 1962 

Trans, from Ala. Conf., 1959; Bynum, 1958; Butner Comm., 1963; Pittsboro, 1968- Selma: 

Edgerton Mem., 1969; Fayetteville: Haymount (Assoc), 1971; Durham: Calvary, 1974; 

Newport: St. James, 1980; Raeford, 1985. 
LOCKLEAR, BILL JAMES E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1983 

Associate, Prospect, Maxton, 1983; Rowland: Ashpole, 1985; Rowland Parish, 1987. 
LOFT IS, THOMAS EDGAR E Durham 1961 1961 1964 

Assoc Rockingham: First, 1963; (Assoc) Jarvis Mem., 1967; St. Matthews, 1970; Oxford, 

1974; Dunn: Divine St., 1977; Tarboro:St. James, 1984. 
LOVELACE, HENRY NEAL E 1971 1968 1971 

Trans, from N. Ark., 1967; Tabernacle, 1967; Tabernacle-Morrow's Chapel, 1975; Creednoor, 

1978; Zebulon, 1983; Apex, 1987. 
LOWDERMILK, WILLIAM PHEFER E Greenville 1956 1956 1960 

Student, 1956; Culbreth Mem., 1958; Asst. Dir. Public Relations, Meth. Coll., 1963; 

Dir. Public Relations, Meth. Coll., 1972; Asst. to The President, 1974; Vice President for 

Church & Community Relations, 1977. 
LOWRY, JERRY 2 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 

Robeson Co.Coop.Min. ,Assoc.(LP), 1981; Branch St. (LP), 1982; Native Amer. Larger Parish, 1985; 

Pembroke: First-West, 1988. 
LOY, JAMES COLUMBUS E Durham 1961 1961 1962 

Kipling, 1961; New Hope, 1966; Calvary Mem., 1969; Raleigh: Macedonia, 1973; Raleigh: 

Pleasant Grove, 1983; Warrenton: Wesley Memorial, 1987. 
LOY, SAMUEL WHITE E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Greenville: St. James, Assoc, 1988. 
LUGAR, LAWRENCE EDWARD 4 E Virginia 1952 1954 1959 

SLP, St. Paul-Sandy Cross, 1953; SLP, Mt. Pleasant, 1954; Trans. From Va. Conf., 

1960; Assoc, Wilson: First, 1960; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1962; Riverside, 1964; 

Wilson: West Nash, 1968; Mt. Gilead: First, 1972; Fayetteville: Salem, 1974; 

Ahoskie, 1978; Du: McMannen, 1980; Raleigh: Ebenezer, 1984; Durham:St. Paul, 1986. 
LUPTON, JAMES GLENN 6 R Kinston 1962 1960 1962 

Seven Springs, 1962; Beech Grove, 1964; St. Paul, 1965; South River, 1968; Angier, 1972; 

Salem, 1976; Retired, 1982. 
MACLEAN, ROBERT ABNER 2 R Wilson 1958 1960 1962 

Eureka-Yelverton, 1958; Clinton Ct., 1960; Jerusalem, 1963; Asbury, 1965; New Hope, 

1969; Faison. 1970- Seaboard, 1972; Bladen, 1976; Silk Hope, 1977; Harkers Island 

1979; Broadway, 1981; Mamers, 1983; Retired, 1986. 
MADISON, JR., JOHN TALTON E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 

WI:Wesley Memorial, Assoc. ,(FLP),1983;WI :Wesley Memorial , Assoc. ,1984; Fair Bluff -Cerro Gordo, 1987. 
MANESS, MADISON WARD R Durham 1933 1935 1937 

Kinnakeet, 1933; South Camden, 1936; Manteo, 1939; Tarboro: St. James, 1944; Mt. Gilead: 

Lakewood, 1951; Burlington: Webb Ave., 1954; Fairmont: Trinity, 1958- Fayetteville: 

Campground, 1960; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1966; Arran Lake-Trinity, 1969; Retired, 1970. 
MANESS, TRACY AUBREY E Rocky Mt. 1960 1960 1963 

Trans, from Ohio Conf., 1959; Morris Chapel, 1960; Assoc, Front St., 1963; Providence. 1964; 

Chaplain USA, 1965; Pastoral Couns. ,Kernersvi I le Family Prac ,1985;Fam.Life Spec. ,MHC, 1986. 
MANGUM, ROBERT LEE E Wilson 19^8 1958 1960 

Trans, from Kent. Conf., 1958; Sandy Plains, 1963; Robeson Church and Comm. Cnt., 1977; 

Prospect, 1981. 
MANN, MILTON THOMAS E Wilmington 1959 1960 1961 

Tabernacle, 1959; Knightdale, 1961; Macon, 1962; Provident, 1965; Duke Chapel, 1970; 

Hertford, 1972; Wilmington: Trinity, 1977; Garber, 1984; LaurinburQ:St.Luke,1987. 
MANN, WILLIAM JOSEPH E Fayetteville 1971 1971 1974 

Student, Yale, 1971; Wilmington: Wesley Mem. (Assoc), 1973; Campus Ministry, NCSU, 1976; 

Dir. Cont. Ed., Duke Div. School, 1984. 



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Years Relation Adnitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



lARSHALL, ANDREW MURDOCK E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1988 

Lemon Springs, 1988. 
lARSICANO, LESLIE MONTFORT E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Asst.Dean, Residential Life, Duke Univ., 1988. 
lARTIN, DWIGHT EDWARD E Fayetteville 198A 1984 1988 

Fayetteville: Person Street, 1988. 
lASON, GLENN ELDRIDGE E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 

Oriental, 1988. 
ASON, LEMUEL REYNOLDS, JR. R Fayetteville 1974 1975 1977 9 

Trans, from W. Va., 1974: Oxford Circuit, 1974; Henderson: White Mem., 1977; New Hope- 

Purley, 1982; Retired, 1983. 
AULTSBY, JOSIAH ALEXANDER, III E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 9 

Student. Candler, 1979; Cary: First, Assoc, 1980; Moncure-Buckhorn, 1981; Chaplain, 

USN, 1983. 
AYO, LEONARD EDWARD 10 E Rocky Mt. 1966 1958 1960 22 

Pikevilte, 1966- Asbury, 1968; Pine Forest. 1969; Star, 1973; Rockingham: Roberdel, 1978; 

Sneads Grove, 1^82; RO: Trinity-Zionl , 1985. 
EACHAM, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN R New Bern 1936 1938 1940 40 

Mt. Gilead Ct., 1936; Siler City, 1940; Caledonia, 1941; Chaplain, USAF, 1942; Durham 

Ct., 1946: West Rockingham, 1946; Fayetteville Ct., 1950; Chaplain USAF, 1951; St. 

Paul's, 1^68; Retired, 1976. 
EACHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 7 R Raleigh 1954 1956 1958 20 

Morehead City: Franklin Mem., 1945; Stumpy Point, 1945; Crescell, 1947; Milton, 1949; 

Sandhills Ct., 1959; Candor, 1960; Ellerbe, 1965; Supernumerary, 1974; Retired, 1977. 
EADOWS, DANIEL EDGAR 10 R Greenville 1963 1956 1958 12 

Hatteras Charge, 1953; Bath, 1956; New Hope, 1959; Hollands-Mt. Zion, 1965; Bailey, 1967; 

Retired, 1975. 
EASAMER, ELWIN HARRELL R Henderson 1930 1932 1934 40 

Town Creek, 1930; Newport, 1932; Rougemont, 1934; Fairfield, 1936; Dover. 1937; Laurel 

Hill, 1938; Orange, 1942; Littleton Ct., 1*45; Whitakers, 1948; Kenly, 1*53; Aulander, 

1958; Spring Hope, 1960; First Meth. Wilson Assoc. ,1963; Middlesex, 1965; Emergency 

Sick Leave, 1966; Pinetops, 1967; Retired, 1970. 
EGILL, GEORGE CASKEY E Kinston 1950 1951 1952 38 

Trans, from Okla. Conf., 1949; Westover-Pleasant Grove, 1950; Westover, 1953; Fellowship 

1954: St. Luke, 1959; Left for study in mission field (Brazil, 1961); Missionary to 

Brazil, 1970. 
ELVIN, BENNY RAY E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 6 

Fayetteville, Person St., 1983; Fayetteville: Trinity, 1986; Fayetteville: Christ, 1988. 
ELVIN, THOMAS G. E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1983 6 

Coats, 1978; Lemon Springs, 1983; Lake Waccamaw, 1988. 
ERCER, CHARLES HENRY R Wilson 1942 1943 1944 46 

Swansboro, 1943; Sunset Park, 1946; Fairmont: Trinity, 1951; Mebane, 1956; Smithfield: 

Centenary, 1960; Laurinburg: First, 1965; Dist. Supt. New Bern, 1968: Dir. Conf. Council 

On Min., 1973; Dist, Supt., Durham, 1978; Roanoke Rapids: First, 1984; Retired, 1988. 
CRCHANT MICHELE WELLONS E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1984 4 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton Assoc, 1984; Raleigh: Morningstar, 1986. 
ETCALF, ELLEN HOPE E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1985 5 

Cary: White Plains, Assoc, 1983; DU: Duke Mem., Assoc, 1984; North Chatham, 1987. 
ETHVIN, RAYFORD HOMER 2 R Fayetteville 1975 1974 1978 12 

Bladen, 1973; Union Chapel, 1976; Spring Hill, 1980; Pee Dee, 1984; Retired, 1986. 
EWBORN, CHARLES HALL 2 R Durham 1953 1957 1959 15 

Battleboro, 1953; Windsor, 1954; Cherry Point, 1960; St. John- Gibson, 1962; Robbins, 

1967; Tabor City, 1970; Rockingham: East, 1974; Newland-Grace, 1976; Laurel Hill, 1978; 

Lumberton: Asbury Pineview; 1982; Retired, 1985. 
IICKEY, PAUL A. E Fayetteville 1976 1962 1966 12 

Trans, from East Ohio, 1976; Prof. Duke Div. School, 1976. 
IIDGETT, PELEG DAMERON, III E New Bern 1957 1958 1960 31 

Oxford Ct., 1956; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate, 1961; Creedmoor, 1965: Seven Springs, 1966; 

Four Oaks, 1966; Newport: St. James, 1970; Ocean View, 1975; Wallace, 1977; Southport, 

1982. 
IILLER, JAMES HERBERT, JR. E Sanford 1949 1949 1951 39 

Moyock, 1950; Westminster, 1951; Snow Hill: Calvary Mem., 1956; Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1961; 

Beaufort: Ann St., 1965; New Bern: Centenary, 1970; Fayetteville Dist. Supt., 1973; Dir. 

Conf. COM, 1978; Cary: First, 1982. 
IILLER, MELVIN RAY R Tulsa, Okla. 1930 1933 1935 31 

Transfer from Central Tex. Conf., 1945; USA Chaplain, 1945; Arran Lake, 1966; 

Supernumerary, 1968; St. Paul-Trinity, 1969; Retired, 1971. 
IINNIS, JESSE F. R High Point 1922 1922 1922 5 

Pembroke, 1956; Sanford: Trinity, 1958; Lucama, 1960; Retired, 1961. 
IITCHELL, CHARLES MANESS R Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1945 41 

Student Duke Univ., 1943; Atlantic, 1944; Beaufort, 1948; Havelock, 1949: Pikeville, 

1951; Aulander, 1954; Seaboard, 1958; Elm City, 1961; Exec Sec Meth. Minister's Credit 

Union, Raleigh, 1964. Managing Dir., Meth. Minister's Credit Union, 1974; Retired, 1984. 
ITCHELL, JOHN DAVID 5 E Burlington 1964 1966 1968 24 

Pine Level, I960; Silk Hope, 1964; Piney Grove-Hickory Grove, 1968; Fayetteville: Victory, 

1973; Roanoke, 1977; Raleigh, Wesley Memorial, 1984. 
OE, DAVID LAUGHLIN R Utica, N.Y. 1947 1947 1947 23 

Trans, from North N.Y. Conf., 1957; St. Matthews, 1957; Vass, 1961; Swansboro, 1964; 

Tabor City, 1968; Rose Hill, 1970; Carthage, 1974; Carrboro, 1976; Shallotte: Camp, 

1977; Retired, 1980. 
OONEY, ROBERT CLEVELAND, JR. R Decatur, Ala. 1942 1943 1944 34 

Trans, from North Ala. Conf., 1947; Eastover, 1947; Duke Chapel, 1951; Grifton, 1953; 

WiUiamston, 1956: Southern Pines. 1959; Lumberton: Chestnut St., 1963; Raeford, 1968; 

Graham: First, 1970; Cary: First, 1975; Du:Asbury,1978; DL, 1980; Retired, 1981. 
OORE, JACK WARREN R Chicago, III. 1958 1958 1960 13 

Trans. from Rock River Conf. ,1960; Dean.NC Wesleyan Coll, 1960; Prof.,NC Wesleyan Coll., 

1972; Retired, 1984. 
MRE, ROBERT FREEMAN R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 37 

Aurora, 1950; Mayesville, 1954; Carthage, 1959; Red Springs, 1963: Garner: First, 1969: 

FA: Christ Church, 1970; Swansboro, 1975; Grifton, 1979; Fairmont:Trinity, 1981; Retired, 1987. 



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MOORE, SAMUEL STREET 8 R Rocky Mt. 1960 1957 1959 

Morehead: Franklin Mem., 1954; Cokesbury, 1960; Erwin, 1966; Goshen- Keener, 1972; Wendell, 

1976; Bailey, 1982; Retired 1985. 
MOORMAN, JULIAN P. R ^ . ,^,^ „ . ^ ,„„^ 

Trans, from Holston Conf., 197A; Chaplain NC Dept. of Corrections, 1974; Retired, 1985. 
MORGAN, ROBERT WHITTELSEY E Durham 1961 1961 1964 

Assoc. Asbury. 1961: Assoc, Carr, 1962; Spring Hope, 1964; Mt. Zion, 1969; Wilson: 

Winstead, 1973; Enfield, 1979; New Sharon, 1985. 
MORRIS, ALVIN JOSEPH 6.5 E Fayetteville 1976 1968 1978 

Harrells Circuit, 1964; Magnolia, 1965; Oleander-Pine Val ley, 1968; Mt. Gilead: 

First, 1974; Rowland: First, 1976; Red Springs: Trinity, 1979; Burlington: Emmanuel, 1986 

Wesley Chapel, 1988. ,^,^ ^^,^ ^„,„ 

MORRIS, CLARENCE POE R Burlington 1932 1932 1938 

Orange, 1937; East Rockingham, 1942; Troy: Trinity, 1946; Exec. Sec. Meth. Board of 

Ed., 1950; Assoc. Dir. Christian Nurture- Training, 1970; Camp Don-Lee and Mins. of Ed. 

Pamlico Parish, 1973; Retired, 1976. ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 

MORRIS, HOMER EDWARD E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1979 

Harlowe-Oak Grove, 1977; Wilmington: Fifth Ave, 1981; Burgaw, 1985. 
MORRISON, CHARLES KENNETH 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 

Spring-Garysburg, 1973; Trinity, 1976; Nashville, 1978; Emmanuel, 1982; Roanoke Rapids: 

Rosemary, 1986. ^^ .„^ ,^,^ 

MORRISON, JOHN EDWARD E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 

Hart-Speight, 1965; West Halifax, 1967; Roanoke Rapids: First, Assoc, 1972; New Bern: 

Riverside, 1^75; COM Staff, 1977; Troy: Trinity, 1982; DU: Trinity. 1985. 
MORROW, FLOYD RANSOME E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 

Pleasant Grove-Ashpole, 1974; Macon, 1975; Sandy Cross, 1979; Shady Grove, 1984; Marrow's 

Chapel, 1985. 
MOSELEY, CHARLES K. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1982 

Rougemont, 1977; Belhaven: Trinity, 1981; Maury-Mt. Herman, 1982; Clinton: Grace, 1985; 

Saulston, 1988. 
MOSER, RACHEL T. E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 

Trans, from Western NC Conf., 1977; Rocky Mt.: First, Min. of Ed.. 1977; Red Oak, 1979; 

L. A. 1981; West Halifax, 1982; Lumberton: Chestnut St., Assoc, 1987. 
MULLEN, ROOERIC LYNN E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Garner: First, Assoc, 1988. 
MOSER, RICK ALTON 1 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1978 

Red Oak, 1976; Rocky Mt.: Clark St., 1979; Scotland Neck, 1983; Caledonia 1987. 
MOSER, ROBERT EDWARD LEE R Greensboro 1934 1934 1938 

Spencer, 1934; Fountain Place, 1936; Clark St., 1940; Vance , 1945; Gardner-Ebenezer, 

1950; Garner, 1953; Trinity, 1958; Raeford, 1962; Burl: Davis St., 1968; Retired, 1976. 
MURPHY, MILES JR. E Raleigh 1956 1956 1958 

Lauringburg Ct., 1956; Red Springs, 1959; Chaplain USAF, 1964; Chaplain, VA Hosp.,1967. 
MURRAY, ERIC OCTAVIOUS 2 R Raleigh 1965 1960 1963 

Allensdale. 1965; Union Chapel, 1968; Hollands, 1974; Asbury-Dover, 1975; Faith, 1976; 

Retired, 1980. 
MUSSER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN R Rocky Mt. 1943 1945 1946 

Spring Hope, 1943; Elm City, 1948; Seaboard, 1952; Nashville, 1956; Rocky Mt.: Englewood, 

1961; Wrightsville, 1965; Retired, 1969. 
MYERS, CHARLES DONALD LA Durham 1972 1972 1974 

Halifax, 1970; Fayetteville: St. Andrews, 1975; Haw River, 1977; Sabbatical Leave, 1981; 

Oxford: Salem, 1982; Leave of Absence, 1986. 
MCADAMS, JR., DAVID SARGENT E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1985 

Roanoke Rapids: First, Assoc, 1983; Cunberland, 1984; SA: St. Luke, Assoc, 1985. 
MCCARVER, CLYDE GAY R Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 

Roxboro Ct., 1944; Duke's Chapel, 1947; Sunset Park, 1951: Troy: Trinity, 1954; 

Washington: First, 1958; Chapel Hill: Univ. 1962; Wi Im. Dist. Supt. 1966- Raleigh: 

Hayes Barton, 1971; Rockingham Dist. Supt., 1975; Sanford Dist. Supt. 1977- Retired. 1981. 
MCCOMAS, WILLIAM P. R Fayetteville 1975 1960 1964 

Trans, from W. Va., 1975; Creswell, 1975; Allensvi I le-Trinity, 1976; Bethel, 1978; Atlantic, 

1979; Retired, 1980. 
MCCULLEN, BILLIE RUDOLPH 10 R Burlington 1964 1958 1960 

Inst. Chg., 1954; Faison Chg., 1957; Bethany, 1965; Oxford Chg., 1966; Pink Hill, 1968; 

Vanceboro, 1969; Micro-Fellowhip, 1971; Whitley, 1980; Retired, 1984. 
MCDONALD, WALTER NEIL R Kinston 1950 1950 1952 

Riverside, 1950; Franklinton, 1953; Prof. Louisburg Coll, 1956; Retired, 1987. 
MCKEE, ROBERT FULTON DL Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Louisburg Coll., 1952: Garland, 1954; Chadbourn, 1955; Trinity, 1958; Richlands 1961; 

Bethel, 1967- Dunn: Divine St., 1973: Raleigh: Longview, 1977; Fuquay-Varina, 1980; 

Creedmoor, 1983; Disability Leave, 1984. 
MCKENZIE, CHARLES ERWIN E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1977 

Student 1973; Eliz. City: First (Assoc), 1975; Pasquotank, 1977; Moyock, 1982; Elizabeth 

City: City Road, 1984. 
MCKENZIE, GEORGE ROBERT, JR. E Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Appointed to Attend Sch.,1953; Assoc, Jarvis Mem., 1954; St. Matthew, 1956; Dir. of Youth Work, 

1957; Wynnewood Park, I960: Westminister, 1962: Eliz. City. 1968; Eliz. City, Dist. Supt., 1970; 

Burlington: Front St., 1974; Rocky Mount District Supt., 1^84. 
MCKITA, CARLETON P. E West Pa. Conf. 

Spec. Apptm.,V.P. Dev. N. C. Wesleyan College, 1983. 
MCLAMB, HOWARD MCKINNON R Wilmington 1935 1937 1939 

Pink Hill, 1935; Fairmont, 1939; Ahoskie, 1945; Hamlet, 1949; Goldsboro Dist. Supt., 

1954; Jarvis Mem., 1960; Burlington: Davis St., 1961- Board of Evangelism, 1965; 

Greenville Dist. Supt., 1970; Apex, 1975; Retired, 1978. 
MCLAURIN, HORACE LEE E Durham 1961 1961 1966 

Kitty Hawk, 1961; Moyock. 1964; Fletcher's Chapel, 1957; Mt. Hermon, 1971; Newport, 

1976; Durham; Calvary, 1980; Murf reesboro, 1984; Smyrna, 1988. 
MCLENDON, JAMES EARL DL Fayetteville 1981 1974 1986 

Spring Lake, 1981; Woodland, 1984; Cumberland, 1985; Disability Leave, 1987. 
MCMILLAN, SAMUEL DUNCAN, JR. E New Bern 1957 1957 1961 

Trinity, 1956; Wellons Vi I lage, 1959;St .Matthew's, 1963;Mt.Gi lead, 1968; Laurinburg: Fi rst, 1972; 

Henderson:First,1977;Cary:White Plains, 1981;Wi Imington District Supt. ,1987. 



Appointment 

Years Not 

Ordained Ordained Including 

_Deacon Elder LP Years 

CQUADE, J. STANLEY E 2 

Transfer from Western NC Conference, 1986; Chaplain, Meth. Students, Canpbell Univ., 1986. 
AGEL, DONALD CHARLES E Durham 1961 1961 1963 27 

Student, Duke Div. Sch.. 1961; Cary: First, Assoc. 1963: Hollands, 1965; Student, NCSU; 

1967; Student, UNC, 196$; Norfolk Med. Intern, 1972; Residence in Family Practice, 

Newport News, 1973; Asst. Prof. UNC-Ashevi I le, 1975. 
AIDER, KONSTANTLY MARSELI R Warsaw, Poland 1926 1926 1926 44 

Missionary to Polish people in N.C. Conf., 1953; Retired, 1972. 
ANNEY, ROY KEITH E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 10 

Vance, 1978; Pasquotank, 1982; Fayetteville: Culbreth, 1987. 
ASON, MAURICE, JR. E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1980 12 

Rockingham: First, Assoc, 1980; Laurel Hill, 198^; West End, 1986; Oak Grove, 1988. 
EESE, WILLIAM JUNIUS R Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 40 

Eno, 1940; Marvin-St. Paul, 1941; Elm City, 1943; Ellerbe, 1947: Jonesboro, 1952; WI : 

Fifth Aven.; 1957; Roanoke Rapids, 1959; FA: Haymount, 1965; Wilmington Dist. Supt., 

1971; Gold: St. Paul, 1975; Retired, 1980. 
EWMAN, WILLIAM WINTER E Rocky Mt. 1966 1966 1968 22 

High Towers, 1 966; BU: Front St .Assoc , 1968;Apex, 1969;Staff NC Coun.of Churches, 1970;No Apptmt., 

1973;Staff Migrant & Seasonal Farm Workers Assoc. ,1974;Yanceyvi I le,1982;Prospect, 1986. 
ICKENS, CHARLES GRAHAM 3 R Kinston 1950 1950 1954 31 

Oriental, 1947; Grimesland, 1948; Windsor, 1952; Sick Leave, 1954; Dublin, 1955; Eliz. 

City: City Rd., 1950; Tabor City, 1965; Sick Leave, 1968; Newland-Grace, 1969; Pikeville, 

1976; Disability Leave, 1981; Retired, 1984. 
ICKS, ROBERT LEE R Henderson 1946 1945 1948 35 

Burlington Ct.. 1947; Bahama, 1950; Trinity, 1951; Meth. Home for Children. 1956: 

Wilm: Grace, 1962; Calvary, 1965; Beaufort, 1970; Smithfield: Centenary, 1975; Disability, 

1977; Retired, 1981. 
'BRIENT, CLARENCE EDGAR 1 E Fayetteville 1974 1974 1978 14 

Silk Hope, 1973; Currituck, 1977; Milwaukee, 1979; Marshal Iberg-Smyrna, 1983; Hookerton, 

1986; Dublin, 1988. 
'KEEF, ROBERT DAVID E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 13 

Asbury-Bethlehem, 1974; Rockingham, Glenwood, 1976; Kinston: Queen St., Assoc, 1978; 

Windsor, 1980; CH: Orange, 1985; Richlands, 1988. 
LD, MARSHALL ROY E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1976 15 

Jacksonville: Trinity, Assoc, 1975; Oak Grove, 1979; Carthage, 1984; Graham: First, 1988. 
LIVER, JAMES RALPH E Burlington 1964 1964 1967 24 

Chestnut Ridge, 1964- Assoc, Long Mem., 1966; Brookdale-Brookland, 1967; Knightdale, 1971; 

Durham: Lakewood, 1972; Elm City, 1975; Ocean View, 1980; Pembroke: First-Calvary, 1984; 

Goldsboro: Providence, 1988. 
RMOND, JOHN KERN R Raleigh 1937 1939 1941 40 

Princeton, 1937; Carrboro, 1938; Oriental, 1939; Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1942; Benson, 1945; 

Ahoskie, 1949; Trinity, 1953; Trans, to N.M. Conf., 1958; Trans, from N.M. Conf., 1960; 

Bailey, 1960; Farmville, 1962; Garner, 1964; Hamlet: First, 1969; Eliz. City: First, 

1971; Retired, 1977. 
RMOND, JOHN KERN, JR. E Raleigh 1965 1965 

Assoc, Edenton St.,1969;Ministry In and To Society, 1974;Couns.,Ctr. for Growth & 
S80RN, ROBERT T. E Seattle, Wash. 1954 1954 

Trans, from Pacific N.W. Conf., 1954; Prof. Duke Univ., 1954. 
ULTON, JO-ANN MERRITT E Fayetteville 1973 1973 

Student, 1973; Wilmington: Wesley Mem, 1976; Caldeonia, 1979; Leave of Absence, 

Carver's Creek, 1983; Love Joy-Macedonia, 1986. 
STEEN, EDWARD POWELL, JR. E Fayetteville 1984 1984 

Raleigh: Highland, Assoc, 1984; Durham: Resurrection, 1987. 
WEN, JOHN MALLOY, III E Burlington 1952 1953 

Greenville: St. James, 1953; Clayton, 1959; Raleigh: St. Mark's, 1964; District Super- 

tendent. New Bern, 1980; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, 1984. 
WEN, TRAVIS WINEFRED 6 E Durham 1961 1958 1963 27 

Pembroke Ct., 1961; Carver's Ct., 1963; Burgaw, 1969; Ayden, 1975; Siler City:First, 1981. 
WENS, CHARLES BRUCE E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1986 5 

Conway, 1983; Salem, 1984. 
WENS, CHARLES EDWARDS E Durham 1959 1953 1953 35 

Trans, to Chile, Annual Conf. 1955; Trans, from Texas Conf., Kittrell-Plank Chapel, 

1959; Burgaw, 1961; Warsaw, 1968; Fairmont: Trinity, 1970- Burlington: St. Paul's, 1973; 

Warrenton: Wesley Memorial, 1978; Brooksdale-Brookland, 1982; Brooksdale, 1987; Durham: 

Calvary, 1988. 
KENDINE, MILFORD, JR. 2 E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1980 13 

Pleasant Grove-Ashpole, Assoc.d .S. ), 1973; Mt. Tabor-Riverview, 1974; Sandy Plains, 

1976; Sandy Plains-Branh St. ,1977; Sp. Apptmt., Roberson Co. Ch. & Comm. Cir. & Campus 

Min., Pembroke State Univ., 1978; Pleasant Grove & Campus Min., Pembroke State Univ., 

1979; Pleasant Grove-Fairview, 1980; Chaplain, USN, 1981. 
VCE, JAMES HERRINGTON E 9 

Trans, from Alabama- W. Fla.., 1979; Professor, Elon College, 1979. 
!\RKER, JOSEPH CHAPMAN 6 R Burlington 1964 1961 1964 24 

Lane's Chapel, 1964; Cherry Pt., 1965; Asbury-Dover, 1970; Vass, 1975; Selma: Edgerton, 

1980; Grifton, 1985; Retired, 1988. 
*RRISH, CARRIE WHITEHURST E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 9 

South River, 1978; Roseboro, 1988. 

»RVIN, JAMES BURBANK 2 E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 29 

Institute. 1957; Norlina, 1962; Tarboro: St. James, 1964; Weldon 1968; Mt. Olive: 

First, 1971; Jacksonvi I le:Trini ty, 1975;Greenvi lie District Supt., 1981; Henderson: First, 1987. 

iSCHAL, JOHN SIDNEY 4 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1970 21 

Sanford: Trinity, 1963; Chapel Hill, Orange, 1966; Assoc, Clinton: First, 1972; Southern 

Pines, 1974; WhiteviUe, 1979; Laurinburg: First, 1986. 

.SQUARELLO, MICHAEL III E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1987 1 

Wilmington: Oleander-Devon Park, 1987. 

TE, ROBERT BRUCE E Durham 1953 1953 1955 35 

[Bridgeton 1954; St. Mark, 1957; Wynnewood. 1962; Norlina, 1964; Knightdale, 1968; Clinton: 

Grace, 1971; Durham: Glendale Heights, 1977; Oxford, 1983. 

TE, SUSAN LYNN E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1983 6 

Associate, Jarvis Memorial, 1983; Hollands. 1985. 



1969 

Dev.J978. 

19^5 


22 

34 


1978 
1981; 


13 


1987 


4 


1954 


36 



Appointmen 

L.P. Years No 

Appointnnent Present Uhere When Ordained Ordained Includin 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Year 



PATTEN, BROOKS R Rocky Mt. 1943 1945 1945 

Robbins Ct., 1943; Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1945; Stedman, 1946; Wesley Found., 1948; Chaplain, 

U.S. Army, 1950; Pittsboro, 1952; Highland. 1954; Aberdeen, 1959: Bethany, 1963; Jonesboro 

Hgts., 1966; Jacksonville: Northwoods, 1969; New Bern: Trinity, 1973; Hamlet: Fellowship, 

1974; Ueldon, 1978; Seaboard, 1982; Retired, 1984. 
PATTON, GEORGE RONALD E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1980 

Jerusalem-Bethel, 1979; CPE Prog., NC Mem. Hosp., 1985; Durham: Bethesda, 1986; Henderson: 

City Road, 1988. 
PAXTON, ROGER DAVIDSON E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1986 

Micro-Fellowship, 1980; Holly Springs, 1981; Leave of Absence, 1982; Student, CPE Intern, 

NC Memorial Hosp., 1983; Swan Quarter, 1984. 
PAYNE, ARGEL HAROLD E Goldsboro 1967 1961 1964 

Trans, from Va. Conf., 1966; White Mem., 1966; Pleasant Grove, 1970; Gatesville, 1973; 

Burgaw, 1975; Raleigh: Longview, 1980; Smyrna, 1983; Newport: St. James, 1988. 
PEARCE, HARVEY WORTH 4 E Asheville 1954 1957 1959 

Trans, from W.N.C. Conf.. 1957; Columbia, 1959; Halifax, 1961; Saxapahaw, 1964; Webb 

Ave., 1966; Riverside, 1969; Pittsboro: First, 1972; Union Chapel, 1974; Northhampton, 1976; 

Kenansvi lie- Parish, I960; South Mills, 1983; Rich Square-Woodland, 1985; Laurel Hill, 1986; 

Roberdel, 1988. 
PEARSALL, JOHN SANDERS R Fayetteville 1955 1955 1957 

Trans. from S.Calif .-Ariz. Conf., 1957; Carolina Beach, 1957; Bethseda; 1958; Grace, 1959; 

Robersonvi lie, 1960; Chap. to E.N.C. Sanatorium, 1962; Sims, 1962; Chap. ,VA, 1966. Retired, 1984. 
PEELE, LUTHER MARTIN E Fayetteville 1973 1973 1980 

Wrightsboro, 1972; Wilmington: Oleander -Devon Park, 1981; Zion, 1985. 
PERNELL, LEON JACtCSON LA Fayetteville 1980 1980 1985 

Stem-Bullock, 1980; Middleburg, 1983; LA, 1987; Mamers, 1988. 
PETERSON, FRANCIS GERALD E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 

Palmer's Grove, 1962; Woodington-Webb's, 1965; Belhaven, 1967; Greenville: St. James, 

Assoc, 1970; Coordinator. Children's Ministry and Camping, Conf. Coun. on Min., 1974; 

Counselor, Court System, i976; Dir., Phoenix Org., 1980; Assoc, Kinston: Queen St., 

1981; Pittsboro: First, 1983; Family Life Specialist, MHC, 1985. 
PETTEWAY, WARREN BERNARD 2 R Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1945 

Rougemont, 1943; E. Rockingham, 1946: Asbury, 1952- Henderson: First, 1958; Duke Mem., 

1965; Wilson: First, 1971; Raleigh Dist. Supt., 1975; FA: Haymount, 1980; Retired, 1985. 
PHILLIPS, GRADY PAUL. Ill E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 

Rocky Mt: First, 1^63; Fairmont. Assoc, 1965; Layden, 1966; Carolina Beach, 1969; 

Carolina Beach: St. Paul's, 1970; Scotland Neck, 1973; Durham: McMannen, 19^7; Mt. 

Gilead: First, 1980; Assoc. Dir., CCOM, 1985. 
PHILLIPS, HENRY ARTHUR, JR. 1 E Greenville 1956 1956 1959 

Allensville-Trinity, 1956; Shallotte Camp, 1959; Assoc, Edenton St., 1964; Carthage, 

1969; Louisburg, 1974; Swansboro, 1979; Burlington: Davis Street, 1988. 
PHILLIPS, JAMES DONALD E Rocky Mt. 1966 1966 1969 

Maybrook-Massey, 1966; Bahama: Mt. Bethel, 1968; Nashville, 1973; Burlington: Emnanuel, 

1978; Aberdeen, 1982; Wesley's Chapel, 1987; Manteo: Mt. Olivet, 1988. 
PHILLIPS, LEE ALLEN R Wilson 1958 1958 1961 

Lumberton Ct., 1958; Fair Bluff, 1963; Oleander Pine Valley, 1965; West Rockingham- 

Zion, 1968; West Rockingham, 1976; Retired, 1984. 
PICKETT, HAROLD THURMAN E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1965 

Shallotte, 1960; Carrols Ch.-Sneads Ferry, 1963; Aulander, 

1965; Silk Hope Ct., 1968; Cobb Ct., 1970; St. John's-Gibson, 1975; West End, 1977; 

Whitakers, 1979; Belgrade-Tabernacle, 1983; South Mills, 1987. 
PINNER, WILLIAM RICKMAN 7 E Fayetteville 1977 1970 1981 

Perquimans, 1968: Assoc. Membership, 1974; Lucama-Sims, 1974; Durham: Pleasant 

Green, 1976; Kenly-Buckhorn, 1980; Concord, 1984; Wilson: Winstead, 1988. 
PLYLER, LORENZO PIERCE 6 R York, Pa. 1969 1957 1959 

Trans, from N. Iowa Conf., 1969; Prof., Methodist College, 1969; Retired 1983. 
POE, JOHN ROBERT, SR. R New Bern ^935 1938 1940 

Hatteras, 1935- Aulander, 1937; Newport, 1941; Trenton, 1944; Swepsonvi I le, 1946; W. 

Burlington, 1950; Fuquay Springs, 1961; St. Paul, 1965; Raleigh:Trinity, 1966; Retired.1973. 
POLLOCK, CHARLES LUTHER 5 E Fayetteville 1974 197^ 197^ 

Lyon Mem., 1969: Hoi ly Springs, 1970; Turkey, 197Z; Wake Forest, 1974; Fayetteville: 

Christ, 1978; Richlands, 1981; Washington: First, 1985. 
POLLOCK, HENRY FULTON R McKeesport, Pa. 1928 1928 1930 

Trans, from Pa. Conf., 1953; Maury-Mt. Herman, 1953; Goshen, 1957; Kenly, 1959; Atlantic, 

1960; Beech Grove, 1962; Woodington, 1963; Kinston Ct., 1965; Retired, 1967. 
PONDER, REGINALD WALLACE E Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 

Student Pastor, Fayetteville: Lovejoy-Macedonia, 1958; Burlington: Leasburg, 1962; 

Rocky Mt.: Englewood, 1966- Sanford: St. Luke, 1970; New Bern District Supt., 1978 

Raleigh District Supt., 1980; Rocky Mt: First, 1983; Ex.Sec.,SEJ COM, 1987. 
POPE, THOMAS ARNOLD 2 R Greenville 1956 1956 1958 

Stokes, 1956; Smith, 1957; Winstead, 1962; Franklinton, 1966; Meth. Coll., Spec. Appt., 

1967; Dean of Students, Meth. Coll., 1970; Asst. Prof., Meth. Coll., 1973; Retired, 1981. 
PORTER, ERNEST RAY 2 E Gulfport, Miss. 1961 1959 1963 

Trans, from Miss. Conf. 1961; Bethseda, 1959; Union Grove, 1961; Associate, Hayes 

Barton, 1962; Selman, 1964- Westminster, 1968; Assoc. Dir., Prog. Council Witness. 

Outreach & Involvement, 1971; New Bern: Centenary, 1973; Goldsboro Dist. Supt., 1980; 

Dir., CCOM, 1982; Ex. Dir., Methodist Retirement Homes, 1985; Morehead City: First, 1986; 

Dir., Off. of Finance & Field Serv., GBGM. 
PORTS, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR. R Lynchburg, Va. 1956 1945 1946 

Trans, from Va. Conf., 1956- West Rockingham, 1956; St. Mark's, I960; Wallace, 1964; 

Wilmington: Fifth Avenue 1968; Burlington: West Burlington, 1974; Disability, 1978; 

Retired, 1984. 
POTTER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JR. E Greenville 1963 1963 1969 

Rockingham: First, 1967; Bellmont, 1968- Columbia: Wesley Mem., 1968; Princeton, 1972; 

Durham: Aldersgate, 1975- Grad. Sch., Wright State Univ., 1981; Broughton Hosp., 

Clin. Psych. Intern, 1983; 0ir.,Psy. Services, Gaston-Lincoln Mental Hea. Programs, 1983. 
POULK, ROBERT MCDONALD 7 E Rocky Mount 1960 1956 1958 

Beaufort Circuit, 1953; Salem, 1958; Fayetteville: Culbreth Mem., 1965; Selma: Edgarton- 

Brietz, 1973; Ahoskie, 1980. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



RESNELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL E Fayettevi I le 1974 1974 1978 U 

Rock Creek, 1974; Riverside, 1977; Maxton: St. Paul's, 1981; Windsor,, 1985. 
RITCHARD, RALPH WILLIAM R Bedford, Ind. 1935 1936 1937 22 

Trans, from Ind. Conf., 1953; Rich Square. 1953; Fayettevi lie: Wesley Hgts., 1958; 

Cordova, 1961; Swepsonvi lie, 1967; Raleigh: Wesley Mem., 1971; Disabilty Leave, 1974; 

Retired, 1975. 
RIVETTE, TOMMY GORDON E Fayettevi lie 1978 1978 1982 7 

Roxboro: Longhurst, 1978; Littleton, 1980; Lovejoy-Macedonia, 1983: Pleasant Hill, 1986. 
RIVETTE, WILLIAM EDWARD E Durham 1972 1972 1976 16 

Middlesex, 1968; Hebron, 1971 ;Fairview,1975;Apex,1978;Southem Pines, 1981 ;Kinston:Queen St., 1987. 
ULLMAN, ROBERT STANFORD E New Bern 1957 1958 1961 30 

Pasquotank, 1959; Wanchese, 1961; Laurinburg: Saint Luke, 1965- Student, Candler Sch. 

of Theology, Emory Univ., 1969: New Bern: Centenary, Assoc, 1971: Burlington: Front 

Street, Assoc, 1972; Fayettevi lie: St. Matthews, 1V74; Aberdeen, 1978; Plymouth, 1982; 

Red Springs: Trinity, 1986. 
URCELL, EUGENE G., JR. R Rocky Mt. 1953 1944 1945 37 

Glen Raven, 1943; Fair Bluff, 1949: Ahoskie, 1953; Pikeville, 1958; Prof., Atlantic 

Christian Coll., 1961; Retired, 1982. 
UEEN, VERGIL ERWIN R Fayettevi lie 1939 1941 1943 36 

Carrboro, 1939; Haymount, 1945; Wi Imington Dist. Supt., 1952; Duke Mem. , 1956: Prof. 

Duke Univ., 1958; Eliz. City: First. 1959; Sanford Dist., 1964; So. Pines, 1970; 

Disability Leave, 1974; Retired, 1974. 
ADFORD, JACK RUSSELL E Fayettevi lie 1983 1983 1986 5 

Vance, 1983; Wake Forest, 1986. 
ANDOLPH, FRANCIS RODERICK R Wilson 1958 1960 1961 22 

Gray Rock, 1958; Bethseda, 1960; Kenly, 1963; Stantonsburg, 1964; Wallace, 1968; Durham: 

Calvary, 1970; Greenville: St. James, 1974: Sabbatical, 1977; Leave of Absence, 1978; 

Ral: St. James, Assoc, 1979; Retired, 1981. 
(\Y, ROBERT HENDERSON E Fayettevi lie 1976 1976 1980 12 

West End, 1979; Laurinburg: Central, 1986. 
EAVIS, JR., JAMES LEWIS E Fayettevi lie 1981 1981 1986 7 

Mt. Carmel-Hermon, 1981; Sandy Cross, 1984. 
EDMOND, ROBERT CHARLES 2 E Fayettevi lie 1975 1973 1976 13 

Pollocksville. 1975; Greenville: Jarvis Mem. Assoc, 1977; Wrightsville Beach, 1978; 

Pinetops, 1983; Wallace, 1985. 
EED, JOHN EDWARDS, SR. 1 R Greenville 1956 1956 1958 31 

Andrews- Soapstone, 1955; Maybrook-Massey, 1956; Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1958; Student, Univ. 

of Texas, 1969; Asst.Prof . ,Col l.of the Ozarks,Ark., 1971; Assoc. Prof., 1976; Retired, 1987. 
EGAN, JAMES R. 5 R Wilson 1942 1944 1946 25 

Stumpy Pt.. 1928; Kinnakeet, 1929; Hatteras, 1939; Mattamuskeet, 1940; Mamers, 1943; 

Erwin, 1945: Leasburg, 1946; Troy Ct., 1947; Pinebluff, 1949; Stern. 1951: White Mem.- 

Wesley, 1952- Pink Hill, 1953; South River, 1957; Wesley Heights, 1961; Ellerbe, 1963; 

Retired, 1967. 
ICHARDSON, ALLEN 1.75 R Burlington 1964 1964 1966 22 

Trans, from Church of the Nazarene, 1962: Town Creek, 1962; WhiteviUe Ct., 1964; 

Chadbourne- Evergreen, 1968; Chaplain, Columbus County Hospital, 1977; Retired, 1986. 
ICHARDSON, JOHN EARL R Kinston 1950 1951 1952 33 

Aulander, 1951- Edenton, 1954; Riverside, 1959: Goshen- Keener, 1961; Clark St., 1965; 

Franklinton, 1969; Southport, 1973; Fayettevi lie: St. Matthew, 1978; Retired, 1983. 
ICHEY, RUSSELL EARL E Burlington 1964 1964 1971 24 

Prof., Drew Univ., 1969; AssocDean for Acad. Affairs, Duke Div. Sch. ,1986. 
ICKARDS, JAMES PERRY E Raleigh 1954 1954 1955 34 

Clinton Ct., 1954; Chaplain, USAF, 1955; Staff. Div. of Chaplains and Rel. Min., 1976; 

Coord., Nat. Conf. On Min. to Armed Forces, 19o2. 
ICKS, ROBERT DENNIS. JR. 6 E Durham 1961 1959 1963 27 

Shallotte: Camp, 1955; Moyock, 1956: Star, 1959: Fayettevi I le: Salem, 1964; Fayettevi lie: 

Camp Ground, 1969; Graham: First, 1^75; Farmville, 1981; Garner: First, 1984; Clinton: 

Grace, 1988. 
DBERTS, FREDERICK EUGENE E Fayettevi lie 1976 1976 1979 12 

Gaston, 1975; Hatteras, 1979; Mt.Hermon, 1983. 
OBERTS, JOHN MILTON E Goldsboro 1967 1964 1969 21 

Faison, 1967; Stedman, 1970; Princeton, 1975. 
DBBINS, CECIL WAYNE R Rocky Mount 1932 1934 1936 42 

Mamers, 1932; Jenkins Mem., 1934; Fremont, 1937; Mt. Olive, 1941; Warrenton, 1945: 

Editor, N.C. Christian Advocate, 1949; Pres., Louisburg College, 1955; Retired, 1*74. 
DBINSON, CHARLES KIVET R N. Texas 1973 1953 1960 13 

Trans, from N. Texas Conf., 1973; Assoc. Prof., Div. Sch., Duke University, 1973; Retired, 1986. 
OUSE, BENJAMIN CHARLES E Greenville 1963 1963 1968 25 

Student, Duke Sem., 1963: Assoc, Haymount, 1966; Creedmoor, 1971; Sanford: Jonesboro,1978. 

Wilmington: Trinity, 1984; Fayettevi lie: Camp Ground, 1988. 
JDD, ROBERT JOSEPH E Atlanta, Ga. 1961 1959 1962 27 

Trans, from N. Ga. Conf^ 1961; Kittrell, 1961; Evangelist, 1966: Pinebluff, 1971; 

Rockingham: Pee Dee, 1975: Smithfield: Whitley, 1979; Bolivia, 1980; Shallotte Ct., 1981; 

Henderson: White Mem., 1962; Wilm: Sunset Park, 1983; Marshal Iberg-Smyrna, 1986. 
UDIN, JOHN JESSE, II R Henderson 1946 1947 1948 34 

AssocProf.Duke Univ. Div. Sch., 1946; Sabb.Leave, 1976; Leave of Absence, 1977:Reti red J980. 
UTH, JOHN WILLIAM E Greenville 1970 1970 1975 18 

Andrew-Soapstone, 1970; Al lensvi I le-Trinity, 1972; Fletcher's Chapel, 1976; Aldergate, 

1979; Roxboro: Longhurst, 1982; Durham: Duke Chapel, 1986. 
UTH, WILLIAM A E Kinston 1962 1962 1964 25 

Duke Divinity, 1962; Dorothea Dix, 1964; NC State Dept. of Pub. Welfare, 1966; Lovejoy- 
Macedonia, 1967; Lake Waccamaw, 1*71; Mt. Hermon, 1976; Surrendered Minis. Office, 1963; 

Readmitted, 1985; Outer Banks Parish, 1985. 
ABISTON, WILLIAM DEVINE, III 6 E Greenville 1963 1963 1965 25 

Bethlehem- Shady Grove, 1963; St. Andrews, 1964; Garber, 1968; Wallace, 1973; Epworth, 

1976; Raleigh: Fairmont, 196l; Assoc. Dir., CCOM, 1984; Troy: Trinity, 1985; Garner: 

First, 1988. 
AFLEY, MICHAEL WAYNE E Fayettevi lie 1973 1973 1976 15 

Chaplain, Methodist Home for Children, 1975; Middleburg, 1978, Coord, of Youth Min., 

Conf. COM, 1982; VP for Stud. Affairs, Meth. College, 1987. 



Appointmen' 

L.P. Years Noi 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includin' 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Year 



I 



SALTER, JOHN NEAL, JR. E FayetteviUe 1976 1976 1979 

Richlands Circuit, 1971; Sandy Cross, 1973; Littleton, 1975; Trenton, 1980; Hallsboro, 

1982; Chadbourn-Evergreen, 1987. 
SCOTT, JULIAN WARREN E Durham 1961 1961 1963 

Pinebluff, 1961; Faith, 1965: Arran Lake, 1968; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1969; Plymouth, 

1973; Kinston: Westminster, 1980; Manteo: Mt. Olivet, 1985; Durham: Parkwood, 1988. 
SCOTT, PAUL BATTEUX, JR. E Wilson 1958 1958 1958 

Macedonia, 1958; Wrightsboro, 1961; St. Andrews, 1962; Parkwood, 1967; Southport: 

Trinity, 1969; Windsor, 1973; Wilmington: Pine Valley, 1977; New Bern: Trinity, 1982; 

Ebenezer, 1986. 
SCROGGS, ROBIN JEROME 2 E FayetteviUe 1955 1955 1961 

Special Appt.;Prof .Darmouth College, 1959;Chicago Theo.Sem. , 1970:Prof. Union Theo.Sem. ,NY,1986. 
SCHUTT, CECIL DUBOIS E FayetteviUe 1980 1980 1986 i' 

Broadway (LP), 1978; Pekin, 1981; Calvary, 1983; Newland-Grace, 1985. 
SEATE, BILLY FENTON 3 E Durham 1972 1970 1976 1i' 

Enos-Palmers Grove, 1969; Whitney Cross, 1975; New Bern: Trinity, 1978; Wi Im: Pine ' 

Valley, 1982; Raleigh: Asbury, 1987. 
SEAWELL, WILLIAM ALBRIGHT, SR. 2 R Kinston 1950 1950 1956 3'' 

Pittsboro, 1950; Salem-Chapel, 1952; HiUsboro, 1956; Grace-Longhurst, 1958; Carr, 1961; ' 

Grace, 1965; Elizabeth City: First, 1970; Ral: MiUbrook, 1971; Du: Asbury, 1974; 

Disability, 197R; Retired, 1981. ! 

SETTLE, DONALD THC»MAS LA FayetteviUe 1979 1979 1982 

Durham:Duke Mem. Assoc, 1979; Bahama: Mt. Bethel, 1980; Garber Assoc, 1984; Riverdale, 

1986; Leave of Absence, 1988. 
SEXTON, KENNETH BRYAN R Burlington 1952 1952 1953 3(! 

Durham Ct. 1952; Roxboro Ct., 1953; Erwin, 1958; Bethel, 1962; Roseboro, 1967; Hamlet: 

First, 1971; Ral: Westover, 1975; Retired, 1988. 
SHANNONHOUSE, RICHARD DELANO E FayetteviUe 1975 1975 1979 i; 

Student, Duke, 1975; Woodland, 1977; Pastoral Care & Ed. Dept., Presbyterian Med. , 

Center, 1981; Dir. , Past. Care & Ed. ,Meth.Hosp. , Jacksonvi I le,FL,1985. 
SHARPE, WILLIAM GRAY IV E Durham 1961 1961 1963 2] 

BU: Front St. Assoc, 1960; Ral: Benson Mem. ,1963; BU: Front St. Assoc, 1969; Dir. 

Publications and Chaplain, Elon Coll., 1972; Campus Minister/Dir. Wesley Found. NCSU, 1984. 
SHAW, CASWELL EURE, JR. 3 E Burlington 1964 1964 1966 Zi 

Temperance Hall, 1961- Nash, 1964; BU: Front St., Assoc, 1966; White Plains, 1967; 

Tarboro: St. James, 1973; Graham: First, 1981; Greenville: St. James, 1984. 
SHEPPARD, DENNIS ROY E FayetteviUe 1978 1978 1981 1( 

Attending Duke Div. School, 1978; Lemon Springs, 1980; Coats, 1983; Norlina, 1987. 
SHERMAN, WILLIAM WELBY, JR. E West Minister.MD 1953 1953 1956 Zl 

Appointed to Attend Sch.. 1953: Wake Forest-Youngsvi lie, 1953; Vance, 1955; Scotland Neck, 

1959; Havelock: First, 1964; Chapel Hi 1 1 :Aldersgate, 1969; Troy: Trinity, 1974; Coordinator, 

Ministerial Relations, 1978; Rockingham Dist. Sup., 1983. 
SHIVER, JAMES HENRY 1 R FayetteviUe 1959 1959 1959 1? 

Wilmington, 1959; Hamlet-Philadelphia, 1968; St. Peters-Philadelphia, 1969; Rowland: 

Cedar Gr.- Salem, 1971; Red Springs-Rhyne Memorial, 1973; Retired, 1978. 
SHOAF, EARLY CLIFFORD E Charlotte 19^2 1952 1954 Z6 

Merritts-Orange, 1952; LiUington, 1953; Min. of Ed. Duke Mem., 1957; Min. Of Ed., 

Edenton St., 1961; Edenton 1963; St. Matthews, 1968; Fremont, 1969; Dir. Field Educ. , 

Duke Univ., 1972; Mebane, 1978; Mt. Olivet, 1982; Assoc. Dir., CCOM, 1985. 
SHOCKLEY, GRANT S. E 5 

Transferred from Little Rock Conference, 1984. Professor, Duke Divinity School, 1984. 
SHORT, JAMES MILLARD E Greenville 1965 1965 1967 31 

Mt. Gilead Circuit, 1956; Pekin Circuit, 1960; Bynum, 1963; Bonlee, 1968; Siler City: 

West End, 1971; Broadway, 1975; Retired, 1978; Reinstated, 1979; Jones Chapel-Hickory 

Mt., 1979; Wesley-Black's Chapel, 1982; Biscoe-Bascom's, 1985; Belgrade-Tabernacle, 1987. 
SHULER, ALBERT E FayetteviUe 1976 1976 1979 21 

Student, Duke, 1976; Granville-Vance, 1977; FA: John Wesley, 1980: AssocDir., CCOM, 1988. 
SIMONTON, CHARLES ALISON, JR. 2 E Menphis 19§5 1957 1^59 33 

Rougemont, 1955; Glendale Heights, 1959; FayetteviUe: Christ, 1964; Durham: Epworth, ! 

1969; Lumberton: Chestnut Street, 1974; N. C. Christian Advocate, 1976. 
SIMPSON, WILLIAM CARL, JR. E 1968 1966 1968 20 

Trans, from Ala.-W. Fla. Conf., 1968; Rocky Mt: St. Paul, 1968; Duke Div. School: Asst. 

Dir., Field Ed. 1969; Dir. Ed. 1971; Durham: Aldersgate, 1972; Kitty Hawk, 1975; Hamlet: 

First, 1980; Wilmington: Wesley Memorial, 1984. 
SKINNER, ROBERT OGLE E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Maxton-St. Paul, 1988. i 

SMITH, ALBERT CLAYTON E FayetteviUe 1974 1974 1976 13 

New Hope-Purley, 1974; Franklinton, 1981; LA, 1984;Ex.Dir. .Hinton Rural Life Ctr.,1984. 
SMITH BOBBY EUGENE E Chapel Hill 1969 1969 1986 6 

Hawhns-Tabor, 1982; Hopewell, 1984. 
SMITH CHARLES COOPER 5 E FayetteviUe 1981 1975 1985 8 

Perkins, (FLP) 1974; Bethel, (AM), 1979; Bethel, 1981; Roxboro: Grace, 1983. 
SMITH, CHARLES MICHAEL 5 E Greenville 1963 1963 1967 23 

Ch. of Scotland, Sr. Ass't. Min., 1965; Dellwood, 1966; Duke Med. Div., 1968; Voluntary 

Location, 1969; Durham: Trinity, Assoc, 1970- Greenville: Jarvis Mem. Assoc, 1971: 

Durham: Parkwood, 1974- Roxboro: Long Mem, 1978; Goldsboro Dist. Superintendent, 1982; 

Raleigh, Highland, 1986. 
SMITH, EDWARD FRANKLIN, JR. R Henderson 1946 1948 40 

Maybrook 1946; Leasburg, 1947; Missionary in the Belguim Congo, 1952; Hillsborough, 

1962; Wilmington: Trinity, 1966: FayetteviUe: Haymount, 1971; Durham: Duke Memorial, 

1975; Lumberton: Chestnut St., 1982; Retired 1986. 
SMITH, GEORGE C. E 1972 1969 1974 16 

Bndgeton, 1971; Morehead City: Franklin Mem., 1972; Magnolia, 1974; Kipl ing-Cokesbury, 

1977; Bethel -Lebanon, 1981; Pamlico Parish, 1985. 
SMITH, HAYWOOD ALLAN E FayetteviUe 1978 1978 1982 7 

Hobgood, 1977; Jacksonville: Trinity, Assoc, 1981; Graham:Christ-Cedar Cliff, 1984. 
SMITH, IRA HILDRETH E FayetteviUe 1980 1980 1984 8 

Lumberton Circuit, 1980; Bladen, 1982; Asbury- Bethlehem, 1984. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Adnitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



MITH, J. THOMAS 7 E Greenville 1963 1962 1965 25 

Tenfjerance Hall, 1956; West Halifax, 1959; Marvin, 1961; Hawkins-Tabor, 1964; Wilson: 

First, 1968; Zebulon, 1971; Cary: White Plains, 1975; Sanford Oist., 1981; Dist. Supt. 

Raleigh, 1983; Raleigh: Hayes Barton, 1986. 
MITH, JERRY THOMAS 5 E Fayetteville 1968 1967 1970 20 

Pasquotank, 1963; Hobgood, 1956; Washington Circuit, 1968; Robersonvi I le, 1972; Clayton, 

1976; Fuquay-Varina, 1983. 
WITH, JOHN THOMAS 3 R Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 23 

Creswell, 1959; Marvin, 1952; Halifax, 1956; Maysville, 1960; Trinity, 1964; LaGrange, 

1968; Ral: Jenkins Mem., 1971; Retired, 1978. 
;MITH, JUOI JOHNSON E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 13 

Pilmoor Memorial, 1975; Lake Waccamaw, 1982; Selma: Edgerton, 1985. 
;MITH, NEIL EVANS E Fayetteville 1978 1970 1980 10 

Pasquotank, SLP, 1968, FLP, 1969; Maybrook-Massey, SLP, 1970; Henderson: City Road, 

FLP, 1973, AM, 1974; Erwin, AM, 1979, E, 1980; Cordova, 1987; Gardners, 1988. 
MITH, WILLIAM STANLEY, JR. E Chapel Hill 1968 1968 1970 20 

Chapel Hill: Univ. Assoc, 1968; Goldsboro: Providence, 1972; Aldersgate, 1976; 

Louisburg, 1979; Shallotte: Camp, 1984; Troy: Trinity, i988. 
NOTHERLY, WM. WELLINGTON, JR. E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1980 11 

Bolton, 1979; Assoc, Durham: Trinity, 1981; Lakewood, 1984; Knightdale, 1987. 
NYDER, NEVIN D. 1 E Fayetteville 1978 10 

Trans, from Eastern PA, 1978; Swan Quarter, 1977; Maysvi I le,1984; Kenansville Parish, 1987. 
NYPES, JAMES GRAYSON 8 R Raleigh 1965 1962 1964 14 

Eureka-Yelverton, (FLP), 1956; Fla. Conf.. 1958; Wesley Circt., (FLP), 1959; Hopewell- 

Mt.Moriah,(FLP), 1961; West Rockingham, 1966; Salem 1968; Vanceboro, 1969: Pink Hill, 1970- 

Kinston: St. Mark's-Lane's, 1973; Supernumerary, 1974; Industrial Chaplain, 1975; Retired, 1979. 
OULE, GUY VASSAR, JR. E Fayetteville 1978 1978 1980 10 

Edenton St ., Assoc. , 1978;0cracoke, 1981 ; FA:Gardners, 1983; Fai r Bluff -Cerro Gordo, 1984; Hal Isboro, 1987. 
OUTHERN, HARVEY GRAY E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 8 

Goldsboro: St. Paul, Assoc, 1980; Oriental, 1983; Wilson: West Nash, 1988. 
PARKS, CHARLES EDGAR E New Bern 1957 1959 1960 30 

Garner Ct., 1956- Ral: St. James, 1960; Rose Hill, 1964; Whiteville. 1970; WI: Wesley 

Mem. ,1974; LA, 1978; Jacksonvi I le:Pine Valley,1979; FA:St. Matthew, 1983;FA:St. Andrews, 1987. 
PARROW, LEON RAY 6 R Kinston 1962 1958 1960 23 

Mamers, 1962; Ebenezer, 1963- Stantonsburg, 1968; Supernumerary, 1970; Trenton, 1970; 

Stonewall: Pamlico Parish, 1v71; Aberdeen, 1976; Pembroke: First-Calvary, 1978; Lumberton 

Circuit, 1984; Retired, 1986. 
PAULDING, DAVID VIRGIL E Kentucky 1982 1982 1984 2 

Transfer from Kentucky Conf., 1986; Whiteville Circuit, 1986; Milwaukee, 1988. 
PEAKE, GEORGE DONALD E Fayetteville 1977 1977 1981 11 

Rocky Mt: Marvin, 1977; Rocky Mt. Parish, 1980; Rocky Mt:St. Paul, 1981; Stedman-Cokesbury,1986. 
PEIGHY, JAMES BRAXTON R Raleigh 1^54 1954 1957 24 

Shady Grove, 1954: Hawkins-Tabor, 1956; Evansdale-Black Creek, 1958: Pine Forest, 1962; 

Union Chapel, 1964: Butner:Co«tin. Meth^1968: Concord-Oak Grove, 1969; Fa: Culbreth Mem., 

1973; Pleasant Hill, 1974; Aurora, 1975; Belhaven, 1976; Core Creek, 1977: Retired, 1978. 
PEIGHT, JOHN CARLTON, JR. E Durham 1986 1986 1988 

Greenville: Jarvis Memorial, Assoc, 1988. 
PENCER, JENNINGS LLOYD E Trans. 1974 1972 1972 1975 14 

Pilmoor Mem., 1974; New Hope, 1976; Assoc, WI : Wesley Mem., 1979; Candor, 1981; Shiloh, 1985. 
PENCER, WILLIAM CARL, JR. 7 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1970 21 

Bethesda-Hollister, 1963; Sandy Cross, 1965; Hawkins-Tabor, 1971; Ral: Wesley Mem., 

1973; Smyrna, 1979; Clayton, 1983. 
PONENBERG, JAMES EUGENE, JR. R Rocky Mt. 1943 1944 1945 37 

Trans, from Utah Mission Conf., 1943; Moncure, 1943; Princeton, 1946; Person St., 

1951, Wesley Memorial, 1954; Bethany, 1957; Aberdeen, 1963 Jonesboro, 1969; Grifton, 

1971; Wallace, 1976; Institute, 1977; Retired, 1980. 
TAFFORD, SIDNEY EARL, SR. 5 E Gulfport, Miss. 1959 1959 1962 29 

Walnut Grove, 1959; Amity, 1963; Prof., Louisburg Coll., 1967; Mt. Carmel, 1986. 
TALLSWORTH, PAUL THOMAS E Fayetteville 1977 1981 11 

Elizabeth C ity: First, Assoc, 1977; Atten. Duke Div.Sch. ,1979;Cumberland,1980;Asst.Dir.,Ctr.on Rel. 

& Society, 1984. 
TANFIELD, EDWIN DOUGLAS E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1978 13 

Rougemont, 1974; Pink Hill, 1977; Chaplain, USN, 1978. 
TANLEY, BRUCE ERIC E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1987 1 

Raleigh: Edenton St., Assoc, 1987. 
TANLEY, RICHARD ARNOLD, JR. E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1982 8 

Beech Grove, 1980; Dover-Clarks, 1983; Cordova, 1988. 
TARK, RUFUS HAYWOOD, II E Raleigh 1954 1954 1957 34 

Leasburg, 1955; St. Pauls. 1958; Swepsonvi lie, 1963; Clayton, 1967: Wilm: Grace, 1971; 

Rat: Fairmont, 1975; Morehead City: First, 1979; Meth. Home For Children, Ral., 1983. 
TARNES JAMES ALFRED E Burlington 1964 1964 1966 23 

Bethel-Concord, 1963; Goldsboro: Salem, 1965; Assoc. Greenville: St. James, 1968; Greenville: 

Holy Trinity, 1969; El izabethtown: Wesley Chapel, 1970; Prof. Southeastern Comm.Coll., 1972; 

Coffin. CWhiteville Circuit, 1974; Instr.Coun., Southeastern CC, 1982; Pink Hill, 1986; 

Lumberton Circuit, 1988. 
TATON, JESSE CLOMAN. JR. 3 E Fayetteville 1972 1972 1976 9 

Middleburg, 1972: Bethel, 1973; Newton Grove, 1975; Hatteras, 1977; Honorable Location, 1979; 

Belhaven (FLP), 1982; Aulander (FLP), 1984; Readmitted FC, 1*86; Aulander,1986; Gaston, 1987. 
TATON, JESSE CLOMAN, SR. R Raleigh 1954 1956 1958 32 

Aurora, 1954; Kinston: St. John, 1958: Friendship, 1961; Windsor, 1966: Bethseda, 1970; 

Pamlico Parish, 1976; Stantonsburg, 1983; Morehead City:Franklin Mem. , 1984:Reti red, 1986. 
TEINMETZ, DAVID C. E Durham 1972 1959 1961 16 

Trans, from E. Penn., 1972; Assoc, Prof. Div. School, Duke Univ., 1972. 
TEPHENSON, MARION OSBORNE R Washington 1934 1934 1938 47 

Chowan, 1934; Lakewood, 1935; Morehead City, 1939; Chaplain, U. S. Navy, 1942; Battle- 

boro, 1965; Whi takers-Battleboro, 1969; Ral: Edenton St., Assoc, 1973; Retired, 1981. 
TOKES, JAMES C, JR. R Durham 1972 1966 1969 16 

Trans, from W.N.C. Conf., 1972; St. Mark, N. Kinston Parish, 1972; Wi: Sunset Park, 1973: 

Kenansvi lie-Parish, 1976; Hookerton, 1980; Fairview, 1982; RO: Glenwood, 1985; Retired, 1988. 



L.P. 
Appointment Present 
Years Relation 


Where 
Admitted 


When 
Admitted 



Appointment 

Years Not 

Ordained Ordained Including 

Deacon Elder LP Years 



STOKES, JOHN L.,III E FayetteviUe 1973 1963 1967 

Trans, from Okla., 1973;Assoc.Prof .,UNC-WI, 1973;Asst. Dean, UMC-WI ,1977. 
STONE, AMOS HENRY R Durham 1953 1953 1957 

Trans. from Baltimore Conf.,1953; Swan Quarter, 1953: Winstead,1957: Person St., 1962; Hope Mills, 

1966; RaliSt. James, 1968; Warsaw, 1974; Hertford, 1977; Rowland:First, 1980; Retired,1986. 
STONE, W. DENVER E FayetteviUe 1973 1957 1959 

Trans. from Singapore-Malaya Conf.,1973; Missionary to Malaysia. Missionary to Singapore, 1980. 
STONE, RICHARD LEON E FayetteviUe 1979 1979 1982 

Attending Duke Div. Sch., 1979; Ellis Chapel, 1980; Caledonia, 1981; Wendell, 1987. 
STORRS, ROBERT BURTON, JR. R FayetteviUe 1973 1973 1978 

Nash, 1973; Goldsboro, 1978; Leave of Absence, 1979; Retired, 1980. 
STOTT, ELBERT RUSSELL LA Wilson 1958 1958 1961 

Apex, 1964; Wake Forest- Youngsvi lie, 1966; Asst. Prof. Louisburg Coll., 1969; Prof., 

Louisburg Coll., 1970; Whitakers, Goldston, 1974; CH: Amity, 1978; LA, 11/10/84. 
STOTT, JANEDUS DOANE R Durham 1926 1926 1930 

Bailey, 1926; Princeton, 1928; Japan, 1930; Pembroke Parish, 1942; Pentir. Par. -Bethel 

1943; Pikevi lie-Elm St., 1944; Halifax, 1944; Winfall. 1946; MaysviUe, 1947; Garland, 

1949; Granville, 1951; Harmens 1953; Knightdale, 1955; South Rosemary, 1956; Angier, 1958; 

SwepsonviUe, 1960; Retired, 1963. 
STRAUS, PHYLLIS HICKS E FayetteviUe 1985 1985 1988 

Past. Coun., Past. Care & Cou. Inst, of DU-CH, 1988. 
STROCK, STEPHEN FLOYD SWARTZ E FayetteviUe 1980 1980 1982 

Lucama-Sims, 1979- Red Oak, 1981; Chap., Meth. Home for Child., 1984; Leave of Absence, 1984; 

Browning-Smith, 1986. 
STROTHER, JONATHAN ERIC E FayetteviUe 1984 1984 1988 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton, Assoc, 1988. 
SUMMEY, JAMES LESTER E Durham 1972 1972 1976 

St. Luke, 1974; Amity, 1976; Tabor City, 1978; Warrenton: Wesley Mem., 1982; Nashville, 1984. 
SUPPLEE. THOMAS BRINTON 2 E FayetteviUe 1981 19^1 1987 

Cedar Island-Sea Level (LP), 1979; Cedar Island-Sea Level, 1981 ;New Hope-Woodland, 1983;Moyock, 1987. 
SUTTON, JAMES EARL 7 E Greenville 1963 1964 1966 

Hornes-Mt.Zion, 1956; Hart-Speight, 1959; Milwaukee, 1962; Roanoke Ct., 1967; Queen St., 

Assoc, 1969: Durham: Duke Chapel, 1972: Saulston- Jefferson, 1974; Ral: Wesley Mem., 

1979; Nashville. 1982; Raleigh: Macedonia, 1984. 
SWARTZ, ALAN PLES E FayetteviUe 1980 1980 1984 

Salemburg, 1980; Goldsboro: Assoc. St. Paul, 1983; LaGrange, 1985; Goldsboro:New Hope, 1987. 
SWEELEY, THOMAS LYNN E FayetteviUe 19^4 1984 I^S^ 

Littleton, 1984. 
SWINK LIONEL CLYDE 8 R Goldsboro 1967 1963 1971 

PoUocksviUe, 1967; Frankl in Mem. , 1968; Laurinburg: Central, 1972; Rocky Mt: Clark 

Street, 1976; Louisburg Ct., 1977; Union Chapel, 1981; Retired, 1982. 
TATUM JIMMIE RAY E FayetteviUe 1981 1981 1986 

Phillips Chapel, 1981; Cedar Grove, 1984; LiUington, 1986. 
TAYLOR, BRUCE DAVIS 5 E FayetteviUe 1967 1967 1970 

Old Dock 1963; Bladen Circuit, 1964; Fair Bluff -Cerro Gordo, 1969; Ral: Pleasant Grove, 

1973; Wilson: West Nash, 1977; Garber, 1983; Hamlet: First, 1984; Roanoke Rapids: First, 1988. 
TAYLOR, WILLIAM VINSON E FayetteviUe 1^70 1970 1974 

Tarboro: Hart Speight, 1964: Gaston: Shiloh, 1965; Rocky Mt: Marvin, 1966; Roxboro:Grace,1969; 

Mt.Zion,1973; Durham:St. Paul, 1977; West Burlington, 1981; Cordova, 1985; Bellemont, 1987. 
TEACHEY, WILBUR CARROLL 4 E Wilmington 1^59 1959 1961 

Fair Bluff Ct., 1954; Cerro-Gordo-Ol ivet, 1955- Carvers Creek, 1959; Clinton: Grace, 

1963; Havelock:First,1971; Siler City:First,1975; Beaufort:Ann St. ,1981; FarmviUe, 1987. 
TEAGUE, WILLIE SENN E cfiapel Hill 196^ 1967 ^970 

Trans, from S.C. Conf., 1969; Ral: Benson Mem., 1969; Kitty Hawk, 1973; Mt. Sylvan, 1975; 

Coord. Ldrship.Dev.& Adult Work, COM, 1981; Mebane,1982; POCKETS Ed. ,Gen.Brd.Discipleship,1985; 

Editor, SC CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 198fi. 
TENNEY, HAYWARD LESTER 3 E Raleigh 1965 1965 1967 

Trans, from W. Va. Conf., 1962; Hornes-Mt. Zion, 1962; Wesley Mem., 1963; White Mem., 

Franklin Charge, 1965; Amity-Chapel Hill. 1967; Brooksdale-Brookland, 1971; Erwin. 1973; 

Vanceboro, 1975; Clarkton-Bluef ield, 1977; Kinston Ct., 1980. 
THOMAS, WAYNE ESMOND E FayetteviUe 1974 1961 1963 

Trans, from Fla., 1974; Faison, 1974; EUerbe, 1976; Straits-North River, 1977; Midway- 
Bethlehem, 1981; Newton Grove, 1984; Marshall berg -Smyrna, 1988. 
THOMPSON, EMERSON MCLEAN, JR. E Greenville 1956 1956 1958 

Ca-Vel, 1956; Statonsburg, 1958; Scotland Neck, 1964; Durham: McMannen, 1970; Wilm: 

Grace, 1975; Roanoke Rapids: First, 1980; Elizabeth City: First, 1984. 
THOMPSON, LEO CLIFFORD E Wilson 1958 1958 1962 

Brodgen, 1962; Bethesda, 1963; Newland-Grace, 1967; Marvin-Temperance Hall, 1969; Butner, 

1972; Carolina Counseling Center, 1976; Triangle Mental Health Services, 1^78. 
THOMPSON, NEIL HOWARD R FayetteviUe 1955 1958 1960 

Lake Waccamaw, 1955; Fair Bluff. 1960; Wesley Mem., 1963; Director of Adnissions, Meth. 

Coll., 1968; Supernumerary, 1973; Ral: Highland, Assoc, 1974; Retired, 1984. 
THOMPSON ROGER EVERETT 2 R Kinston 1961 1961 1967 

Gnmesland, 1959; Shiloh, 1960; Center-Cameron, 1961; Trans, to S.C. Conf., 1963; Trans. 

1''°^ ?A^A C°"^-. 1?65; Slier Citv, 1965; Gardners, 1967; Stedman, 1969; Rockingham: Pee 

Dee, 1970; Snow Hill: Calvary 1^75; Smyrna, 1977; Concord, 1979; Northhampton, 1980; 

Ocean View, 1984; Retired, 1987. t- . . 

TINGLE, JAMES ARTHUR E Burlington 1964 1964 1967 

Centenary Assoc 1965- Jacksonville: Blue Creek, 1967; St. Paul, 1968; St. Paul-Verona, 
«^?' Student, Duke, 1971: Ministry In and To Society, 1973; Pamlico Parish: Assoc, 
..l?r*Z Dir., Coastal Counsel ing, Inc., 1981; Illif Sch. of Theology, 1985; Appt.to Attend Sch. ,1986. 
TISDALE, WALTER EUGENE E FayetteviUe 1955 1955 1957 

?2?» ^'"^f-'. V^^A Spring Hope, 1957- Conway, 1960; Daniels Mem., 1965; Glendale Heights, 

1968; Enfield, l{>72; St. Andrews, 1976; FayetteviUe: Salem, 19^8; Richlands, 1985; 

Sanford: Jonesboro, 1988. 
TOWNSEND WILLIAM CLAYTON JR. 4 E FayetteviUe 1982 1982 1987 

St. Paul -Beaver Dam(LP),1978-GranviUe Circuit(LP),1980;Granvi lie Circuit, 1982;Union- 

Newbegun, 1984; West End. 1^88. 



Appointment 

L.P. Years Not 

Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Including 

Years Relation Admitted Admitted Deacon Elder LP Years 



RAYNHAM, DAVID DINWIDOIE R Henderson 1930 1933 1935 AG 

Carvers Ck. , 1931; Town Creek, 1932; Leasburg, 1935; Garner, 1939: Creedmoor, 1942; 

Saxapahaw, 1946; Brookdale, 1950; Northhampton, 1954; Roberdel, 1960; Retired, 1970. 
ROTTER, JOHN ALBERT 2 E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1987 5 

Ellis Chapel(LP),1981;Burlington:Davis St.Assoc.(LP),1982;Chapel Hi UiUniversity, 

Assoc, 1985; Bahama: Mt. Bethel, 1988. 
UCKER, CHARLES CLYDE E Virginia 1952 1954 1954 35 

Trans, from Punta Arenas, Chile, 1962: Cedar Grove, 1962: Hope Mills, 1968; Ral: Longview, 

1971; Elizabeth City: First, 1977; Ral: Benson Mem., 1981. 
YSON, AARON GRANDISON R Burlington 1952 1956 1958 21 

Goldsboro, 1952; Currituck, 1953; Wayne Ct., 1954; Kinnakeet Ct., 1955; Tar River, 1956; 

West End, 1959; St. Paul's, 1962; Spring Hill, 1968; Retired, 1973. 
YSON, BOBBY P. E Rocky Mount 1966 1962 1966 18 

White Mem. -Wesley, 1958; Caledonia, 1959; St. Paul's, 1963; Trans, to Va. Conf., 1968; 

Trans, from Va. Conf., 1972; Tabor City, 1974; Conf. Evangelist, 1977; Maxton: St. Pauls, 

1980; Knightdale, 1981; Jenkins Memorial, 1984. 
YSON, CARSON STANLEY E Fayetteville 1975 1975 1977 13 

Rocky Mount: St. Paul's, 1977; Cedar Grove -Prospect, 1978; LaGrange, 1982; Hebron, 1985. 
YSON, DAVID MORRILL 7 R Wilson 1958 1956 1961 24 

Straits, 1952; Wi lliston-Smyrna, 1956; Manners, 1963; Vanceboro, 1964; Salem, 1969; 

Rainbow, 1974; Benson, 1977; Retired, 1982. 
YSON, JOHN HORTON E Fayetteville 1981 1981 1986 7 

Mt. Tabor-Riverview. 1981; Salem (Person Co.), 1983; Henderson: City Road, 1986; Appointed 

to Attend Sch., 1988. 
YSON, MARVIN DEWEY R Kinston 1950 1953 1954 37 

St. Paul, 1950; Eno, 1953; Fairview, 1954; Englewood, 1957; Calvary, 1961; Hamlet: First, 

1964; Roanoke Rapids:First, 1969; Henderson: First, 1973; Greenville: St. James, 1977; 

Farmville, 1984; Retired, 1987. 
YSON, MARVIN EUGENE E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 7 

Grimesland, SLP, 1975; Will Rogers UMC, Tulsa, OK, SLP, 1977: Attending Oral Roberts 

University, 1979; New Bern: Riverside, 1981;New Bern:Faith,1985. 
YSON, TOMMY 2 E Wilmington 1951 1953 1954 37 

Bethany, 1950; Walstonburg, 1951; Wayne Ct., 1953; South Mills, 1954; Conf. Evangelist, 

1955; Chaplain, Oral Roberts Univ., 1965; Evangelist, 1969. 
YSON, VERNON CEPHAS 2 E Greenville 1956 1956 1958 32 

Trans, from W.N.C. Conf., 1954; Stem-Bullock, 1954; Goldston, 1956; Assoc. Edenton St., 

1958; Jonesboro Hgts., 1961; Oxford, 1966; Wesley Mem., 1970; Fayetteville: Hay St., 

1974; Ch: University, 1978; Dist. Supt. Wilmington Dist., 1981; Raleigh Edenton St., 1984. 
AUGHAN, RICHARD COOK E Trans. 1974 1974 1975 14 

Hopewell-Mt.Moriah, 1974; FA: Culbreth Mem., 1980: FA: Johnson Mem., 1985. 
ICK, THOMAS MARVIN, JR. R Eliz. City 1938 1940 1942 41 

Roxboro Ct., 1938; Army Chaplain, 1942; Bahama Ct., 1945; Jonesboro Hgts., 1948; Mebane, 

1952;Queen St., 1956; Edenton St. ,1962;Administrator,Meth. Home for Chi ldren.1974;Reti red, 1979. 
ONCANON, MARY LEIGH R Fayetteville 1976 1^76 1980 11 

Shady Grove, 1979; FA: Wesley Hgts., 1981; North Gates, 1984; Retired, 1987. 
AOE, DAVID CARLTON E Fayetteville 1980 1980 1984 5 

Bonlee, 1984; Candor, 1985. 
AGGONER, JAMES MILAN 1 E Wilson 1958 1958 1961 30 

Whitney Cross 1958; Belhaven, 1961: Johnston, 1965; Smithfield: Whitley Mem., 1967: 

Chaplain, Metn. Home for Children, 1968; Industrial Chaplain, 1975; Superivsor Chaplaincy 

Ser. Oir. Youth Human Resources, 1977. 
ALL, CLARENCE ARTHUR E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1982 7 

Perquimans, 1978; Elizabeth City-Riverside, 1981; St. Pauls, 1985- Grifton. 1988. 
ALL, LYNN TESTERMAN E Fayetteville 1979 1^68 1982 7 

New Bern-Centenary, Min. of Prog., 1979; Cedar Island-Sea Level, 1983; Beech Grove-Rhems,1987. 
ALL, RANDY LEE 2 E Fayetteville 1976 1976 1980 12 

Turkey- Friendship, (FTLP), 1974; Andrews-Soapstone (SLP). 1975; Bell Arthur, 1979; 

Shiloh, 1981; Franklinton, 1985; Rich Square- Wood I and, 1*86. 
ALLACE, ROBERT LOUIS E Mississippi 1963 1963 1965 23 

Trans, from Miss. Conf., 1961; Ef land-Lebanon, 1961; Trans, from N.C. Conf., 1965; Trans. 

Miss. Conf., 1967; Siler City: West End, 1967: Cedar Grove-Prospect, 1970; Ourham:Duke 

Memorial, Assoc, 1974; Durham: Aldersgate, 1978. 
ALSTON, ROBERT EDWARD 2 R Washington 1934 1934 1938 37 

Kitty Hawk, 1934; Chowan, 1935; Pink Hill, 1939; Grifton, 1942; Burgaw, 1947: Williamston, 

1951; Carp Ground, 1956; Ahoskie, 1960; Elm City, 1964; Pine Forest, 1*68; Disability 

Leave, 1969; Retired, 1971. 
lARD, HERMAN NATHAN, JR. 1 E Greenville 1963 1963 1965 25 

Andrews -Soapston, 1963; Banks-Grove Hill, 1965; Hillsborough, 1969. 
lARD, HOPE MORGAN E Fayetteville 1979 1979 1981 9 

Cary: White Plains, Min. of Ed., 1979; Broadway, 1983; Soapstone, 1986. 
lARREN, CLARENCE LEE R Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 37 

Town Creek, 1951: Wanchese, 1956; White Mem. -Wesley, 1959; Johnson Mem., 1960; Wesley's 

Chapel, 1963; Reigelwood, 1965; Whiteville, 1968; Plank Chapel. 1973; Maury-Mt. Hermon, 

1975; Belhaven, 1977; Pink Hill, 1981; Pine Level -Sanders, 1985; Disability Leave, 

1987; Retired, 1988. 
lARREN, HENRY ROBERT 6 R Greenville 1970 1968 1972 15 

Parkton, 1964; Asbury-Pineview, 1967; Jerusalem-Zion, 1971; Laurel Hill, 1976; Knightdale, 

1978; Smith, 1982; Disability Leave, 1983; Retired, 1985. 
lARREN, JAMES HERNDON E No. Alabama 1955 1952 1954 32 

Trans, from N. Ala. Conf., 1955; Professor, Scarritt College, Nashville, Tenn., 

1955; Prof. Trevecca Nazarene College, 1984. 
ARREN, JAMES IVEY, JR. E Rocky Mount 1960 1960 1962 28 

Glasgow, 1960; Fairmont, 1962; St. James, 1964; Professor, Scarritt College, 1968; 

Academic Dean, 1974. 
ARREN, MILLARD WHITFIELD, JR. E Chapel Hill 1969 1969 1971 18 

Trans, from N. Ga. Conf., 1970; Ocean View, 1970; Durham: McMannen, 1975; Manteo, 1977; 

WI: Wesley Memorial, 1983; New Bern District Supt., 1984. 
ARREN, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR. 7 E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1987 4 

Mt.Moriah(LP).1977;Mt.Tirzah-Helana(LP),1981;DU:Branson(LP),1982;DU:Branson,1984;Calvary, 1985. 



Appointmeni 
Yea 



L.P. Years Noi 
Appointment Present Where When Ordained Ordained Includin<| 
Years Rel at i on Admi t ted Admi t ted Deacon E Ider LP Year; 



WATSON, HARVEY LANGILL E Kinston 1950 1950 1952 

Jarvis Mem., Havelock, 1951; Westminister: Kinston, 1956; Graham: First, 1962; Chapel 

Hill: University, 1966; Durham Dist. Superintendent, 1974; Wilson: First, 1978; Rocky Mount: 

First, 1986. 
WAY, VANCE CARLTON E Fayetteville 1975 1972 1977 

Milwaukee, 1975; Mount Pleasant, 1979; Manns Harbor, Stumpy Pt., East Lake, 1980; Manns 

Harbor, 1981; Tyrell, 198A. 
WEAVER, WALTER PARKER E Wilmington 1959 1960 1962 

Pleasant Green, 1959; Student, 1962; Prof, and Chaplain, 1965; Prof., Florida Southern 

College, 1972. 
WEBER, MICHAEL D. E Fayette. Mo. 1976 1976 1978 

Trans, from Kansas East Conf., 1981; Durham Parish, 1981; Durham :Bethesda, 1985; Concord, 

1986; Plank Chapel, 1988. 
WELLS, WILLIAM MILES, JR. R Elizabeth City 1947 1947 1949 

Alamance, 1948: Mt. Gilead Ct., 1949; Warren, 1950; Trini ty-Riverdale, 1953; Carol. 

Beach: St. Paul's, 1954; State Dir., Meth. Student Movement, 1957; Laurinburg: St. 

Luke, 1969; Knightdale, 1972; Durham: Duke's Chapel, 1974; Conway, 1975; Robersonvi I le, 

1978; Sabbatical, British Meth. Church, 1982; Wrightsville Beach, 1983; Norman, 1985; 

Retired, 1988. 
WELLS, WOOOROW WILSON, JR. E Fayetteville 1970 1970 1973 

Assoc. ,Eliz.City:First, 1972; Maysvi I le,1975; Shallotte:Canp, 1980; Sanford: Jonesboro, 

1984; Rocky Mount: Englewood, 1988. 
WENBERG, JOHN W. E 1974 

Transfer from SC Conf., 1974; Aurora, 1974: Appt.to Attend Sch., 1975; Parkton, 1976; LA, 1978; 

Honorable Location, 1981; Readmitted to FC,1983; Banks-Grove Hill, 1983; Erwin, 1987. 
WENTZ, ALLEN E Burlington 1952 1953 1954 

South Camden, 1952; Belhaven, 1954; Wrightsboro, 1958; Wendell, 1961; Leasburg-Salem, 

1967; Murfreesboro. 1971; Fuquay-Varina, 1976; Coord., Child. Min. & Camping, COM, l4>80; 

Raleigh Trinity, 1984. 
WEST, CARLTON RAY 5 R Burlington 1964 1963 1966 

Browning-Smith Chapel, 1964; Erwin, 1967; Supernumerary, 1967; Special Appt., Harnett 

County Mental Health Center, 1970; Wesley-Black's Chapel, 1975; Retired, 1981. 
WEST, PEARL GOODING R Fayetteville 1978 1978 1981 

Mamers, Assoc, 1978; Turkey-Fellowship, 1980; Town Creek, 1982; Zion, 1984; Eureka- 

Yelverton, 1985; Retired, 1987. 
WETHINGTON, MARK WESLEY E Annville. PA 1976 1976 1984 

Transferred from E.PA Conf., 1983; Spring-Garysburg, 1983; Durham, Glendale Hts., 1988. 
WHEELER, KERMIT R. R Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 

Rougemont, 1940; Aurora, 1943; Wesley Mem.. 1944; Roseboro, 1948; Wallace, 1950; Calvary, 

1954; Raeford 1957; Roxboro: Long Mem., 1962; Davis St., 1965; Laurinburg: First, 1958; 

Farmvitle, 1972; Red Springs: Trinity, 1976; Retired, 1979. 
WHITAKER, KAREN HIRSCHI E Fayetteville 1983 1983 1985 

FA: Camp Ground, Assoc, 1983; Raleigh: Avent Ferry, 1986. 
WHITE. CHRISTIAN 4 R Burlington 1952 1952 1954 

Pembroke, 1952; Glen Raven, 1954; St. Paul, 1960; Mt. Olive, 1961; Graham, 1966; Greenville: 

St. James, 1970;RM:First, 1974; Fay: Hay Street, 1980; Disability Leave, 1983;Retired, 1984. 
WHITE, JOHN HEZEKIAH 3 E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 

Battleboro, 1962; Ann St., 1965; Queen St., 1966; Fellowship, 1969; Rose Hill, 1974; St. 

James, 197fi; Goldsboro: St. Luke, 1986. 
WHITLEY, EDGAR E. R Sanford 1949 1952 1956 

Pinetops, 1948; Mt. Hermon, 1953; Roseboro, 1954; Fairview. 1957; Friendship, 1959; Sabbatical 

Leave, 1961- Student, Col I. of Wm.& Mary, 1962; Currituck, 1966- Supernumerary, 1972; Honorable 

Location, 1977; Readmitted into full connection & retired, 1985. 
WIGGINS, CARSON OLIN 1 E Goldsboro 1967 1967 1970 

Cedar Grove, 1966; Sal em- Chape I, 1969; Ebenezer,1974; Dur.Asbury,1984; Beaufort:Ann St. ,1987. 
WILKERSON, RICHARD PHILLIP E Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 

Burlington: Front Street, Assoc, 1984; Gary: New Church, 1987. 
WILKINSON, HOWARD MILTON R Goldsboro 1967 1967 1969 

Kitty Hawk, 1964; Spring Hi I l,1973;Clinton:Grace,1977;Leave of Absence, 1978;Halifax, 1982. 

Four Oaks, 1986; Retired, 1988. 
WILLIAMS, ATTICUS MORRIS R Henderson 1930 1933 1935 

Pittsboro, 1931; YoungsviUe, 1934; Milton, 1935; Whi takers, 1939; Warsaw, 1944; Biscoe, 

1948; Hillsborough, 1952; Person(Roxboro), 1956; Fletcher's Chapel, 1960; Retired, 1965. 
WILLIAMS, JAMES ALVIN 6 R Kinston 196^ 1958 1960 

Pembroke Circuit, 1956; Tarboro: Hart, 1957; Roper, 1958; Mattamuskeet, 1960; South 

Camden, 1962; Shady Grove, 1965; Town Creek, 1968; Roberdel, 1971; Plank Chapel, 1975; 

Oxford: Salem, 1980; Norlina, 1982; Troy Circuit, 1984; Retired, 1986. 
WILLIAMS, JOHN E. E Goldsboro ^967 1967 1970 

Vance Circuit, 1966; Rocky Mt.: First, Assoc. 1971; Located, 1973; Stokes, 1974; Readmitted, 

1975; Bailey, 1975; Approved Evangelist, 1982; Conetoe, 1984. 
WILLIAMS, JR., JOHNNIE JOSEPH E Kinston 1962 1962 1965 

Appointed to Attend Sch., 1961;Trinity-Lemon Springs, 1962; Bethel, 1963; Micro-Fel lowship,1965; 

NB:Centenary, Assoc. 1967; Butner,1970; Voluntary Location, 1972;Asst. Dir. , Rural Church Div., 

Duke Endowment, 1979. 
WILLIAMS, OSCAR SHELTON R Wilmington 1959 1959 1961 

Trans, from Bapt. Ch., 1959; Vance, 1961; Rich Square, 1962; Rocky Mount: Clark Street, 

1969; Retired, 1976. 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN E Fayetteville 1985 1985 1988 

Rockingham: West, 1988. 
WILL I FORD, GLADYS RUTH E Durham 1972 1972 1975 

Raleigh: Wvnnewood Park, 1972; Rockingham: East, 1976; Smithfield: Whitley, 1978; Sneads 

Ferry, 1979; Aulander, 1980; Wi I liston-Stacy, 1^84; Pasquotank, 1987; Whiteville Circuit, 1988. 
WILLINGHAM, MALCOLM CRAIG E Fayetteville 1975 1972 1979 

Graham: Christ-Cedar Cliff, 1974; Popular Spring-Trinity, 1976: Rockingham: First Assoc, 

1977; Dir., Samaritan Colony, 1978; Hoffman: Fletchers Chapel, 1980; Dir. , Samaritan Colony, 1981. 
WILSON, ARTHUR JOHN III E Kinston 1^62 1962 1965 

Jenkins Mem., 1962; Duke Univ., Assoc. Dir. of Religious Activities, 1963; Asst. Chaplain, 

U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.. 1966; Chaplain, Intern, St. Eliz. Hosp., 1971; 

Chaplain, Resident, St. Eliz. Hosp., 1972; Director of Pastoral Services, Moccasin 

Bend Psych. Hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1974; Dir. Past. Serv. ,Greenleaf Hea. Systems, 1986. 



NAME . ^■^- Appointment 

Appointment Present where uh^n n.^».- ^ „ ^ • . "^e^rs Not 

Vears__Relation_Admit?ed Ad!^???ed °d1| ^ "If^e^ T^MI"! 

WILSON, BEN HORACE, 11 1 P .. ■ , , LP Years 

Trans, from Holston, Conf., 1963- Middlesex 10An?'^Di '^^. '"'" 1961 1963 25 

1965; Warsaw, 1970; Clinton- Fir^twI^^^Jht-'i^^^n^^"* "^^"^^l ^'63; Duke's Chapel ^^ 

u, l^^■ J^^r?"-- Chestnut Sireet? 1986 ' ^""^^^'^1^: Centenary, ^977; Laurinburg: ^Trst, 

wiLiUN, CLAUDE THOMAS c /^ i j u 

WiSoT^JA^eIVo^Ig^" "°^^' ^'^'- «-^^ =-- 1970?°iaSno, 197^' ^'^ ^'^' 



i-^wiv, unrito LUUOn C p» i_ ' ■'• • • 

Micro-Fellowship(SLP).1969- No ADDt 1971. c.-,^,,, . ^9^2 1972 1976 

98^' St''^°" Springs 1974;- fr.^S^VA'JSn '. 1978: 'Mtle^Ll^'TSrl^r' ?^f^' ISi5° ^^"^^«l NY Conf.. 
1986; WI: Sunset Park, 1986. ^unr.,iy^o, Mt. Bethel, 1978; Galilee, 1982; Tr.to NC Conf 
WILSON, KELLY JOHNSON, JR. r canf^n^ ,o/^ 

WILSON, KELLY JOHNSON III ' 3' ^^'^^'^°' St. James, 1981; Retired, 19847 
Browning- Smith, 1971; Wellons Villaae 197S- n=L ^"^^'U^ ^^^^ 1974 1978 r 

1979; Creedmoor, 1986. village, 1975; Oak Grove, 1977; Chaplain, Meth. Ret. Home 

WILSON, LEONARD TRUMAN 9 F ir- . 

WILSON, ROBERT LEROY P 

Andrews -Soaps tone, 1968- Marshal Ibem ioao- « """^"^^ 1!°""* 1966 1966 1969 pp 

Point 1971; Biscoe. 19^2rCurr S^k^'lJ'f'sSrino-Hi n "'fSI^'c^'IH' "^^^lock: Cherry ^^ 

Mt. Olive: First, 1^85. "" "^"ck, ivr^. Spring Hill, 1977; Stedman: Cokesbury I9A0- 

;iTTMAN, RAYMOND KARL P c . -,. ^' . 

/0rrE","w°?![yAr;E%"^' ^'«°'- ^'"^-^ ^-»--^^ 1983[^^?t1o';i:^988:''° ^'«° ^9«2 7 

i9i?rHi:;°?i^;.:^i9^o°^v,-K,if-^^;j^-"o^^^^^^^ 

OMACK, LAVERNE BLUE, i;^."'^'^''*^^' I le Beach 1977; Bel (emont, 1978- W. Burlington, 1985; 
Student Pastor, Bynum, 1974; Harrellsville 197ftf^fccr' ^ ^f , ^^77 1977 1980 10 

O^^riAMjETLE^J"^''^ ^°"^-' ^'^5'- ^^^^- CoUege,^l^ir"?^7S;^Ret!?^3, 1984^'" ^'" ^4 

Ai;boro, 1957; Johnston, I960- Garland 1963- .jnu^i'S^f?" lo.z'"^ 1958 1964 20 

oSlU ^T''^!SSN^'Rj?E'?r--^^^"i«0^'«e?t?4d!°ya4''^^^' ^'^'- '^^^-'•^^^. 19^0; Wendell. 

Trenton, 1983. ^ Fayetteville 1984 1984 1986 a 

XX)COCK, ELDON GRIFFITH c n u 00 4 

Grad. Student Duke Univ 10AI. d^~* . . ^ ." "fham 1961 1961 lo^cc -^ 

1966; Prof., N^ack cClU^e 'l9^o''°^- *PP^l^<^hian St., 1963; Prof. Methodist Col I ejef ^^ 

300RIDGE, OSCAR BAILEY, JR. B d • ., ^ 

Four Corners Native Amer Min 1979- pIoJ=„* r'^^^^^J^V'^e 1979 1979 1982 7 

Coordinator Four Corn^sNl^iie A^^ican ?98??''pX^'^^'"^if"' ^'^^^- ^P^^^- APP*-' Program ^ 
Navajo Methodist Mission Sch 10?!^ rf^vr^^' ,S2?land: Pleasant Grove-Fairview 1924- 
LVERTON, PERNEcfE CMPER ''^•' ^^^' ''^''^'°^. i^'^^; Hope Mi I Is: Native Amer icln.' 1988'. 

b:sBB'^^^.'^^^^^s&^- ''"■■ "--""•• --. " 

Goldsboro: St. Paul, Assoc 1988 ^ Fayetteville 1984 1984 1988 
UNG, JAMES DOYNE ' 1 o ,, ^ 

JNG, STEPHEN EDMOND c c .. -,. ' ' 

elgrade-Tabernacle^1975; FA-Gardners 197ft. i^^uf^^^f^' 'i? 197^ 1974 1976 14 

r^R "SKm ]lii>,'^^''^^'o^^^^^^^^^ Valley,1983; Stud..Union Theo. 

appointed to Attend Sch., 1981; Union, 1983; Four^0akr''l988. ^'^^ ^'^^ ^'^^ 5 



ROLL, STATUS, RECORD OF SERVICE 
FULL CONNECTION - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 



First Admitted 
Where When 



Admitted 
To Year 
Ordained NC Retired 
Deacon Elder Conf. 



Davis, Harvey L. 
Minnis, Jesse F. 
Edens, Nelson P. 
Lee, Percy O. 
Naider, Konstanty 
Stott, J. Doane 
Hedden, Forrest D. 
Pollock, Henry F. 
Hathaway, Offie L. 
Hough, Thomas B. 
Goodwin, Durward T. 
Harris, H. LeRoy 
Howard, William M. , Jr. 
Measamer, Elwin H. 
Miller, Melvin R. 
Traynham, David D. 
Williams, A. Morris 
Andrews, Chester J. 
Garlington, Jasper E. 
Goldston, C. Wade 
Joyce, Johnie L. 
Jenkins, Theodore R. 
Lewis, Vance A. 
Lineberger, J. Worth 
Morris, Clarence P. 
Robbins, Cecil W. 
Maness, Madison W. 
Young, J. D. 
Boggs, Clyde S. 
Harrison, Russell S. 
Hutcherson, Cyrus B. 
Moser, R. E. Lee 
Stephenson, Marion O. 
Walston, Robert E. 
McLamb, Howard M. 
Poe, John R. 
Pritchard, Ralph W. 
Crossno, R, Leon 
Crow, William A. 
Gardner, Matt R. 
Greene, John T. 
Hix, C. Eugene, Jr. 
Meacham, B. Frank 
Lewis, Henry B. 
Ormond, J. Kern 
Vick, T. Marvin, Jr. 
Bradley, David G. 
Brady, W. Herman 
Cushman, Robert E. 
Harrell, Haywood L. 
Hubbard, Charles S. 
Queen, Vergil E. 
Ingram, O. Kelly 
Neese, W. Junius 
Wheeler, Kermit R. 
Blackburn, Linwood S. 
Boone, Sidney G. 
House, Thomas H. 
Mercer, Charles H. 
Mooney, Robert C. Jr. 
Moorman, Julian P. 
Regan, James R. 
Wooldridge, Oscar B.J. 
Bame, Robert L. 
Boone, Daniel C. 



R 


Raleigh 


1922 


1924 


1926 


1922 


1961 


R 


Raleigh 


1922 


# 


1922 


1922 


1961 


R 


Fayetteville 


1925 


1928 


1931 


1925 


1966 


R 


Fayetteville 


1925 


1927 


1929 


1925 


1962 


R 


Warswaza, Poland 


1926 


1926 


1926 


1959 


1975 


R 


Durham 


1926 


1926 


1930 


1926 


1963 


R 


Tampa, FL 


1928 


1931 


1933 


1932 


1970 


R 


McKeesport,PA 


1928 


1928 


1930 


1953 


1967 , 


R 


Kinston 


1929 


1933 


1935 


1929 


1973 


R 


Kinston 


1929 


1931 


1933 


1929 


1971 


R 


WV 


1930 


1936 


1937 


1958 


1972 


R 


Henderson 


1930 


1932 


1934 


1930 


1962 


R 


Albemarle 


1930 


# 


1936 


1939 


1971 


R 


Henderson 


1930 


1932 


1934 


1930 


1970 


R 


Tulsa, OK 


1930 


1933 


1935 


1945 


1970 


R 


Henderson 


1930 


1933 


1935 


1930 


1970 


R 


Henderson 


1930 


1933 


1935 


1930 


1965 


R 


Greenville 


1931 


1933 


1935 


1931 


1972 


R 


Chatham, LA 


1932 


# 


1936 


1939 


1977 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1935 


1937 


1932 


1977 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1935 


1937 


1932 


1973 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1969 


R 


Walkertown 


1932 


1936 


1937 


1938 


1977 


R 


Durham 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1974 


R 


Burlington 


1932 


# 


1938 


1939 


1976 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1932 


1934 


1936 


1932 


1974 


R 


Durham 


1933 


1935 


1937 


1933 


1970 i 


R 


Durham 


1933 


1935 


1937 


1933 


1969 i 


R 


Winchester, KY 


1934 


1936 


1938 


1937 


1973 • 


R 


Washington 


1934 


1936 


1938 


1934 


1976 


R 


Lebanon, KY 


1934 


1934 


1936 


1961 


1971 


R 


Greensboro 


1934 


# 


1938 


1939 


1976 


R 


Washington 


1934 


1936 


1938 


1934 


1981 


R 


Washington 


1934 


1934 


1938 


1934 


1971 


R 


Wilmington 


1935 


1937 


1939 


1935 


1978 


R 


New Bern 


1935 


1938 


1940 


1935 


1973 


R 


Bedford, IN 


1935 


1935 


1937 


1954 


1975 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1981 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1969 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1940 


1942 


1936 


1974 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1976 f 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1976 i 


R 


New Bern 


1936 


1938 


1940 


1936 


1976 ' 


R 


Raleigh 


1937 


1940 


1942 


1937 


1973 


R 


Raleigh 


1937 


1939 


1941 


1937 


1977 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1938 


1940 


1942 


1938 


1979 


R 


Long Beach, CA 


1939 


1941 


1949 


1951 


1981 


R 


Fayetteville 


1939 


1939 


1941 


1939/82 


1982 


R 


Genesee 


1939 


1938 


1940 


1950 


1979 


R 


Fayetteville 


1939 


1941 


1944 


1939 


1977 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1939 


1940 


1942 


1939 


1975 


R 


Fayetteville 


1939 


1941 


1943 


1939 


1975 


R 


Tuscumbia, AL 


1940 


1943 


1945 


1941 


1984 


R 


Wilmington 


1940 


1942 


1944 


1940 


1980 1 


R 


Wilmington 


1940 


1941 


1944 


1940 


1979 ; 


R 


Durham 


1941 


1941 


1941 


1941/62 


1981 i 


R 


Durham 


1941 


1943 


1945 


1941 


1977 


R 


Knoxville, TN 


1942 


1943 


1946 


1943 


1978 


R 


Wijson 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1942 


1988 


R 


Decatur, AL 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1947 


1981 


R 


Holston 


1942 


1942 


1942 


1974 


1985 1 


R 


Wilson 


1942 


1944 


1946 


1942 


1967 


R 


Richmond, VA 


1942 


1942 


1943 


1964 


1979 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1943 


1945 


1943 


1983 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1968 



Chaffin, J. Claude 


E 


71 
Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 




Crutchfield, Gilbert W 


.R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1943 


1945 


1943 


1972 


Edens, Allen C. , Jr. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1981 


Gregory, W. Bryan 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1947 


1949 


1943 


1980 


Mitchell, C. Maness 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1984 


Musser, Benjamin F. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1945 


1946 


1943 


1969 


Patten, Brooks 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1945 


1945 


1943 


1984 


Petteway, Warren B. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1985 


Ports, George W. , Jr. 


R 


Lynchburg , VA 


1943 


1945 


1946 


1956 


1984 


Puree 11, Eugene G. , Jr. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1982 


Shockley, Grant S. 


E 


S. NJ 


1943 


1943 


1944 


1984 




Sponenberg, James E. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1943 


1980 


Collins, Thomas A. 


E 


Raleigh 


1944 


1944 


1946 


1944 




Jones, Barney L. 


R 


Brooklyn, NY 


1944 


1944 


1944 


1953 


1983 


McCarver, Clyde G. 


R 


Raleigh 


1944 


1944 


1946 


1944 


1981 


Bostick, Joseph K. 


R 


Goldsboro 


1945 


1947 


1949 


1945 


1987 


Barrett, Troy J. 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


1946 


1986 


Cline, John M, 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


1946 


1988 


Edwards, J. Paul 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1946 


1948 


1946 


1985 


Nicks, Robert L. 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1945 


1948 


1946 


1981 


Rudin, John J. II 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1947 


1948 


1946 


1980 


Smith, Edward F. 


R 


Henderson 


1946 


1945 


1948 


1946 


1986 


Auman, James A. 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1952 


1954 


1947 


1988 


Aycock, Johnnie D. 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


1988 


Hirschi, Carlton F. 


E 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1948 


1949 


1947 




Jackson, Lester P. 


R 


Roanoke , VA 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1952 


1985 


Moe, David L. 


R 


Utica, NY 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1957 


1980 


Wells, William M. , Jr. 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


1988 


Winberry, Herman S. 


R 


Elizabeth City 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1947 


1988 


Crowder, William R. 


R 


Greenville 


1948 


1951 


1953 


1948 


1986 


Epps, Ralph I, 


E 


Greenville 


1948 


1948 


1950 


1948 




Jarvis, Dwight C. 


E 


WI 


1948 


1950 


1952 


1982 




Lancaster, Alton S. 


R 


Greenville 


1948 


1950 


1952 


1948 


1973 


Davidson, Barney L. 


R 


Sanford 


1949 


1949 


1950 


1949 


1984 


Glover, Murrell K. 


R 


Sanford 


1949 


1950 


1951 


1949 


1975 


Jones, Norwood L. 


R 


Sanford 


1949 


1949 


1951 


1949 


1986 


Kinley, Grady L. 


R 


Sanford 


1949 


1949 


1951 


1949 


1985 


Miller, James H. , Jr. 


E 


Sanford 


1949 


1949 


1951 


1949 




Snyder, Nevin D. 
Whitley, Edgar E. 


E 


W. PA 


1949 


# 


1953 


1978 




R 


Sanford 


1949 


1952 


1956 


1949 


1985 


Wilson, Kelly J. , Jr. 


R 


Sanford 


1949 


1949 


1950 


1949 


1984 


Bergland, John K. 


E 


W. OH 


1950 


1950 


1955 


1976 




Brown, James C. P. 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 




Byrd, A. D. , Jr. 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


1953 


1956 


1950 




Commander, Richard T. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 


1988 


Davis, H. Fred 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1951 


1950 




Feltman, Walter C. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1953 


1950 


1978 


Garrison, J. William 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 


1986 


Hill, A. P., Jr. 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


+ 


1950 


1950 




Knott, T. Garland 


E 


N. MS 


1950 


1952 


1953 


1972 




Leatherman, Harold F. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1951 


1952 


1950 


1987 


Little, Brooks B. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 


1986 


McDonald, Walter N. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 


1987 


McKita, Carleton P. 


E 


W. PA 


1950 


1953 


1954 


1983 




Megill, George C. 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


1951 


1952 


1950 




Moore, Robert F. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 


1987 


Nickens, C. Graham 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1954 


1950 


1984 


Richardson, J. Earl 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1951 


1952 


1950 


1983 


Seawell, William A. 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1956 


1950 


1981 


Tyson, M. Dewey 


R 


Kinston 


1950 


1953 


1954 


1950 


1987 


Warren, James H. 


E 


N. AL 


1950 


1952 


1954 


1955 




Watson, H. Langill 


E 


Kinston 


1950 


1950 


1952 


1950 




Beane, Kenneth E. 


E 


Wilmington 


1951 


1951 


1951 


1951 




Bizzell, Henry A., Jr. 


E 


Wilmington 


1951 


1951 


1953 


1951 




Brown, Chester D. 


R 


Greensboro 


1951 


1952 


1953 


1953 


1987 


Cameron, Angus M. 


E 


Brooklyn, NY 


1951 


1951 


1953 


1954 




Desrosiers, Norman A. 


E 


Wilmington 


1951 


1951 


1951 


1951 




Dunn, Clyde H. 


E 


Wilmington 


1951 


1952 


1953 


1951 




Jordan, R. Harry 


R 


Wilmington 


1951 


1951 


1953 


1951 


1988 


Tyson, Tommy 


E 


Wilmington 


1951 


1953 


1954 


1951 




Warren, Clarence L. 


R 


Wilmington 


1951 


1951 


1953 


1951 


1988 


Aitken, P. Wesley 


R 


Charleston, WV 


1952 


1953 


1955 


1955 


1987 


Bethea, Joseph B. 


E 


WNC 


1952 


1955 


1956 


1977 




Blue, John R. 


E 


Maryville, MO 


1952 


1955 


1956 


1954/58 




Dodson, Samuel G.,Jr. 


E 


Burlington 


1952 


1955 


1959 







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"itzgerald , F . Owen , Jr . 
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Lugar, Lawrence E. 
IcKee, Robert F. 
Dsborn, Robert T. 
Dwen, J. Malloy, III 
Sexton, Kenneth B. 
Shoaf, E. Clifford 
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;^entz, W. Allen, Jr. 
^hite, Christian 
Baker, M. Randall 
Bass, Walton N. , Sr. 
Browning, Paul C. 
Crura, John H. 
Cummings, Simeon F. 
Fleming, Ralph L. , Jr. 
Glover, R. Keith 
Grill, C. Franklin 
Dillman, Lewis A. 
Dodson, Lewis H. 
Hamilton, James W. 
Hill, Noah B. , Jr. 
Johnson, Harvey B. 
Knight, R. Norman 
McKenz ie , G . Robert , Jr . 
Newborn, Charles H. 
Owens, Charles E. 
Pate, R. Bruce 
Robinson, Charles K. 
Sherman, William W.,Jr 
Stone, Amos H. 
Yelverton, P. C. 
Cheek, W. Hoyt 
Ellis, Wallace M. 
Fisher, Albert F. 
Green, Lawrence A. 
Jeffries, William M. 
Mason, Lemuel R. , Jr. 
Meacham, William F. 
Pearce, H. Worth 
Rickards, James P. 
Speight, James B. , Jr. 
Stark, Rufus H. , II 
Staton, Jesse C, Sr. 
Wilson, Robert L. 
Bedsworth, Ellis J. 
Bideaux, Rene O. 
Bunn, Paul G. 
Glass, J. Conrad 
Jernigan, Julius O. 
Plyler, Lorenzo P. 
Pearsall, John S. 
Scroggs, Robin J. 
Smith, John T. 
Simonton, C. Alison 
Thompson, Neil H. 
Tisdale, W. Eugene 
Womack , Samuel J . , Jr . 
Baldridge, Robert L. 
Boone, Paul W. 
Epperson, J. Sidney 
King, A. Kimsey 
Lowdermilk, William P. 
Murphy, Miles, Jr. 
Phi 1 1 ips , H . Arthur , Jr . 
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Reed, John E., Sr. 
Rudd, Robert J. 
Stone, W. Denver 
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Tyson, Vernon C. 
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Burlington 


1952 


1954 


1957 


1952 






E 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 






E 


Burlington 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 






E 


Virginia 


1952 


1954 


1959 


1960 






DL 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 






E 


Seattle, WA 


1952 


1954 


1955 


1954 






E 


Burlington 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 






R 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1953 


1952 


1988 




E 


Charlotte 


1952 


1952 


1954 


1954 






E 


Virginia 


1952 


1954 


1954 


1962 






R 


Burlington 


1952 


1956 


1958 


1952 


1973 




E 


Burlington 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1952 






R 


Burlington 


1952 


1952 


1954 


1952 


1984 




E 


Knoxville,TN 


1953 


1955 


1957 


1957 






R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 


1985 




R 


Buckhanon, WV 


1953 


1954 


1956 


1956 


1988 




E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1956 


1953 






R 


Durham 


1953 


1956 


1958 


1953 


1985 




E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 






E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 








E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1953 






R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1953 


1985 




R 


High Point 


1953 


1955 


1958 


1960 


1983 




R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1957 


1953 


1986 




R 


Durham 


1953 


1954 


1957 


1953 


1985 




E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1960 


1953 






DL 


Durham 


1953 


+ 


1953 


1953 






E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 






R 


Durham 


1953 


1957 


1959 


1953 


1985 




E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1953 


1953 






E 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1955 


1953 






R 


N. TX 


1953 


1953 


1960 


1973 


1986 




.E 


Westminster, MD 


1953 


1953 


1956 


1956 






R 


Durham 


1953 


1953 


1957 


1953 


1986 




E 


Durham 


1953 


1955 


1957 


1953 






R 


Raleigh 


1954 


+ 


1954 


1954 


1985 




E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


1954 




i 


E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1954 






R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1957 


1959 


1954 


1983 


1 


E 


Richmond, VA 


1954 


1954 


1958 


1956 






R 


WV 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1974 


1983 




R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1956 


1958 


1954 


1977 




E 


Richmond, KY 


1954 


1957 


1959 


1954 






E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1955 


1954 






R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


1954 


1978 




E 


Raleigh 


1954 


1954 


1957 


1954 






R 


Raleigh 


1954 


1956 


1958 


1954 


1986 


1 


E 


N. IL 


1954 


1954 


1956 


1972 




1 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1958 


1955 




i 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1956 


1958 






i 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1956 


1959 


1955 


1 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1956 


1959 


1955 


1 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1956 


1955 


1 


R 


York, PA 


1955 


1957 


1959 


1969 


1983 ! 


R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1957 


1955 


1984 1 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1961 


1955 




R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1953 


1955 


1955 


1978 ' 


E 


Memphis, TN 


1955 


1957 


1959 


1955 




R 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1958 


1960 


1955 


1984 ■ 


E 


Fayetteville 


1955 


1955 


1957 


1955 




R 


Lakeland, FL 


1955 


1957 


1962 


1955 


1984 ■ 


E 


Greenville 


1956 


1957 


1959 


1956 




E 


Harrisonburg , VA 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 




E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1959 


1956 




DL 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1959 


1956 




E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1960 


1956 




E 


Raleigh 


1956 


1956 


1958 






E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1959 


1956 




R 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 


1981 


R 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 


1987 ' 


E 


Atlanta, GA 


1956 


1959 


1962 


1961 






E 


WV 


1956 


1957 


1959 


1973 






E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 






E 


Greenville 


1956 


1956 


1958 


1956 






R 


New Bern 


1957 


1957 


1960 


1957 


1984 





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Black, Bobby C. 
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Cook, Irving E. 
Evans, Willie J. 
Hodge, Rudolph H. 
Midgett, P. D. Ill 
Hodgin, Hubert H. 
McMillan, Samuel D. , Jr. 
Pullman, Robert S. 
Shiver, James H. 
Sparks, Charles E. 
Worley, William E. 
Armstrong, Edward P. 
Bailey, James H. 
Burgess, Roy O. 
Byrd, Nathan H. 
Chandler, George P. 
Creech, C. McGee 
Eakin, Charles F. 
Johnson, George W. 
Lloyd, Frank I., Jr. 
MacLean, Robert A. 
Mangum, Robert L. 
Moore, Jack W. 
Phillips, Lee A. 
Randolph, F. Roderick 
Scott, Paul B. , Jr. 
Stott, E. Russell 
Thompson, Leo C. 
Tyson, David M. 
Waggoner, James M. 
Aills, Lovell R. 
Bissette, Lester C. 
Brown, Samuel H. 
Bryant, Charles V. 
Capps, Clingman C. 
Clarke, W. Thomas 
DeHart, Murry L. , Jr. 
Fulcher, J. Rodney 
Jackson, Wilbur I. 
Joyner, F. Belton, Jr. 
Harwood, John E. 
Hutchinson, Charles H. 
Lancaster, Charles H. 
Mann, Milton T. 
Parvin, James B. 
Ponder, Reginald W. 
Porter, Ernest R. 
Stafford, Sidney E. 
Steinmetz, David C. 
Teachey, Wilbur C. 
Weaver, Walter P. 
Williams, Oscar S. 
Andrews, John C. 
Brown, Phillip S. 
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Carson, W. Eric 
Chandler, Daniel R. 
Crawley, Hyder F. 
Daniels, Franklin D. 
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Jones, Vassar W. 
Maness, Tracy A. 
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New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
SC 

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New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
New Bern 
Central Juris. 
New Bern 
FL 

Wilson 
Wilson 
FL 

Richmond, VA 
Pulaski, TN 
Wilson 
Roanoke , VA 
Wilson 

Montgomery , AL 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Chicago, IL 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Virginia Beach 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Memphis 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
VA 

Wilmington 
Atlanta, GA 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Gulf port, MS 
Gulf port, MS 
W. OH 

Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Rocky Mount 
S. NJ 

Rocky Mount 
Belfast, Ireland 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
VA 

Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
WV 

Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Rocky Mount 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



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1961 




Cherry, Corbin L. 


E 


Durham 


1961 


1961 


1963 


1961 




Faggart, Tom M. 


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Lake Junaluska 


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1961 


1964 


1960/64 




Frazier, Kenneth E. 


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Nashville, TN 


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1961 


1965 


1963 


1981 . 


Hobbs, James L. 


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Loft is, Thomas E. 


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Loy, James C. 


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Durham 


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McLaurin, Horace L. 


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Durham 


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Morgan, Robert W. 


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Durham 


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Nagel, Donald C. 


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Durham 


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Ricks, R. Dennis, Jr. 


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Durham 


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Durham 


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FL 


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Thompson, Roger E. 


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Wilson, Ben H. Ill 


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Woodcock, Eldon G. 


E 


Durham 


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1965 


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Bryan, James L. 


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Cameron, Hugh H. 


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Hendricks, M. Elton 


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SC 


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1983 




Hollowell, Clifton R. 


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Lupton, James G. 


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1962 


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Mickey, Paul A. 


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White, John H. 


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1962 


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Williams, James A. 


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1962 


1958 


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Williams, J. J., Jr. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1965 


1962/79 




Wilson, A. J. Ill 


E 


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1962 


1962 


1965 


1962 




Wilson, L. T. 


E 


Kinston 


1962 


1962 


1964 


1962 




Bradshaw, Francis C. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1966 


1963 


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Hoogerland, Thomas D. 


E 


NNY 


1963 


1963 


1965 


1973 




Huggins, H.Sidney III 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1966 


1963 




Fortescue, Frank W. 


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Greenville 


1963 


1960 


1962 


1963 


1974 


Meadows, Dan E. 


R 


Greenville 


1963 


1956 


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Potter, Benjamin F.,Jr.E 


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E 


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1969 


1963 




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E 


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1965 


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Smith, Charles M. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1963 


1967 






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E 


Greenville 


1963 


1962 


1965 


1963 




Stokes, John L. Ill 


E 


SC 


1963 


1963 


1967 


1970 




Sutton, James E. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1964 


1966 


1963 


1 


Wallace, Robert L. 


E 


MS 


1963 


1963 


1965 




i 


Ward, Herman N. , Jr. 


E 


Greenville 


1963 


1965 


1965 


1963 


i 


Benfield, Jack M. 


E 


Burlington 


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1966 




1964 




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E 


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R 


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Shaw, Caswell E. 


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1964 


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Starnes, James A. 


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Tingle, James A. 


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West, C. Ray 


R 


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Murray, Eric 0. 


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1963 


1965 


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Ormond, John K. , Jr. 


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1965 


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1962 


1964 


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Tenney, H. Lester 


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Cheezem, Clyde B. 


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1958 


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Lake Junaluska 


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1966 


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entle, Brian G. 


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NY 


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1966 


1968 


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E 


Rocky Mount 


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1957 


1958 




arris, Donald L. 


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Rocky Mount 


1966 


1964 


1968 


1966 


ebbs, John W. 


R 


Rocky Mount 


1966 


1966 


1970 


1966 1987 


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1966 


1968 


1958 


1966 


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E 


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1958 


1960 




evnnan, William W. 


E 


Rocky Mount 


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1966 


1968 


1966 


hillips, J. Donald 


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1966 


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1966 


tokes , James C . , Jr . 


R 


WNC 


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1966 


1969 


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AL-W FL 


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1966 


1968 


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Rocky Mount 


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1966 


1969 


1966 


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1966 


1966 


1968 


1966 


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E 


OH 


1967 


1967 


1969 


1967 


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E 


Goldsboro 


1967 


1967 


1969 


1967 


oile, James H. 


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Goldsboro 


1967 


1967 


1970 


1967 


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Baltimore 


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1966 


1974 


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arner, Clarence 


E 


Goldsboro 


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1964 


1969 


1967 


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Goldsboro 


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1967 


1970 


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jamneck, Forrest D. 


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W. PA 


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Goldsboro 


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1964 


1969 


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1963 


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Goldsboro 


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1969 


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Fayetteville 


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1968 


1974 


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E 


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1958 


1970 


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Fayetteville 


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1968 


1970 


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Fayetteville 


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1968 


1971 


1968 


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Fayetteville 


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1968 


1971 


1968 


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E 


W. MI 


1968 


1968 


1970 


1970 


ressee, D. Douglas 


E 


KY 


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1968 


1972 


1970 


jovelace, Henry N. 


E 


N. AR 


1968 


1968 


1971 


1967 


'ace, James H. 


E 


AL-W FL 


1968 


1968 


1974 


1979 


Smith, Jerry T, 


E 


Fayetteville 


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1967 


1970 


1968 


3mith, W.Stanley, Jr. 


E 


S. GA 


1968 


1968 


1970 


1969 


'aylor, Bruce D. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1968 


1967 


1970 


1967 


Deague, Willie S. 


E 


SC 


1968 


1968 


1970 


1969 


3arber, W. Edward 


E 


Chapel Hill 


1969 


1969 


1974 


1969 


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E 


Chapel Hill 


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1967 


1971 


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Johnson, Lawrence E. 


E 


S. IN 


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1958 


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iolstsclaw, Thomas G. 


E 


WV 


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1971 


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barren, M. Whitfield, Jr 


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Chapel Hill 


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1969 


1971 


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:ampbell, Jerry D. 


E 


Greenville 


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1973 


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E 


Greenville 


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1974 


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E 


Greenville 


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1974 


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Joldf inch , A . Eugene , Jr 


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Greenville 


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1972 


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E 


Greenville 


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E 


Greenville 


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Greenville 


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1968 


1972 


1970 1985 


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E 


Greenville 


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1964 


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E 


Fayetteville 


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1976 


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E 


Fayetteville 


1971 


1971 


1975 


1971 


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E 


Fayetteville 


1971 


1971 


1976 


1971 


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E 


Fayetteville 


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1971 


1975 


1970 


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E. OH 


1971 


1971 


1977 


1974 


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E 


Fayetteville 


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1971 


1975 


1971 


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Fayetteville 


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1969 


1973 


1971(AS)1966 


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E 


Fayetteville 


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1974 


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E 


Fayetteville 


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1984 


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utson, John D. 


E 


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1975 


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E 


Durham 


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1975 


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E 


Durham 


1972 


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E 


Durham 


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1972 


1975 


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E 


Durham 


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1976 


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E 


Durham 


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E 


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Iceland, Paul L. 


E 


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E 


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Durham 


1972 


1970 


1976 


1972 


E 


Durham 


1972 


1969 


1974 


1972 


E 


WV 


1972 


1972 


1975 


1974 


E 


Durham 


1972 


1972 


1976 


1972 


E 


Durham 


1972 


1972 


1976 


1972 


E 


E. OH 


1972 


1972 


1975 


1974 


E 


SC 


1972 


1972 


1974 


1974 


E 


Durham 


1972 


1972 


1975 


1972 


E 


Durham 


1972 


1972 


1976 


1972/86 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1975 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1977 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1975 


1973 


E 


lA 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1978 


1973 


E 


KY 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1973 


1973 


1976 


1973 


R 


N. AL 


1973 


1973 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1969 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1976 


1974 


E 


Kentucky 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1976 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1971 


1975 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1979 


1974 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


LA 


WNC 


1974 


1974 


1980 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1977 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1976 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1974 


1974 


1976 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1968 


1975 


E 


Central IL 


1975 


1975 


1977 


1979 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1970 


1978 


1974 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1979 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1968 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1970 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1977 


1975 


R 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1974 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1980 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1979 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1978 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1977 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1975 


1977 


1975 


E 


Fayetteville 


1975 


1972 


1979 


1975 


E 


WNC 


1975 


1975 


1978 


1977 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1966 


1978 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1976 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1976 



sgleman, L. Jan 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


Lllman, Randy A. 


E 


Johnson City,TN 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1978 


Dbbs, Michael B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


ickson, Jerry A. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


raatz. Christian L. 


E 


W. NY 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1981 


Lster, Joe D. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1976 


Drris, Alvin J. 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1968 


1978 


1976 


Dser, Rick A. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1976 


ason, Maurice, Jr. 


E 


ME 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1978 


sele, Luther M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1973 


1980 


1976 


ay, Robert H. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1976 


Dberts, Frederick E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


alter,J.Neal,Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


Iiuler, Albert 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1979 


1976 


anCanon, Mary L. 


R 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1976 


all. Randy L. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1976 


1976 


1980 


1976 


eber, Michael D. 


E 


Fayette, MO 


1976 


1976 


1978 


1981 


ethington,Mark W. 


E 


Annville,PA 


1976 


1976 


1984 


1983 


lexander, Franklin L. 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1972 


1980 


1977 


rownlee, David E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1979 


1977 


asiday, H. Warren 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1982 


1977 


ompton, Stephen C. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1981 


1977 


Her, Carl M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1973 


1981 


1977 


ibson, Alan C. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1980 


1977 


oehring, David J. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1979 


1977 


reen, H. William 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1979 


1977 


all, W. Kenneth 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1979 


1977 


arper, Ruth E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1980 


1977 


elms, Julian B. , Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1972 


1979 


1977 


orris. Homer E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1979 


1977 


atton, G. Ronald 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1980 


1977 


inner, W. Rickman 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1970 


1981 


1977 


notherly,Wm.W. , Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1980 


1977 


peake, George D. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1981 


1977 


tallsworth,Paul T. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1981 


1977 


omack , LaVerne B . , Jr . 


E 


Fayetteville 


1977 


1977 


1980 


1977 


ope, Roger D. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1980 


1978 


utton, John H. , Jr. 


LA 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


oehring, Carol W. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1980 


1978 


oodwin, Dennis M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1983 


1978 


rant, Henry B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1983 


1978 


addock, William A. , Jr 


.E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1981 


1978 


all, Stephen B. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


ill, Edward F. II 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


uffines, Terry L. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


evin, Dennis P. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


ittle, Stephen N. 


E 


KY 


1978 


1978 


1984 


1984 


orrow, Floyd R. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


oseley, Charles K. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


anney, R. Keith 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1980 


1978 


rivette. Tommy G. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


heppard, Dennis R. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1981 


1978 


mith, Haywood A. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1982 


1978 


mith, Neil E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1970 


1980 


1978 


oule, Guy V. , Jr. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1980 


1978 


est. Pearl G. 


R 


Fayetteville 


1978 


1978 


1981 


1978 


rmstrong, R. Martin 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1980 


1983 


1979 


raswell, William E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1972 


1981 


1979 


ampbell, Curtis W. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1981 


1979 


aniel, M. Francis 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


elms, Suzanna Ross 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1985 


1979 


ill, Leon E. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1972 


1981 


1979 


ill, Ralph M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1961 


1981 


1979 


Drne, Alvin M. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1983 


1979 


ane, Barry L. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1983 


1979 


aultsby,Josiah A. Ill 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1981 


1979 


2lvin, Benny R. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1983 


1979 


Jlvin, Thomas G. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1983 


1979 


irrish, Carrie W. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


ittle, Donald T. 


LA 


. Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


:one, Richard L.III 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


'son, M. Eugene 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


|ill, C. Arthur 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


111, Lynn T. 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1968 


1982 


1979 


^.rd, Hope Morgan 


E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1981 


1979 



Wynn, Samuel 
Bell, James D. 
Bergland, Robert E. 
Broadwell, Alan R. 
Brown, Ralph Alan 
Butner,Rufus E. Ill 
Covington, John Q.,Jr. 
Cummings, S. Dufrene 
Cummings, William E. 
Davis, Woody L. 
Elliott, Michael H. 
Farmer, Penny D. 
Godwin, Sherwood A. 
Hardt, Otto H. C. 
Ingram, Geraldine D. 
Jones, George A. 
Kasper, J. Mark 
Kennedy , Mark H . , Jr . 
Lewis, Jerry D. 
Lindblade,Eric N.,Jr. 
Locklear, Bill James 
Paxton, Roger D. 
Pernell, Leon J. 
Schutt, C. Dubois 
Smith, Ira H. 
Southern, H. Gray 
Stanley, Richard A., Jr. 
Strock, Stephen F.S. 
Swart z, Alan P. 
Wade, David C. 
Wittman, Raymond K. 
Blanchard, Diane C. 
Cobb, A. Gene, Jr. 
Cook, Charles M. 
Everett, Glenn B. 
Fogleman, Shelley A. 
Frazier, R. Carl, Jr. 
Gales, Alvester I. 
Lindblade, Susan C. 
Merchant, Michele W. 
McLendon, J. Earl 
Greenwood, Susan Pate 
Reavis, James L. ,Jr, 
Smith, Charles C. 
Supplee, Thomas B. 
Tatum, Jimmie R. 
Tyson, John H. 
Yow, W. Joseph, Jr. 
Bowden , R . Lawrence , Jr . 
Boykin, William A. 
Harsh-Caff erty, SusanL. 
Jansen, John J. 
Johnson, Glenda N. 
Smith, Bobby E. 
Spaulding, David V. 
Townsend, William C. 
Alien, F. Bruce 
Allred, Susan L. 
Brunson, Jesse 
Cribb, Jerry W. 
Huskins, James R. , Sr. 
Lowry , Jerry 
Marshall, Andrew M. 
McAdams , Dav id S . , J r . 
McQuade, J. Stanley 
Metcalf, Ellen H. 
Owens, Charles B. 
Radford, Jack R. 
Sweeley, Thomas L. 
Trotter, J. Albert 
Whitaker, Karen H. 
Blanchard, Randy C. 
Eure, A. J., Jr. 
Higgins, Lawrence C. 
Runnings, Bess G. 



E 


Fayetteville 


1979 


1979 


1982 


1979 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1978 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1986 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1983 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1986 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1985 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1986 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1984 


1980 


E 


Fayetteville 


1980 


1980 


1982 


1980 


LA 


Collegeville,MN 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1983 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1978 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1987 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1983 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1984 


1981 


DL 


, Fayetteville 


1981 


1974 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1983 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1975 


1985 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1987 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1986 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1981 


1981 


1985 


1981 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1988 


1982 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1982 


.E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1986 


1982 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1986 


1982 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1982 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1969 


1986 


1982 


E 


Kentucky 


1982 


1982 


1984 


1986 


E 


Fayetteville 


1982 


1982 


1987 


1982 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 


.E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1988 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 


E 


WNC 








1986 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1986 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1987 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1983 


1983 


1985 


1983 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 



;layton, Richard T. 
:rabtree, Wade W. 
:rowe, John M. 
)avis, Eldrick R. 
Ivans, Tommy L. 
Jleaves, Edith L. 
ladison, J.Talton,Jr. 
lartin, Dwight E. 
lason, Glenn E, 
)steen , E . Powel 1 , Jr . 
Itrother, Jonathan E. 
/arren , W . Arthur , Jr . 
filkerson, Richard P. 
foodard,John R.,Jr. 
rorkey, Camille O. 
tanks, David A. 
'airley, Leonard E. 
'ischler, David S. 
[ull, Douglas R. 
rones, Susan P. 
>asquarello , Michael 
Itanley, Bruce E. 
Itraus, Phyllis H. 
/illiams, W. Franklin 
Jrown, Lisa Ann 
'ranklin, K. Mike 
renkins, David O. 
joy, Samuel W. 
larsicano, Leslie M. 
lullen, Roderic L. 
Ikinner, Robert O. 
Speight, John C. , Jr. 



E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1987 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1986 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1984 


1984 


1988 


1984 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 


E 


WNC 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1987 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 


E 


Fayetteville 


1985 


1985 


1988 


1985 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 


E 


Durham 


1986 


1986 


1988 


1986 



- Orders recognized from another denomination 
I No Deacon's Orders 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 



DISCIPLINARY STATUS 
Admitted Lie. 
into to 
Associate Membership Pre. 



Deavon Elder 



APPOINTMENT 

YEARS YEAR 
RETIRED 
LP AM Total 



4cLean, Billy W. A. 
Dlive, John Gilbert 
Davis, Donnie Gray, Sr. 
Svans, Paul Wesley 
3ryan, Everette Ervin 
iuggins, Johnnie Sinclair 
Parnell, Evander 
iicks, James W. 
Leonard, Orville Earl 
Lewis, Richard Farmer 
'lassey, Gerald Rudolph 
Jmstead, Charles I., Jr. 
Fraley, Fletcher W. 
Fulford, William Nelson 
iJesley, Luther Vernon 
Farmer, William Herbert 
Knowles, Russell Ray 
Royall, Lloyd Graham 
Forbes, Daniel Mercer, Jr. 
Runnings, Henry Marcus 
Lamb, Waverly Douglas 
larsh, George McCrea, Jr. 
'IcCall, Emmitt Carnelia 
i^attz, Robert Eugene, Sr. 
Lewis, Wallace Bradford 
Dillon, Frederick F. 
:uthrell, Billy Boyd 
Free, Virgil Loren 
-aviness, James W. , Jr. 
rordan, Bobby Lee 



LA 1968 

1969 

1969 

DL 1970 

1971 

1971 

DL 1971 

1972 

R 1972 

1972 

1972 

R 1972 

R 1973 

R 1973 

R 1973 

DL 1974 

1974 

1974 

1976 

R 1976 

1976 

1976 

1976 

1976 

1977 

DL 1978 

1980 

1981 

1982 

1983 



1962 
1951 
1960 
1959 
1965 
1966 
1966 
1968 
1963 
1967 
1968 
1965 
1965 
1955 
1948 
1969 
1962 
1963 
1971 
1959 
1970 
1960 
1973 
1973 
1972 
1962 
1970 
1953 
1971 
1973 



1968 
1959 
1962 
1967 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1969 
1970 
1969 
1970 
1958 
1970 
1970 
1965 
1969 
1972 
1969 
1972 
1966 
1974 
1973 
1974 
1969 
1972 
1974 
1972 
1983 



1961 
1964 



27 
20 
28 
23 
23 
22 
21 
19 
11 
20 
19 
15 
19 
29 
20 
16 
25 
25 
20 
21 
18 
21 
16 
15 
15 
23 
18 
17 
17 



1980 
1984 
1985 
1985 



Lancaster, Maurice Lew 
Cumroings, Jimmy Floyd 
Lane, John Rodney, Jr. 
Bowman, John Martin 





80 










1983 


1977 


1983 


4 


5 


9 


1984 


1970 


1971 


4 


4 


8 


1984 


1978 


1984 


11 


4 


15 


1986 


1976 


1986 


12 


2 


14 



PROBATIONARY MEMBERS - CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 



Where 
Admitted 



Disciplinary 
Paragraph 



Aaron, Jr., Charles L. 
Felton, Gayle Carlton SA 
Francis, David Henry 
Bone, Jesse Virgil, Jr. SA 
Clive, Mary Alene 
Johnson, Paul Jones III SA 
Moore, Donna Susan 
Hollis, Thomas Michael 
Jarrett, Eddie Jo 
Jones, Lorenz Gregory 
Lackey, Duke Caldwell 
Robinson, Larry 
Shields, Robert Strong 
Straus, Phyllis Hicks SA 
Sykes, Roy Michael 
Tharrington, Claire Clyburn 
Ward, James Bell 
Barker, Michael Reed 
Benson, David Clark 
Boggs, Michael Kevin 
Briggs, Jr., Edwin Albert 
Grogan, Lynn Tucker 
Langley, Delores Ann 
Lykins, Mark Elvin 
McMillan III, Samuel Duncan 
Mitchell, Jr. , William Kenneth 
Moore, Stanley Carl 
Scanlan, Carla Jory 
Smith, Carolyn Reed 
Snider, Ronald James 
Stark, Paul C. Sittason 
Tysinger, Richard Martin 
Tyson, Deborah Morgan SA 
Williams, Jr., Samuel Asbury 
Wingo, Brian Wayne 
Brown III, Vernon Weaver 
Eldredge, Robert Kenneth 
Fair, Leonard Owen 
Hall, Steven Michael 
Holliday, William Ervin 
Jenks, Gregory Keith 
Kelly, Linda Marie 
Malloy, David Ophanalia 
Miller, Joanna Claire 
Pierce, Jr., Robert Franklin 
Roberts, Jeffrey Lee 
Russell, John Martin 
Sheets III, Robert Branson 
Sugg, John Brinkley LA 
Thomason, Marshall Keith 
Blaisdell, Roger Allan 
Brown, James Stanley 
Browne, Frances Louise 
Collier, Jr., Milton Bailey 
Collins, Kenneth Joseph 
Crane, Larry D. 
Fowler, Leon Delanoa 
Garner, Kimberly Anne SA 
Hudson, Pamela Jo SA 
Innes, Randall Eugene 
Jenkins, Edith Dudley 
Malloy, Jr., James Edward 



Memphis Conf. 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Western NC 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayettevile 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 



1983 
1983 
1983 
1984 
1984 
1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1987 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 



415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 



cLean, David A. 
cFarland, Dena Jo 
ott, Joyce Reynolds 
erry, Brian Darren 
rice, Barbara Kathryn Hollis 
ussell, Timothy John 
hompson,Eireen G.Isley 
anger, Stephen Paul 
ashington, Scott Cameron 
ebb-Bowden, Julia 
ilburn, William Joseph 
ingo, Norma Walters 
itt, Peggy Ormsby 
itt, Jr. , William J 
oodhouse, Andrea Reese 
oodhouse, David William 





81 








Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


SA 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


IS 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


SA 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


SA 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 




Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


SA 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 


SA 


Fayetteville 


1988 


415 



1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1988 



ULL TIME LOCAL PASTORS 



Course 
Completed 



Year Year First 
Ordained Appointed 
Deacon Retired 



ustin, Richard Lee 

rock, Leon Moran R 

arpenter, Robert Jr. 

asteel , Joseph Wayne 

ollins, Eugene Addison 

raig, Robert Blair 

avis, Jefferson Woodrow RLP 

arly, Laura 

iegler, Josef E. 

isher, Jesse T. R 

alyon, William Eugene 

oldston, Linda Ann 

uthrie, Walter Sherman 

ammond, Robert Michael 

ardison, Riley Vance R 

argrove, Robert Houston 

arrington, William David 

ause, Charles John 

innant, Henry Mallie 

inson, Walter Michael 

ooper, Dennis Earl 

orne, Herbert Franklin DL 

ohnson, Doris Jean 

ones, Linwood Sutton 

ing, William Robert DL 

edford, John Thomas R 

ewis, Leon Jr. 

ayes, Rodger Neal 

aynard, Randall Grey 

cLean, James Harold 

cNair, Ester Maxwell R 

cPherson, Bruce W. 

iller, George D. R 

orthcutt, David R. 

wens, Harley McCoy R 

ierce, Charlene 

eed, James Clifford 

eed, Richard Gordon 

enn, Sr. , William DeVries 

eynolds, Foster Lee 

ouse, Jere Alton 

chroll, Roger Edward 

harp, Richard C. 

tnith, Granville Earl 

omberlin, Joe Luther 

roy, Angelo McKinely 

reihart, Charles R 

■arnage, Roy L. R 

arnum, Tracie RLP 



1987 
1956 
1980 
1988 
1988 
1985 
1956 
1987 
1984 
1946 
1986 
1987 
1984 
1987 
1971 
1980 
1988 
1976 
1988 
1986 
1988 
1972 
1986 
1974 
1955 
1949 
1957 
1982 
1988 
1985 
1968 
1986 
1960 
1988 
1956 
1987 
1986 
1986 
1986 
1955 
1963 
1986 
1988 
1988 
1986 
1982 
1960 
1970 
1947 



Completed 

Fifth Year 

Completed 

Completed 

License 

License 

Completed 

License 

Completed 

Fourth Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

License 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

License 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

License 

Completed 

First Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Fourth Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

License 

License 

License 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Third Year 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 

Completed 



1952 1954 



1960 
1954 
1970 



1978 
1965 
1960 



1966 
1966 



1963 
1972 
1958 



1985 




1967 


1975 


1980 




1988 




1988 




1956 


1984 


1987 




1988 




1947 


1973 


1988 




1984 




1987 




1971 


1987 


1980 




1988 




1978 




1988 




1986 




1988 




1973 




1986 




1957 




1960 


1980 


1963 




1982 




1988 




1985 




1968 


1986 


1986 




1964 


1983 


1988 




1956 


1973 


1987 




1986 




1986 




1986 




1963 




1963 




1986 
1988 
1988 




1960 


1983 


1970 


1982 


1949 


1984 



Wall, Shelly Wilson 
Ward, Richard L. 
Williams, Clifford Locke 
Williams, Roger Charles 
Winston III, Joseph Auntry 





82 


1988 


Completed 


1988 


Completed 


1988 


Completed 


1987 


License 


1986 


Completed 



1988 
1988 
1988 
1987 
1986 



PART TIME LOCAL PASTORS 



License 



Course 
Completed 



Yr. Ordained 
Deacon 



Adams, Anthony Angelo 1988 

Bacote, Thomas B. 1974 

Cleary, Patricia T. 1983 

Covington, J. Earl 1988 

Cribb, George F. 1982 

Currin, Douglas B. 1988 

Dawkins, Donald Martin 1979 
Fa irley, Robert Anthony, Sr, 197 

Ferguson, Horace T. 1984 

Hewett, William Oscar 1988 
Gurley, Raymond Gardner R 1972 

Little, Milton Earl 1984 

McLean, Emma Ruth 1958 

McLeod, Walter Emmett 1984 

Melvin, B. Fallon 1973 

Morton, Elva LeRoy III 1988 

Ormond, Wilbur C. , Jr. 1978 

Plowman, Sally S. 1988 

Powers, Daniel Paul 1968 

Robl III, Charles John 1977 

Simmons, J. Kenny 1987 

Shipman, Marilyn Koeppen 1979 

Strong, Donald Blaine 1980 
West,Jr. ,Thaddeus Clifton 1957 

Woodworth, Douglas R. 1957 

Worth, Leroy, Sr. 1988 



Seminary Graduate 

Completed 

License 

License 

Third Year 

License 

Third Year 

Completed 1972 

License 

License 

Completed 1974 

Third Year 

Completed Two Years 1960 

License 



Completed 

License 

Fourth Year 

License 

Completed 

Third Year 

License 

Completed 

Completed 

Third Year 

Completed 

License 



1976 



STUDENT LOCAL PASTORS 








Name 


License 


School 




BURLINGTON: 










Bachman, Anne Torrance 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Bullard, Lyndle R. 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Belcher, Carl Dean 


1987 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Denny, Clyde Arthur 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Graves, Walter Lawrence 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Graves, Walter Lawrence 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Kirby, Stephen Hayden 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Maynard, Phillip R. 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School , 


McDowell, Thomas D. 


1982 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Nelms, Benjamin Earl 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Sharpe, Jr., Benjamin S. 


1987 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


DURHAM: 










Aydlett, Jr. Wilbur Christopher 1983 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Bailey, James Edward 


1985 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Cumbest, Christopher 0. 




Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Harris, Derrick K. 


1987 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Hill, Jr., Richard Charles 


1984 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


King, James Wesley 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Martin III, Samuel Francis 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 1 


Milton, Stuart McRas 


1986 


Southeastern 




Parker, Richard H. 


1987 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Speed, Daniel Glen 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School { 


Spence, Clinton William 


1988 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Weaver, James Thomas 


1987 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


Wright, Jeff Wayne 


1986 


Duke 


Divinity 


School 


ELIZABETH CITY: None 











^AYETTEVILLE: 




aired, Gary Edmund 


1987 


Idwards, Patricia 


1987 


'age, Jr. , Jack 


1987 


;OLDSBORO: 




)onakey, Joseph 


1985 


'ox, Doris T. 


1988 


Jillikin, Haywood W. 


1985 


[ill, Danny Christopher 


1986 


'ennyson, John E. 


1986 


fatford, T. Scott 


1987 


IREENVILLE: 




iowen, Everett Richard 


1986 


fEW BERN: 




Imith, Adolph Conrad 


1988 


[ALEIGH: 




:bert, B. Wayne 


1985 


'algout, Roy F. 


1988 


[all, Jr., William Kenneth 


1986 


:ossan, Joseph E. 


1987 


lOCKINGHAM: 




iullard, Vickie 


1987 


:ainpbell, John Avery 


1987 


jocklear, Bruce 


1987 


'yson, Jr., Bobby Powell 


1986 


[OCKY MOUNT: None 




lANFORD: 




:leary, Wayne R. 


1983 


lerber, John E. 


1984 


luillemette, Joel B. 


1987 


>hillips, Vicki Diane 


1988 


lichards, G. Scott 


1988 


Imith, George Jerome 


1986 


fILMINGTON: 




(rock, Jr. , Harold E. 


1988 


joeffler, Gary Charles 


1988 



Methodist College 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 

Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Mt. Olive College 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 

NC Wesleyan College 

Duke Divinity School 

Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke 
Southeastern 

Sandhills Comm. Coll. 
Duke Divinity School 
Robeson Technical College 
Duke Divinity School 



Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Duke Divinity School 
Southeastern 

Methodist College 
Brunswick Tech. 



5IACONAL MINISTERS 



Consecration 
Conference/Year 



Admitted to 
NC Conference 



irgo, David Anthony 
iallance, Bernice 
lallance, Ethelynde 
liddle, Margaret Anne 
:onner, Carol Denise 
)avenport , Laura 
'reeman, Brigitte Ann 
larrison, Jr., Robert H. 
iattis, Irene 
lines, David E. 
:uckaby, Jr. Robert Lewis 
acobs, Harold Dean 
ohnson, Marilyn 
lorton, Mary Jane Pierce 
I 'Connor, Tacoma 
'ffutt. Alma Whitfield 
trange, Carol Dell 
tocks, Lois Hardee 
aughan III, Stephen Walton 
alker, Wanda Gail 
eisser, William James 
illiams, Richard Jerome 
omack, Leslie Castle 





1981 


R 


1977 


R 


1977 




1970 




1977 




1977 




1985 


R 


1973 


R 


1975 




1979 




1986 




1981 


R 


1977 




1980 




1977 


R 






1975 




1980 




1976 


LA 


1977 




1978 




1973 


R 


1981 



1981 
1977 
1977 
1970 
1985 
1977 
1985 
1973 
1975 
1979 
1986 
1981 
1977 
1980 
1977 
1970 
1985 
1980 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1973 
1981 



1987 
1985 



85 
1988-1989 ALPHABETICAL CONFERENCE DIRECTORY 

NOTE: Information for the Conference Directory is derived from 
information in the Conference computer and the response to the letter 
from the Conference Secretary dated May 19, 1988. The minister's 
greeting name is included in brackets and the spouse's name in 
parentheses. By popular request, both home and office address are 
included. The minister's preferred mailing address is denoted by an 
asterisk (*). 

If there is an error in the information shown below, please 
notify the Conference Secretary's Office. 
HOME STUDY 



Bishop Carlton P. Minnick, Jr. 
3116 Eton Road 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
782-0520 



[C. P.] (Mary Ann) 
* P. 0. Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 



(Honorary Member) 

Bishop Joseph B. Bethea [Joe] (Shirley) 



4111 Ivey Hall Dr. 
Columbia. SC 29206 
803/738-0806 



4908 Colonial Dr.. Suite 108 
Columbia, SC 29203 
803/786-9486 



Aaron, Jr., Charles L. [Chuck] (Sandra) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 781 3- A Shadowood Ct. 

Richmond, VA 23228 

804/755-6501 

Adams, Anthony [Anthony] 

(WI) Epworth UMC 
2710 Market St. * P. 0. Box 3455 

Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington, NC 

762-1407 



28406 



Adams, Dennis Marion [Dennis] (Lee) 
(FA) Associate - Camp Ground UMC 

5232 Flat Rock Drive * 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
822-9245 



Camp Ground Chur.Rd. 
Fayettevl, NC 28304 
867-9^36 



Ail Is, Lovell R. [Lovell] 
(RA) Clayton UMC 
* Box 475, 334 S. Page St. 
Clayton, NC 27520 
553-6446 



(Barbara) 



Box 475,2nd & Church 
Clayton, NC 27520 
553-6464 



Aitken, P. Wesley [Wesley] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 2909 Harriman Road 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-5491 



(Ruth) 



Alexander, Frank L. [Frank] 
(DU) Ellis Chapel UMC 

5316 Lakeview Drive 

Durham, NC 27712 
383-8880 



(Millie) 



5316 Lakeview Dr. 
Durham, NC 27712 
383-8880 



Alexander, Gayle T. [Gayle] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 1018 Edith Street 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-6390 



(Kathryn) 



228-0581 



Alexander, Jr., J. C. [J. 
(BU) Special Appointment 

* Rt. 3, Box 199 
Sylva, NC 28779 
704/586-5220 

Allen, Danny G. [Danny] 
(GO) Warsaw UMC 

* P.O. Box 422 
Warsaw. NC 28398 

293-4365 



C] (Sue) 
• Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Western Car.Univ 



704/277-7491 



P. 0. Box 422 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
293-4944 



86 



Home 

Allen, Ebern Earl [Ebern] (Kay) 
(GR) Hobgood UMC 

* P Box 820 
Bethel. NC 27812 

825-6741 

Allen, Frank Bruce [Bruce] (Susan) 
(GR) Robersonville UMC 

* P. 0. Box 397 
Robersonville, NC 27871 

795-4663 



Study 



P Box 820 
Bethel, NC 27812 
825-67^1 



P. 0. Box 397 
Robersonvl, NC 
795-4663 



27871 



[Gordon] (Alice P.) 



Allen, Jr., Gordon E. 
(WI) Garland UMC 
* P Box 427 

Garland, NC 28441 
552-2124 



Allred, Gary E. [Gary] (Lou Ann) 
(FA) Salemburg UMC 
* P. 0. Box 216 

Salemburg, NC 28385 
525-5i00 



Allred, Susan Lutz [Susan] 
(BU) Aldersgate UMC 

1306 LeClair St. 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
942-51 7^- 



(Herb) 



P Box 427 
Garland, NC 
552-212i 



P Box 216 
Salemburg, NC 
525-5400 



28441 



28385 



632 Laurel Hill Road 
Chapel Hi I, NC 27514 



Andrews, Chester J, [Chester] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 117 W. Union Street 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 
732-7712 



Andrews, Jr., John C. 
(RM) Northampton UMC 
* P. O.Box 767 

Jackson, NC 27845 
534-4281 



[John] (Nancy) 



P Box 767 

Jackson, NC 

534-8711 



Argo, D. Anthony [Tony] 

(FA) Diaconal Minister 
610 Greenland Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 
485-7419 

Armstrong, Edward P. [Ed] (Sara) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 2424 Tram Rd. 

New Bern, NC 28560 
633-3465 

Armstrong, III, R. Martin [Martin] 
(GR) Hookerton UMC 

* P. 0. Box 10 
Hookerton. NC 28538 

747-5^48 

Auman, James A. [Jim] (Dot) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 300 Brentwood Ave. 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 

347-2602 



27845 



1700 Fort Bragg Blvd 
Fayettevl, NC 28303 
484-0181 



(Eleanor) 

PO Box 10, Church St 
Hookerton, NC 28538 
747-2310 



Austin, Richard L. [Richard] 
(NB) Riverside UMC 
* 1510 National Ave. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
637-6386 



(Frances) 



405 Avenue A 

New Bern, NC 

637-^326 



28560 



Aycock, John D. [John] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P Box 159 

Rowland, NC 28383 
422-3156 



(Fran) 



Home 

Aydlett, Jr., W. Christopher 
(DU) Community UMC 
* 507 West E. Street 
Butner, NC 27509 
57§-4303 



87 

Study 

[Chris] (Angie) 



St. 



507 W. E. 
Butner. NC 27509 
575-4303 



Bachmann, Anne T. [Anne] (Richard) 
(BU) Union Grove UMC 

* Route 3, Box 488 Rt. 3. Box 488 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 HiUsborou, NC 

929-4597 929-4597 



27278 



Bacote, Thomas Benjamin [Tom] 
(RO) Pembroke Circuit UMC 
* 1808 Gola Drive 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
488-6899 



(Emma) 



P Box 1914 

Pembroke, NC 

486-1397 



28372 



Bailey, James E. [James] 
(DU) Stem- Bui lock's UMC 
* P. 0. Box 10 
Stem, NC 27581 
694-6428 



(Caren C.) 



P Box 10 
Stem, NC 27581 




Bailey, James H. [Jim] 

(RA) White Plains UMC 

* 307 E. Maynard Road 

Cary, NC 27511 

467-1178 



(Helen) 



8x158,313 SE Maynard 
Cary, NC 27511 
467-4991 



Baker, M. Randall [Randall] (Freda) 
(EC) Elizabeth City District UMC 
312 S. Griffin St. * 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
335-2415 

Baldridge, Robert L. [Bob] (Janice) 
(GO) Saint Paul UMC 

119 Overbrook Dr. * 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-4050 



P Box 1662 
Eliz City, NC 
335-^415 



27909 



204 E. Chestnut St. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-2965 



Bal lance, Bernice A. [Bernice] 
(FA) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* P. 0. Box 247 
Lillington, NC 27546 

893-55^4 

Bal lance, Ethelynde F. [Ethelynde] 
(FA) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* 508 N. Stewart St. 
Raeford, NC 28376 

875-4808 

Bame, Robert L. [Bob] (Helen) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 569 
Pikeville, NC 27863 

242-5631 



Banks, David A. [David] (Jerri M.) 
(NB) Saint Peters UMC 

* 320 Holly La. Ill Hodges St. 

Morehead City, NC 28557 Morehead C. NC 
726-0491 726-2175 



28057 



Barber, Morris L. [Morris] 
(SA) Pinebluff UMC 
* Box 365,235 Currant St. 
Pinebluff, NC 28373 
281-3797 



(Leoma) 



P Box 365 
Pinebluff, NC 
281-3468 



28373 



Barber, Wilson Edward [Eddie] (Jane) 
(WI) Grace UMC 

402 Wayne Dr. * 

Wilmington, NC 28403 
762-6409 



401 Grace Street 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
763-51^7 



Home 

Barbour, Berry 0. [Berry] (Dixi 
(SA) Aberdeen: Page Memorial UMC 

608 Wilder Avenue 

Aberdeen, NC 28315 
944-1595 



88 



e) 



Study 



P. 0. Box 695 
Aberdeen, NC 
944-1093 



28315 



Barfield, W. Clark [Clark] 
(SA) Glendon UMC 
* Rt. 1 Box 500 

Robbins, NC 27325 
464-3217 



Rt. 1, Box 500 
Robbins, NC 27325 
464-3217 



Barker, Michael Reid [Michael] 
(GO) Jefferson UMC 

1502 Ninth St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735-1669 



1101 N.Jefferson Ave 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-0144 



Barrett, Troy J. [Troy] 

(RA) Retired Minister 

* 104 Twin Oaks Place 

Cary, NC 27511 

467-4488 



(Robbie) 



Bass, Sr., Walton N. [Walton] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 2021 Walnut St. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-3545 



(Emma Deane) 



Bauman, Robert J. [Robert] 

(WI) Associate - Wesley Memorial UMC 

2026 North Kerr Ave. * 

Wilmington, NC 28405 
799-5533 



1401 S. College Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
791-40^2 



Beane, Kenneth E. [Ken] (Margaret) 
(RO) Parkton UMC 
* 532 Rock Canyon Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
867-5412 



Bedsworth, Ellis J. [Ellis] 
(EC) Plymouth UMC 

101 Virginia Pine Dr. 

Plymouth. NC 27962 
793-^482 



(Betty) 



532 Rock Canyon Dr. 
Fayettevil, NC 28303 
867-5412 



P Box 734 
Plymouth. NC 
793-^549 



27962 



Beeson, Jr. Gilbert W. [Gilbert] (Barbara) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Air Force 

* 63 ABG/HC 

Norton AFB, CA 92409 

714/798-4236 714/832-4087 



(Terry Dale) 



Belcher, Carl Dean [Carl] 
(BU) Saint Lukes UMC 
* Route 4, Box 360 

Burlington., NC 27215 
584-7390 



Bell, James Douglas [Jim] (Melody) 
(RM) Enfield - Eden UMC 

111 N. Church St. " 

Enfield, NC 27823 
445-5983 

Benfield, Jack M. [Jack] (Jane) 
(RA) Zebu I on UMC 

* Box 415, 204 W.Glenn 
Zebulon, NC 27597 

269-7531 

Benson, David C. [David] (Cathy C.) 
(RM) Evansdale-Black Creek UMC 

* Route 3, Box 512 
Wilson, NC 27893 

23^1914 



Rt. 4, Box 360 
Burlington, NC 
584-0648 



P Box 115 
Enfield, NC 
445-3450 



P Box 415 
Zebulon, NC 
269-9408 



27215 



27823 



27597 



Rt. 3, Box 512 
Wilson, NC 27893 
23^7451 



Home 



89 



Bergland, John K. [John] (Barbara) 
(FA) Haymount UMC 

U50 Pine Valley Loop * 

Fayetteville, NC 28305 
486-0838 



Study 



1700 Fort Bragg Blvd 
Fayettevl, NC 28303 
484-0181 



Bergland, Robert E. [Bob] (Ellen) 
(FA) Grace UMC 

300 Fairfax St. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
592-4195 



800 Smith Street 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-3497 



Best, Nancy R. [Nancy] 
(DU) Special Appointment - Supv. 
* 210B Watts St. 
Durham. NC 27701 
682-5183 



in Training, Duke Med.Ctr. 



684-3586 



Biddle, Margaret Anne [Margaret Anne] 

(BU) Diaconal Minister 

1302 Greenbriar St. * P Box 2597 

Burlington, NC 27215 Burlington. NC 

227-1689 227-6263 



27216 



Bideaux, Rene 0. [Rene] (Rebecca) 
(BU) Orange UMC 
* Route 11, Box 17 

Chapel HUl, NC 27514 
942-4714 



1220 Airport Rd. 
Chapel Hi I, NC 27514 
942-2825 



Bissette, Lester C. [Lester] (Catherine) 
(FA) Spring Hill UMC 

* Route 3, Box 356 Rt. 3, Box 356 

Lillington, NC 27546 Lillington. NC 

893-6381 893-4723 



27546 



Bizzell, Jr., Henry A. [Henry] 
(BU) Swepsonville UMC 
* P Box 36 

Swepsonville, NC 27359 
578-3661 



(Grace) 



Box 36, E. Main St. 
Swepsonvil, NC 27359 
578-3661 



Black 



Bobby C. [Bobby] 
(SA) Special Appointment 



(Marybel) 

- Chaplain, Pinehurst Village Chapel 
POBox 1060, Village Chapel 
Pinehurst, NC 28374 

295-6^75 295-6003 



Blackburn, Linwood E. [Linwood] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* 102 Brentwood Drive 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-5518 



(Polly (Johnsie H.)) 



237-6121 



Blaisdell, Roger Alan [Roger] (Judith) 
(RM) Halifax UMC 

* P. 0. Box 365 P Box 365 
Halifax, NC 27839 Halifax, NC 

583-6271 583-6271 

Blanchard, Diane M. C. [Diane] (Randy C.) 
(GO) Leave of Absence 

* Route 7, Box 409 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-1^18 



27839 



Blanchard, George F. [George] (Lillian) 
(WI ) Camp UMC 

* P Box 376 Main Street 

Shallotte, NC 28459 Shallotte, NC 

754-6355 754-4840 



28459 



Blanchard, Randy Coy [Randy] 

(GO) Salem UMC 
Route 7, Box 409 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735-1318 



(Diane) 



Route 7, Box 409 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735-9210 



90 
Home Study 

Blankenhorn, Richard R. [Dick] (May) 

(DU) Mount Sylvan UMC 
313 Andover Rd. * 5731 Roxboro Road 

Durham. NC 27712 Durham. NC 27712 

47t-4362 471-0032 

Blue, John Robert [John] 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chaplain, VA Medical Center 

* VAM&ROC Chap.Serv. 

901 Geo. Washington Blvd. 

Wichita, KS 67211 

316/685-6679 316/651-3606 

Boggs, Clyde S. [Clyde] (Hazel) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* 313 Wayne Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28403 

762-0579 

Boggs, Michael K. [Mike] (Pamela) 
(RM) Mount Zion UMC 

* Route 2, Box 385 Rt. 2, Box 385 

Elm City, NC 27822 Elm City. 27822 

291-^140 237-0755 

Bogie, Edward F. [Ed] (Ruth) 
(DU) Carr UMC 

* 111 N. Driver Ave. 107 N. Driver St. 
Durham, NC 27703 Durham, NC 27703 

596-6707 59^-7210 

Bone, Jr., Jesse V. [Jesse] (Robyn) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 2200 Faculty br.,Apt.9-B 
Winston- Sal em, NC 27106 

Bone, Sr., Jesse V. [Jesse] (Mary) 
(WI) Trinity UMC 

1508 Princess St. * 1403 Market St. 

Wilmington, NC 28401 Wilmington, NC 28401 

762-7769 762-3316 

Boone, Daniel C. [Dan] (Ruth) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 372 
Halifax, NC 27839 

583-1941 

Boone, Paul W. [Paul] (Ellen Brent) 

(NB) First UMC 
210 Calico Dr. * P Box 1617 

Morehead City, NC 28557 Morehead C, NC 28557 
726-4055 726-7102 

Boone, Sidney G. [Sidney] (Katherine) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Box 411 
Nashville, NC 27856 

459-7758 

Bostick, Joseph K. [Joe] (Julia) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 806 Fa ire loth St. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 

834-0814 

Bowden, Jr., R. Lawrence [Larry] (Julia) 

(DU) Associate - Mount Sylvan UMC 
Rt. 3, Box 2 * 5731 Roxboro Road 

Rougemont, NC 27572 Durham, NC 27712 

471-1759 471-0032 

Bowen, Jr., Everett Richard [Richard] (Judy) 
(GR) Jamesville UMC 

* PO Box 99 P Box 99 
Jamesville, NC 27846 Jamesville, NC 27846 

792-3830 792-3830 



9^ 
Home Study 

Bowman, Daniel D. [Dan] (Dolores) 
(EC) Gatesville UMC 

* P. 0. Box 43 P Box 43 
Gatesville. NC 27938 Gatesville, NC 27938 

357-0354 357-1160 

Bowman, John M. [John] (Fayette) 
(RM) Red Oak UMC 

* P Box 66 P Box 66 

Red Oak, NC 27868 Red Oak, NC 27868 

443-9549 443-9549 

Boyette, Lynwood Clayton [Lynwood] (Louise) 

(RM) We I don UMC 
312 Woodlawn Ave. * P. 0. Box 228 

Weldon, NC 27890 Weldon, NC 27890 

536-3782 536-3494 

Boykin, William Alton [Bill] (Karen) 
(BU) Efland UMC 

* P. 0. Box 121 P Box 121 
Efland, NC 27243 Efland, NC 27243 

732-8451 732-7957 

Bradley, David G. [Dave] (Lorene) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2414 Perkins Rd. 
Durham, NC 27706 

489-4277 

Bradshaw, Francis C. [Brad] (Sue) 
(GO) Centenary UMC 

904 Crescent St. * 140 E. Market St. 

Smithfield, NC 27577 Smithfield, NC 27577 

934-8597 934-2333 

Brady, William H. [Herman] (Ruth) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 305 
Aberdeen, NC 28315 

944-^505 

Branch, Johnny H. [Johnny] (Susan) 
(DU) Concord UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 190A Rt. 1, Box 190A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 Roxboro, NC 27573 

599-7630 599-6262 

Braswell, Kermit L. [Kermit] (Alice) 

Special Appointment - Admin. Asst. to Bishop & Min. Relations Off 
4108 Brewster St. * P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Raleigh, NC 27605 

851-3894 832-9560 

Braswell, William E. [Bill] (Patricia) 
(GR) Calvary Memorial UMC 

* P. 0. Box 445 P Box 445 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 Snow Hill, NC 28580 

747-3723 747-3^60 

Briggs, Jr., Edwin Albert [Ed] 
(RM) Leave of Absence 

* POBox 86,102 N. Lumber St 
Nashville, NC 27856 

459-7178 

Broadwell, A. Ray [Ray] (Melissa) 
(GR) Rainbow UMC 

* Route 4, Box 48 Rt. 2, Box 48 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 Snow Hill, NC 28580 

747-2668 747-2668 

Brock, Leon M. [Leon] (Willie) 
(WI) Retired Local Pastor 

* 5014 Lord Byron Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 

791-0309 



Home 

Brock, Jr., Harold E. [Harold] 
(WI) Harrells - Westview UMC 

Route 2, Box 65 1/2 

Harrells, NC 28444 
532-4340 



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Route 2, Box 65 1/2 
Harrells,, NC 28444 
532-4340 



Brooks, Rex Eugene [Rex] 
(DU) Bethany UMC 

1712 Kirwood Dr. 

Durham, NC 27705 
471-1084 



(Carolyn) 



2809 Guess Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
47^-6659 



Brown, Chester D. [Chester] (Catherine) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 6000 Highland Ave. 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-2668 

Brown, James C. P. [James] (Martha) 
(SA) Sanford District UMC 

* 1511 Columbine Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

775-7041 



775-7041 



Brown, James Stanley [Stan] 
(DU) White Memorial UMC 
* 1612 Lynne Ave. 

Henderson, NC 27536 
438-6096 



(Christa) 



529 Alexander Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
438-6096 



Brown, Lisa Ann [Lisa] 
(RM) Associate - First UMC 

Box 1423, 1305 Buxton Rd. 

Wilson, NC 27893 
291-5646 



P Box 1423 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-6121 



Brown, Phi lip Sherman [Phil] (Carol) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Exec. Dir. Episcopal Home Ageing, Sou. Pines 

* P. 0. Box 2001 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 

949-2148 692-0300 



Brown, Ralph A. [Ralph] (Jeannie) 
(GR) Holy Trinity UMC 

1400 Red Banks Rd 

Greenville, NC 27858 
758-3326 



1400 Red Banks Rd. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
756-17^1 



Brown, Samuel H. [Sam] 
(NB) Trinity UMC 
* 2315 Elizabeth Ave. 
New Bern, NC 28562 
637-^259 



(Beverly) 



811 Simmons St. 
New Bern. NC 28560 
637-2660 



Brown, Wesley Freeland [Wes] (Jane) 

Special Appointment - Dir. , Development, Duke Div.Sch. 
25 Falling Water Dr. * Duke Divinity School 

Durham, NC 27713 Durham, NC 27706 

490-1339 68^2273 



Brown, III, Vernon W. [Vernon] (Mary Anne) 
(FA) Union UMC 

Route 2, Box 245-R 

Lillington. NC 27546 ;,.„ 

893-3769 893-38^7 



Route 2, Box 354-B 
Lillington, NC 27546 



Browne, Frances L. [Frances] 
(RM) Whi takers UMC 
* P. 0. Box 276 

Whi takers, NC 27891 
437-1451 



P Box 276 
Whitakers, NC 
437-1451 



27891 



Browning, Paul C. [Paul] 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* 609 Fitzhugh Street 

Ravenswood, WV 26164 

304/273-3635 



(Winnie) 



Home 



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Brownlee, David E. [David] (Irene) 
(DU) Trinity UMC 

1108 W. Knox St. * 

Durham, NC 27708 
682-0800 



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215 N. Church St. 
Durham, NC 27701 
683-1383 



Brunson, Jesse [Jesse] 
(RA) Wilson Temple UMC 
* 1021 Oberlin Road 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
828-9989 



(Doris) 



1023 Oberlin Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
828-9989 



Bryan, Everette E. [Everette] 
(RA) Middleburg UMC 
* P. 0. Box 100 
Middleburg, NC 27556 
492-1616 



(Christine) 



P Box 100 
Middleburg, NC 
492-1616 



27556 



Bryan, James L. [Jerry] (Margaret) 
(RM) Roanoke Circuit UMC 

* 1931 Willow Street 1931 Willow St. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 Roanoke Ra, NC 
537-1586 537-0730 



27870 



Bryant, Charles V. [Charles] 
(RA) Saint Mark's UMC 

208 Ellwood Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
781-2534 



(Wanda) 



* 4801 Six Forks Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-0544 



Bryant, Terry A. [Terry] 
(SA) Carthage UMC 
* PO Box 667 
Carthage, NC 28327 
947-2472 



(Linda) 



P Box 667 
Carthage, NC 
947-^705 



28327 



Bui lard, Lyndle R. [Lyndle] 
(BU) Associate - Davis Street UMC 
* 606 E. Davis Street 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-1366 



606 E. Davis St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-44^7 



Bui lard, Vickie [Vickie] 
(RO) Light House UMC 
* Route 1, Box 226 
Aberdeen, NC 28315 
281-5138 



(Barbara) 



P. 0. Box 218 
Aberdeen. NC 28315 



Bundy, Robert F. [Bob] (Inez) 
(SA) Robbins: Tabernacle UMC 
* P. 0. Box 395 

Robbins, NC 27325 
948-2288 



P. 0. Box 395 
Robbins, NC 27325 
948-3087 



Bunnj Paul G. [Paul] (Dot) 

Special Appointment - Admin. , Wesley Pines Retirement Home 

5505 Azalea Drive * 100 Wesley Pines Rd. 

Lumberton, NC 28358 Lumberton, NC 28358 

671-0506 738-9691 

Burgess, Roy 0. [Roy] (Gladys E.) 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* P Box 137 
Atlantic, NC 28511 
225-^431 



Burke, Paul L. [Paul] (Juanita) 
(RM) Littleton UMC 

P.O. Box 26 

Littleton, NC 27850 
586-3^85 

Burnside, Jr., Hobart W. [Hobie] 
(RO) Norman UMC 

P Box 95 

Norman, NC 28367 
652-3131 



27850 



* P. 0. Box 26 
Littleton, NC 

586-5385 

(Mary Jane) 

* P. 0. Box 95 
Norman. NC 28367 



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Butner, III, Rufus Ernest [Rufus] (Lucia) 
(GO) La Granae UMC 

206 Lake Pines Drive * 213 S. Caswell St. 

LaGrange, NC 28551 La Grange, nc 28551 

566-^862 566-3148 

Butson, John D. [John] (Shari) 
(RO) Saint John- Gibson UHC 

* P. 0. Box 181 P Box 181 
Gibson, NC 28343 Gibson. NC 28343 

266-4292 268-3117 

Byers, II, Leonard C. [Len] (Denise) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Dir.Dept. Pastoral Care, Cleveland Mem.Hos 

* 804 Churchill Drive 
Shelby, NC 28150 

704/484-1620 704/487-3848 

Byrd( Douglas L. [Douglas] (Carolyn) 

Special Appointment - Exec. VP, United Methodist Foundation, Inc. 
4909 Deer Garden Ct. * P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Raleigh, NC 27605 

851-1595 832-9560 

Byrd, Nathan H. [Nathan] (Jackie) 

Special Appointment - Dir.of Dev.& Publ.Relat.,MRH,Inc. 
#4 Hepowil Trace * 2616 Erwin Road 

Hillborough, NC 27278 Durham, NC 27705 

471-2196 381-2567 

Byrd, Jr., Albert DeWitt [A.D.] (Rose) 

(EC) Kitty Hawk UMC 
P. 0. Box 900 * P Box 900 

Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 

261-2707 ^61-20^2 

Cameron, Angus McKay [Angus] (Kay) 
(SA) Goldston UMC 

* P. 0. Box 85 P Box 85 
Goldston, NC 27252 Goldston, NC 27252 

898-4337 898-^523 

Cameron, Hugh H. [Hugh] (Maryella) 
(FA) Hay Street UMC 

* 306 White Oak Ct. Box 456, Hay & Ray St 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 Fayettevl. NC 28302 

485-3043 483-2143 

Campbell, Curtis W. [Curtis] (Deborah) 
(RA) Pleasant Grove UMC 

* 6401 Pleasant Pines Dr. 4415 Pleas. Gr.Ch.Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27613 Raleigh, NC 27613 

783-8524 787-7763 

Campbell, Dennis Marion [Dennis] (Leesa) 

Special Appointment - Dean, Duke Divinity School 
3 Pilling PI. * Duke Divinity School 

Durham. NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

489-5405 684-4041 

Campbell, Jerry Dean [Jerry] (LeVeta) 

Special Appointment - Vice Provost for Lib. & Prof., Duke Univ. 
Rt. 8, Box 63H * Duke University 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Durham, NC 27706 

929-0655 68^-2034 

Campbell, John A. [John] 

(RO) Mount Zion-Walls Chapel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 669 P Box 669 

Red Springs, NC 28377 Red Spring, NC 28377 

843-389$ 843-3&95 

Capps, Clingman C. [Cling] (Pat) 
(NB) Disability Leave 

* 2101 Richardson Dr. 
Reidsville, NC 27320 

349-26^7 



Home 

Garden, Billy M. [Billy] (Peggy) 
(GR) Ayden UMC 
* 707 W. 3rd Street 
Ayden, NC 28513 
746-3852 



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101 Martinsborough R 
Greenville. NC 27834 
746-6524 



Carpenter, Jr., Robert L. [Bob] 
(SA) Poplar Spr. -Memphis UMC 
* 4328 Pumping Station Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-3860 



(Judy) 



4328 Pumping Station 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-3860 



Carson, W. Eric [Eric] 
(DU) Duke Memorial UMC 

2000 Cedar St. 

Durham, NC 27707 
489-2210 



(Melissa) 



504 U. Chapel Hill St 
Durham, NC 27701 
683-3467 



Carter, Sr., Theodore V. [Ted] (Bertha) 
(RA) Cokesbury UMC 
* Box 16097,3004 Little John 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
832-3371 



3315 Poole Road 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
828-8585 



Casiday, H. Warren [Warren] 
(BU) Fairview UMC 
* Route 1, Box 296 

El on College, NC 27244 
584-8213 



(Marie) 



Rt. 1, Box 296 
Elon Colle, NC 
584-5411 



27244 



Casteel, Joseph W. [Joe] 

(RA) Associate - Millbrook UMC 

4708- A Courtney La. 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
790-8855 



1712 Millbrook Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-0865 



Caviness, Jr., James W. 
(RO) Ellerbe UMC 
* P. 0. Box 340 

Ellerbe, NC 28338 
652-2571 



[James] (Jackie) 



P Box 340 

Ellerbe, NC 

652-2571 



28338 



Chaff in, J. Claude [Claude] (Lucille) 
(DU) Salem UMC 

Route 2, Box 201 -C 

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 
599-5012 



Rt.2,Box 201C 
HurdleMils, NC 
599-6333 



27541 



Chandler, Daniel Ross [Daniel] 

(DU) Special Appointment - Prof., NY Inst. of Tech.,& Min. 

* Box 511, FDR Station 

New York, NY 10150 

212/687-6594 516/686-7516 



,Shaw Chape 



Chandler, George P. [Pat] 
(FA) Special Appointment 
* Rt. 10, Box 412 

Sumter. SC 29150 

803/495-3805 



(Tona) 

Prof .Columbia College, Columbia SC 



803/786-3755 



Cheek, W. Hoyt [Hoyt] 
(FA) Mount Mori ah UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 56E 

Clinton, NC 28328 

919-564-2166 



(Helen) 



Cheezem, Clyde B. [Clyde] 
(NB) Franklin Memorial UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 333-C 

Morehead City, NC 28557 
726-4053 



1112 Arendell St. 
Morehead C, NC 28557 
726-6010 



Cherry, Corbin L. [Corbin] 

(EC) Special Appointment - Chaplain, VA Medical Ctr. 

* 7L^ Mnrninnciin Aua 



245 Morningsun Ave. 
Mill Valley, CA 94941 
415/388-8221 



415/221-4810 



Home 

Chrismon, Sr., Harold M. 
(FA) Hope Mills UMC 
* 3767 Legion Road 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 
425-5019 



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[Pete] (Jackie) 



3767 Legion Road 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
425-0168 



Clarke, W. Thomas [Tom] (Alexanne) 
(WI) Old Dock UMC 
* Rt. 4, Box 232 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
642-5462 



Rt. 4, Box 232 
Whiteville, NC 
642-5462 



28472 



Clayton, Richard T. [Rick] (Joy) 
(RM) Saint Paul UMC 

Box 6073,800 York St. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27802 
977-2785 



Bx 6073,1217 Beth'm 
Rocky Mt., NC 27802 
443-3468 



Cleary, Patricia T. [Pat] (Wayne R.) 
(SA) Cedar Grove UMC 

* Rt. 3. Box 570 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-3006 

Cleary, Wayne R. [Wayne] (Patricia T.) 
(SA) Chatham-Mt. Zion UMC 

* Route 3, Box 570 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-3006 

Clements, William E. [Bill] (Dorothy) 
(EC) Perquimans UMC 

* P. 0. Box 98 
Winfall, NC 27985 

426-5288 

Clift, David S. [Dave] (Tammy) 
(GR) Westminster UMC 

Box 1007,1213 Stockton Rd 

Kinston, NC 28501 
522-1248 



Rt. 1, Co. Rd. 
Pittsboro, NC 
542-3006 



Rt. 3, Box 570 
Pittsboro, NC 
542-3006 



Cline, John M. [John] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2713 Wycliff Road 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-2030 



(Alice) 



P Box 98 
Winfall, NC 
462-5288 



P Box 1007 
Kinston, NC 
522-3334 



1540 
27312 



27312 



27985 



28501 



Clive, Mary Alene [M. A.] 
(WI) Bladen UMC 
* P. 0. Box 96 
White Oak, NC 28399 
866-5632 



P Box 96 
White Oak, NC 
866-5632 



28399 



Cobb, Jr., Arnold Gene [Gene] 
(RM) Rocky Mount Parish UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 390 

Elm City, NC 27822 
446-1445 

Coile, James H. [Jim] (Sara) 
(BU) Carrboro UMC 

102 Dove Street 

Carrboro, NC 27510 
968-6981 

Collier, Jr., M. Bailey [Tony] 
(GO) Bethel -Rones UMC 

* Route 1, Box 48 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-4839 



911 Falls Rd. 
Rocky Mt., NC 
446-5^87 



27801 



200 Hillsborough Rd. 
Carrboro, NC 27510 
942-1223 



(Bette) 



1, Box 48 
Olive, NC 
658-4721 



28365 



Collins, Kenneth J. [Kenneth] 

Special Appointment - Prof., Methodist College 
Box Ml, Methodist College * P Box 12165 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevil, NC 28311 

488-7110 



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Collins, Thomas A. [Tom] (Anne) 
(RA) Raleigh District UMC 

1200 Manchester Drive ' 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-2755 

Collins, Sr., Eugene Addison [Gene] 
(WI) North Topsail UMC 
* 171 State Rd. 1563 
Hampstead, NC 28443 
270-3443 



Study 



P Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 

(Anne L.) 

Rt. 1, POBox 243P 
Holly Ridg. NC 28445 
328-07^2 



Commander, Richard T. [Rick] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 284 Nature Trail 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
929-6132 



(Lee) 



Compton, Stephen Charles [Steve] 
(RA) Saint Francis UMC 
* 1428 Elgin Ct. 
Cary, NC 27511 
467-9881 



(Lala) 



2971 Kildaire Farm 
Cary, NC 27511 
362-1666 



Conner, Carol Denise [Denise] 
(BU) Diaconal Minister 

P Box 728 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
968-8577 



Box 728, Franklin St. 
Chapel Hi I, NC 27514 
929-71^1 



Connor, William 0. [Bill] 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 127 Westbrook Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
799-0460 



(Frankie B.) 



Cook, Charles M. [Chuck] 
(WI) Saint Paul UMC 
* P. 0. Box 622 

Tabor City, NC 28463 
653 -3661 



(Glenda) 



410 E. Fifth St. 
Tabor City, NC 
653-3717 



28463 



Cook, Irving E. [Irving] (Evelyn) 
(GR) First UMC 
* 114 E. Church Street 
Williamston. NC 27892 
792-280^ 



114 E. Church St. 
Williamstn, NC 27892 
792-3360 



Cope, Roger D. [Roger] (Joy) 

(NB) Asbury UMC 
550 Asbury Road 
Cove City, NC 28523 
638-1144 



550 Asbury Road 

Cove City, NC 28523 

638-1144 



Cottingham, Chaplain John G. [John] (Anita) 
(SA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Army 
* 8909 Lake Braddock Dr. 

Burke. VA 22015 

703/323-5143 202/475-0706 



Cottingham III, William T. 
(GO) Fremont UMC 
* P. 0. Box 147 

Fremont, NC 27830 
242-4062 



[Bill] (Jana) 



P Box 147 
Fremont, NC 27830 
242-4797 



Covington, J. Earl (Mary) 

(RO) Associate - Lumberton-Asbury Parish UMC 
410 Entwistle Street * 503 Locust Street 

Hamlet, NC 28345 Lumberton, NC 28358 

738-8^71 



Covington, Jr., J. Quinton [Quinton] 
(NB) Midway- Bethlehem UMC 
* P. 0. Box 48 

Stella, NC 28582 
393-2698 



(Karen) 

P Box 48 
Stella, NC 28582 
393-2698 



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Cox, Richard Lewis [Rich] 

Special Appointment - Dean for Residential Life,, Duke Univ. 
2523 Sevier Street * Duke University 

Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27706 

493-2305 68^-6313 



Crabtree, Wade W. [Wade] 
(NB) Williston-Stacy UMC 
* P. 0. Drawer B 
Williston, NC 28589 
729-3661 



(Debra) 



P Drawer B 
Williston, NC 28589 
729-6831 



Craig, Robert B. [Robert] 
(EC) Albemarle UMC 
* PO Box 86 

Roper. NC 27970 
793-3291 



(Glenda A.) 



P Box 86 
Roper, NC 
793-3291 



27970 



Crane, Larry D. [Larry] 
(SA) Center UMC 
* 2321 S. Plank Road 
Sanford, NC 27330 
775-5748 



(Katie) 



2321 S. Plank Rd. 
Sanford. NC 27330 
775-5746 



Crawley, Hyder F. [Hyder] (Madeline P.) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 1, Box 282 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
535-1678 



Creech, C. McGee [McGee] 
(GO) Garris Chapel UMC 
* Route 2, Box 208 
La Grange, NC 28551 
778-2272 



(Leatrice) 



Rt. 2, Box 208 
La Grange, NC 28551 
731-3203 



Creech, James E. [Jimmy] (Merle) 
(RA) Fairmont UMC 

117 Brooks Ave. 

Raleigh, NC 27607 
832-2403 



2501 Clark Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
832-3316 



Crew, Jr., John Rogers [John] (Blanche) 
(SA) Retired Minister 
* 311 Lakewood Circle 

Greer, SC 29651 

803/877-1472 



Cribb, George F. [George] 
(NB) Broad Creek UMC 

* Route 1, Box 525 
Newport, NC 28570 

726-5916 

Cribb, Jerry W. [Jerry] (Michele M.) 
(RM) Spring-Garysburg UMC 

* 128 Woodland Road 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 

537-0616 



Route 1 Box 525 
Newport, NC 28570 
726-5916 



128 Woodland Rd. 
Roanoke Ra, NC 27870 
537-0616 



Crossno, Ramsey Leon [Leon] 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 504 N. Gum St. 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
293-7742 



(Katherine) 



Crotwell, Helen G. [Helen] 
(FA) Fayetteville District UMC 



1911 Raeford Road 

Fayetteville, NC 

485-2734 



28305 



485-2734 



Crow, William A [Bill] (Loise) 
(SA) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 1624 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 
692-2182 



Hotne 

Crowder, William R. [Bill] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 1616 Harriet Dr. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
226-82^ 



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Crowe, John Marshall [John] (Donna) 
(EC) Union-Newbegun UMC 

* Rt. 1. Box 310 Rt. 1. Box 310 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Eliz'bth C, NC 
330-2743 330-2743 



27909 



Crum, John H. [Jack] (Kay) 
(BU) Salem UMC 
* 4924 Salem Church Rd. 
Haw River, NC 27258 
376-6545 



Crutchfield, Gilbert W. 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 131 Village Green Trl 
Garner. NC 27529 
772-8844 



4924 Salem Church Rd 
Haw River. NC 27258 
376-6§45 



[Gilbert] (Jessie) 



Cumbest, Christopher [Christopher] 
(DU) Hermon UMC 

220 Orville Street 

Henderson, NC 27536 
492-5755 

Cunnings- Jimmy F. [Jim] 
(RO) Galilee UMC 
* P.O. Box 1866 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-9719 



(Sheila Denise) 

* 220 Orville St. 
Henderson, NC 
364-1045 



27536 



900 McGirts BridgeRd 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-0811 



Cummings, S. Dufrene [Dufrene] (Peggy) 
(RO) Branch Street UMC 

* P. 0. Box 348 Case St. 

Pembroke. NC 28372 Lumberton, NC 

521-0748 738-6638 



28359 



Cummings, Simeon F. [Simeon] (Maude) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 725 

Pembroke. NC 28372 
521-8164 



Cummings, William Edward [Bill] 
(RO) Rhyne Memorial UMC 
* Box 693,624 W.4th Ave. 
Red Springs. NC 28377 
843-27 



(Edna) 



521-8906 



624 W. 4th Ave. 
Red Sprgs, NC 
843-3791 



28377 



Currin, Douglas [Douglas] 
(FA) Parker's Grove UMC 
* Box 218 
Broadway, NC 27505 
258-^886 



Box 218 
Broadway, NC 
258-6886 



27505 



Cushman, Robert E. [Robert] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* Route 1, Box 213A 

Newcastle. ME 4553 

207-563-8^25 



(Barbara) 



919-684-4041 



Cuthrell, Billy Boyd [Billy] (Jean) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Admin., Westgate Nursing Home.Tarboro 

* Westgate Nur.Ho..Box 7035 
Tarboro, NC 27686 

746-3973 823-2041 

Cyr, Ronald Dale [Ron] (Susan) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Clinical Chaplain, Caswell Ctr.,Kinston 

* 902 Cameron Drive 
Kinston, NC 28501 

523-8709 559-5100 



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Danek, Thomas A. [Tom] (Frankie) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Admin. Juveni le Div. Admin. Off .of Courts 

* Rt. 6, Box 32 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 

542-3^ 733-2459 



Daniel, David E. [David] 
(RA) Special Appointment 
* Rt. 1, Box 70 

Moravian Falls, NC 28654 
667-4265 



(Ivor) 
Pres i dent, Wi Ikes Community College 



667-7136 



Daniel, M. Francis [Francis] 
(WI) Hampstead UMC 
* P Box 43 

Hampstead, NC 28443 
270-3^64 



(Gail) 



P Box 998 
Hampstead, NC 
270-4648 



Daniels, LTC, Franklin D. [Frank] (Marjorie) 
(FA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U. S. Army 
* HQ USFK EUSA CHJ 

APO.San Fran., CA 96301 

02-^916-4485 02-7915-8176 



28443 



Davenport, Laura S. [Laura] 
(RM) Diaconal Minister 

P Box 1423 

Wilson, NC 27893 
24^-3653 

Davidson, Barney L. [Barney] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 519 S. Harrison Avenue 
Cary, NC 27511 
481-1022 



P Box 1423 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-6121 



(Donna) 



Davis, Donnie G. [Donnie] 
(GO) Magnolia UMC 
* P Box 307 
Magnolia. NC 28453 
289-^736 



(Barbara) 



P Box 307 
Magnolia, NC 
289-2736 



28453 



Davis, Eldrick R. [Eldrick] (Rematha L.) 
(RO) Philadelphia-Cool Springs UMC 

* 2404 Old Aberdeen Road 2404 Old Aberdeen Rd 

Rockingham. NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-6437 997-6437 



Davis, Gerry G. [Gerry] 
(RO) Fellowship UMC 
* 1200 McDonald Ave. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-2685 



(Dianne) 



1200 McDonald Ave. 
Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-0900 



Davis, H. Charles [Charles] 
(EC) Murfreesboro UMC 
* 304 S. Fourth St. 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
398-4551 



(Anne) 



Box392,301 E.High St 
Murfreesbo, NC 27855 
398-4556 



Davis, Harvey L. [Harvey] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* MRH, 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-2567 



Davis, Herman Fred [Fred] (Polly) 
(WI) Trinity UMC 

* P. 0. Box 336 P Box 336 

Elizabethtown, NC 28337 Eliz'town, NC 
862-3654 862-3706 



28337 



Davis, Jefferson W. [Jeff] (Jean) 
(EC) Ocracoke UMC 
* P. 0. Box 280 

Ocracoke, NC 27960 
928-^211 



Home 

Davis, Michael A. [Mike] (Karen) 
(RA) Franklinton UMC 

302 N. Hillsboro St. 

Franklinton, NC 27525 
494-2530 



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302 N. Hillsboro St. 
Franklintn, NC 27525 
494-7440 



Davis, Woody L. [Woody] (Linda) 

(RM) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 
* 612 Orchard Ave. 
Lexington, KY 40502 





Dawkins. Donald Martin [Don] 
(RO) Tabernacle UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 358 

Rockingham. NC 28379 
895-33§9 



(Pat) 



Rt. 3, Box 358 

Rockingham, NC 

895-6331 



28379 



DeHart, Jr., Murry L. [Murry] (Rose Marie) 
(RA) Associate - Saint Mark's UMC 

5820 Shawood Dr. * 4801 Six Forks Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 Raleigh, NC 27609 

848-9744 787-0544 



Denny, Clyde A. [Clyde] 
(BU) Lebanon-Carr UMC 
Rt.5, Box 600 
Mebane, NC 27302 
56i-6063 



(Leigh) 



Rt. 5, Box 81 
Mebane, NC 27302 
563-6063 



Desrosiers, Norman A. [Norman] (Betty) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Medical Dir.,Greenvi I le Mental Hea.Ctr. 

* Rt.10,100 Burning Bush Rd 

Greenville, SC 29607 

803/288-1019 803/235-0184 



Dickens, Jan J. [Jan] (Joan) 

(EC) Special Appointment - Chaplain U.S. Air Force 

* 2009 Green Juniper Ln 

Brandon, FL 33511 

813/684-4478 813/830-3621 

Dietrich, Ronald E. [Ron] 
(FA) Associate - Haymount UMC 

1700 Ft. Bragg Road 

Fayetteville, NC 28303 



1700 Fort Bragg Blvd 
Fayettevl, NC 28303 
484-0181 



Dillman, Lewis A. [Lewis] 
(EC) Retired Minister 
* 506 Apache Trail 
Edenton, NC 27932 
221-8444 



(Dorothy) 



Dillon, Frederick F. [Fred] (D. Anita) 
(GO) Disability Leave 
* Rt. 2, Box 1^1 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
778-6^72 



Dixon, Jr., Samuel W. [Sam] (Susan) 
(NB) Swansboro UMC 

Box 847, Russell St. * 

Swansboro. NC 28584 
326-4373 



Box 847, St. Rd. 24 
Swansboro, NC 28584 
326-4^22 



Dodson, Jerry S. [Jerry] (Wanda) 
(BU) Grace UMC 
* 1899 Wilkins Street 
Burlington,, NC 27215 
227-31§i 



1899 Wilkins St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-0785 



Dodson, Lewis H. [Lewis] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Route 3, Box 135 
Walnut Cove, NC 27052 
591-4978 



(Carrie Ruth) 



Home 

Dodson, Jr., Samuel G. 
(RM) Seaboard UMC 
* Box 277 

Seaboard. NC 27876 
589-^461 



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[Sam] (Georgia R.) 



P Box 277 
Seaboard, NC 
589-9461 



27876 



Doucette, Leonard F. [Leonard] (Coleen) 
(GO) Rose Hill UMC 
* 301 E. Ridge St. 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
289-3^32 



Box 177,306 E. Church 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
289-2449 



Draper, Jr., Howard Dennis [Dennis] 
(RM) Hawkins-Tabor UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 320 
Littleon, NC 27850 

586-3993 

Dulaney, Earl G. [Earl] (Judy) 
(GR) Bethel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 207 
Bethel. NC 27812 

82$-4311 



(Cathy) 

Rt. 2, Box 320 
Littleton, NC 27850 
586-3993 



P. 0. Box 207 
Bethel. NC 27812 
825-8041 



Dunn, Clyde H. [Clyde] (Betty) 
Special Appointment - Assoc. Dir. 

2527 St. Mary's St. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-5788 



Conf. COM 
* P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 



Dutton, Jr., John H. [John] (Patty) 
(SA) Leave of Absence 

* 2708 Cameron Dr. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-0055 499-4811 

Eakin, Charles F. [Charles] (Frances) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 6, Box 65 AA 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 

658-9914 658-6862 



Early, Laura G. [Laura] 
(EC) Au lander UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 484 
Au lander, NC 27805 
345-1841 



(William S.) 



Rt. 1, Box 484 
Aulander, NC 27805 
345-6021 



Earnhardt, Daniel T. [Dan] (Patricia) 
(GR) Grimesland UMC 
* 1917 Sherwood Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
355-24^0 

Earnhardt, Edwin L. [Ed] (Dolores) 
(DU) Rehoboth-Harris Chapel UMC 



1917 Sherwood Dr. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
758-20i0 



Rt. 8, Box 279 
Henderson, NC 
492-0279 



27536 



Rt. 8, Box 279 
Henderson. NC 
438-6^45 



27536 



Eason, W. Everette [Everette] 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* 408 Rhynewood Dr. 
Sanford, NC 27330 
775-3417 



(Helen) 



Ebert, B. Wayne [Wayne] (Teri) 
(RA) Bethlehem- Shady Grove UMC 
* Route 3, Box 89 
Warrenton, NC 27589 
257-4^17 



Rt. 3, Box 89 
Warrenton, NC 
257-4417 



Edens, Jr., Allen C. 

(FA) Spring Lake UMC 

* 1715 Bixley Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 

822-3730 



[Allen] (Frances M.) 



28303 



27589 



Home 

Edens, Sr, Nelson P. [Nelson] 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* Route 3, Box 193 A 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-2432 



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(Annie) 



Edge, G. Lloyd [Lloyd] 
(BU) Mebane UMC 
* 205 S, Fourth Street 
Mebane, NC 27302 
563-1661 



(Eleanor) 



205 S. Fourth St. 
Mebane, NC 27302 
56^-4301 



Edwards, J. Paul [Paul] 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* 507 Cash we 1 1 Place 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
736-1206 



(Gerry) 



Edwards, Patricia [Tricia] 
(FA) Marvin UMC 

Rt. 7, Box 267 

Fayetteville, NC 28306 
484-8706 



(Ranee) 



Rt. 7, Box 267 
Fayettevle, NC 
484-8706 



28306 



Eldredge, Robert Kenneth [Bob] 
(BU) West Orange UMC 
* 1811 Broadway Dr. 
Graham, NC 27253 
227-7527 



(Dodie) 



Rt. 1, Box 201B 
Chapel Hi I. NC 
968-4102 



27516 



Eller, Carl M. [Carl] 
(GR) Aurora UMC 
* Route 1, Box 16 A 
Aurora. NC 27806 
322-5400 



(Helen) 



Rt. 1, Box 16A 
Aurora. NC 27806 
32^5886 



Ellington, Budd [Budd] (Blondell) 
(SA) Pekin UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 4 

Jackson Spring, NC 27281 
673-8142 



Rt. 1, Box 87A 
Candor. NC 27229 
439-5065 



Elliott, Edward C. [Ed] (Gay) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Therapist, Johnston Co. Mental Hea.Ctr. 
* 5029 Knaresborough Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 

782-6832 828-8240 



Elliott, Michael H. [Mike] 
(WI) Sunset Park UMC 
2124 Adams Street 
Wilmington. NC 28401 
762-8158 



(Alice Anne) 



406 Central Blvd. 
Uilmimgton, NC 28401 
762-8866 



Elliott, Roger V. [Roger] 

(NB) Centenary UMC 
P. 0, Box 1388 
New Bern, NC 28560 
638-4395 



(Jackie) 



Post Office Box 1388 
New Bern, NC 28560 
637-4181 



Ellis, Wallace M. [Wally] 
(DU) Asbury UMC 
* 2011 W. Club Blvd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-1975 



(Luella) 



806 Clarendon St. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-0711 



Epperson, J. Sidney [Sidney] 
(NB) Dover-Clarks UMC 
* P Box 188 
Dover, NC 28526 
523-9938 



(Frances) 



P Box 1£ 
Dover, NC 
523-9^38 



28526 



Sr., Ralph I. [Ralph] (Pinear Mae (Pat)) 



(EC) Edenton UMC 
* 102 Terry Ave. 
Edenton, NC 27932 
482-2289 



P Box 37 
Edenton, NC 
482-3269 



27932 



104 



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Estes, Gayla Greene [Gayla] 
(DU) Banks-Grove Hill UMC 
* Route 1, Box 208 

Franklinton, NC 27525 
528-2423 



Study 



(J. Harvey) 



Rt. 1, Box 208 
Franklinto, NC 
528-2423 



27525 



Estes, J. Harvey [Harvey] 
(DU) Leave of Absence 
* Rt. 1, Box 208 

Franklinton. NC 27525 
528-242i 



(Gayla G.) 



Eure, Jr., Aydlett J. [A. J.] (Barbara) 
(FA) Hoke UMC 

* 308 S. Bethel Road 
Raeford, NC 28376 

875-4318 

Evans, Paul W. [Paul] (Pauline B.) 
(RM) Disability Leave 

* 833 S. Tillery St. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27803 

442-9544 

Evans, Tonrty L. [Tommy] (Mary Beth) 
(BU) Burlington Circuit UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 209 
Burlington, NC 27215 

584-8M6 



308 S. Bethel Rd. 
Raeford, NC 28376 
875-4318 



Rt. 4, Box 209 
Burlington, NC 
584-8M6 



Evans, Willie J. [Bill] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* Route 1, Box 1 

Cades, SC 29518 

803-369-3256 



(Mary Fran) 



27215 



Everett, Glenn B. [Glenn] (Pat) 
(BU) Faith UMC 

1803 Harriet Dr. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
227-08^6 

Faggart. T. M. [Tom] (Billie) 
(SA) Saint Luke UMC 

521 N. Currie Drive 

Sanford, NC 27330 
775-3288 

Fair, Leonard Owen [Leo] 
(EC) Creswell UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 272A 
Creswell, NC 27928 

797-4355 

Fair ley, Leonard E. [Leonard] 
(RO) Saint Peter UMC 

* P Box 961 
Hamlet, NC 28345 

582-6133 



1732 W. Davis St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-2W1 



P. 0. Box 1268 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-2012 



Rt. 1, Box 272A 
Creswell, NC 27928 
797-4355 



(Priscilla R.) 



Fair ley, Robert A. [Robert] (Annie) 
(RO) Maxton Circuit UMC 

* P. 0. Box 643 
Maxton, NC 28364 

844-5487 

Falgout, Roy F. [Roy] (Karen) 
(RA) Vance Circuit UMC 

* Route 6, Box 138S 
Henderson, NC 27536 

438-3138 



P. 0. Box 961 
Hamlet, NC 28345 
582-0944 



P Box 643 
Maxton, NC 28364 
844-3834 



Rt. 6, Box 138S 
Henderson, NC 27536 
438-3138 



Farmer, John A. [John] (Penny) 
(NB) Special Appointment - Director, Camp Don Lee 
* Rt.65,Bx 80A,Camp Don Lee 
Arapahoe, NC 28510 

249-0697 249-1106 



Home 

Farmer, Penny Dollar [Penny] 
(NB) Associate - Pamlico Coop. 

Rt. 65, Box 80-A 

Arapahoe, NC 28510 
249-0697 

Farmer, William H. [Billy] (Eula) 
(GO) Disability Leave 
* Route 1, Box 501 
Mt. Olive. NC 28365 
658-3526 



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(John) 
Parish UMC 

* P Box 98 
Stonewall, NC 
745-3866 



28583 



Feltman, Walter C. [Walter] 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* 1009 Albemarle Ct. 
New Bern. NC 28562 
638-2126 



(Mary) 



Felton, Gayle Carlton [Gayle] 

(DU) Special Appointment - Asst.Prof.of Religion, Meredith College 
* 1421 Valley Run 
Durham, NC 27707 

493-4252 829-8559 



Ferguson, Horace T. [Horace] 
(RA) Holly Springs UMC 
* 1305 Brucemont Drive 
Garner. NC 27529 
772-8455 



(Brenda) 



P.O.Box 68 
Holly Sprg, 
772-8455 



NC 27540 



Fiegler, Josef E. [Joe] (Vada) 
(FA) Cokesbury UMC 
* P Box 397 

Holly Springs, NC 27540 
552-4376 



P Box 118 
Kipling, NC 
552-4376 



27543 



Fischler, David S. [David] 
(GO) Faison Circuit UMC 
* P Box 417 

Faison, NC 28341 
267-2861 



(Maryanne) 



P Box 417 
Faison, NC 28341 
267-2061 



Fisher, Albert Fleet [Al] (Becky) 

Special Appointment - Dir., Rural Church Dev.,Duke Endowment 
2813 Montgomery St. * P Box 51307 

Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27717 

493-2324 48^-3359 



Fisher, Jesse T. (Mabel) 
(RA) Retired Local Pastor 
* 9 Clegg Street 

Franklinton, NC 27525 
494-222§ 



Fitzgerald, Jr, F. Owen [Owen] 
(BU) Burlington District UMC 
* 3118 Truitt Dr. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
584-7959 



(Mary Owens) 



584-7959 



Fleming, Jr., Ralph Lang [Ralph] (Ruth) 
(GO) Daniels Memorial UMC 

* 2803 E. Ash Street 2803 E. Ash St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 Goldsboro. NC 

778-0967 778-2^50 



27530 



Flynn, Robert C. [Robert] (Jeannine) 

(FA) Salem UMC 

* 2171 Middle Road 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
483-2520 



2171 Middle Rd. 
Fayettevl, NC 28301 
483-8959 



Fogleman, Leland Jan [Jan] (Shelley) 
(DU) Special Appointment - CPE, Duke Medical School 
* 1332 Logan Street 
Durham, NC 27704 
68^4777 



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Fogleman, Shelley Abbey [Shelley] (Jan) 
(DU) Associate - Trinity UMC 

1332 Logan St. * 215 N. Church St. 

Durham, NC 27704 "^"'"^fS* ^^oa ^^^°^ 

68^4777 683-1386 

Forbes, Joseph W. [Joe] (Pat) 

(SA) Star UMC ^ ^ „ __ 

* P Box 375 P Box 375 
Star! NC 27356 Star NC 27356 

^28-4521 428-4543 

Forbes, Jr., Daniel M. [Dan] (Nell) 

i'^Vt 'Vo^'lVsl Rt.10,Box 85, US 70 

KinstoA, NC 28501 ^i5^$?5i ^^ 2^^°^ 

522-1686 522-1686 

Forringer-May, Julie Bethel [Julie] (David) ,. ^ - 
(DU) Special Appointment - Pastoral Cou., Family Counseling Service 

* 2310 Prince Street 
Durham, NC 27707 

49^-9109 286-3757 

Fortescue, Frank Wahab [Frank] (Willie) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 407 College Avenue 
Washington, NC 27889 

975-2337 

Fowler, Leon D. [Leon] (Neva R.T.) 
(EC) Kinnakeet UMC 

* P Box 129 P Box 129 ^^^^ 
Avon. NC 27915 ^°"*,S5 27915 

^95-5383 995-5383 

Fraley, Fletcher W. [Fletcher] (Jean-Deceased26) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 1566 
Lillington. NC 27546 

893-9009 

France, Everett J. [Everett] (Susan) 
(RA) Associate - First UMC 

841 Valerie Dr. * 117 S. Academy St. 

Raleigh, NC 27606 Cary.NC 27511 

851-8909 467-1861 

Francis, David H. [David] (Belinda) 
(RO) Rowland UMC 

* P.O. Box 66 P Box 66 
Rowland, NC 28383 Rowland, NC 28383 

422-3247 422-3414 

Franklin, K. Mike [Mike] (Deborah) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Navy 

* 827 Christy Ct., NAS 
Pensacola, FL 32508 

Frazier, Kenneth E. [Kenneth] 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* No forward address 
0, 

Frazier, Jr., R. Carl [Carl] (Mary-Ellen) 

(RM) Battleboro-Clark St. UMC 
P Box 153 * P Box 153 

Battleboro, NC 27809 Battleboro, NC 27809 

977-33^1 442-9260 

Free, Virgil Loren [Virgil] (Yueh) 

(EC) North Gates UMC 

P Box 38 * P. 0. Box 38 

Gates, NC 27937 Gates, NC 27937 

3^7-1620 357-1620 



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Freeman, Briaitte Ann [Brigitte] 
(NB) Diaconal Minister 



PO Box 1253 
Atlantic Beach, NC 
247-0583 



28512 



P Box 1617 
Morehead C, NC 
726-7162 



28557 



Fulcher, J, Rodney [Rod] (Nancy) 
(RO) Leave of Absence 
* 433 Chester Woods Cir. 
High Point, NC 27260 
887-1671 



Fulford, W. Nelson [Nelson] 
(GR) Wesley UMC 
* P Box 313 

Farmville, NC 27828 
753-2705 



(Mary) 



Rt. 2 
Farmville, 



27828 



Funkhouser, Jr, Chaplain M. L. [Chip] (Mary Hope) 
(EC) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Army 

* 4440B Gumwood 

Great Falls, MT 59405 

406-452-9701 406-731-3721 

Gales, Alvester I. [Al] (Ann) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Army 

* 56 Normandy Dr. 

Fort Bragg, NC 28307 

436-2455 396-6624 



Galyon, William E. [Bill] (Dedra J.) 
(NB) Harker's Island UMC 

* P Box 307 P Box 307 

Harkers Island, NC 28531 Harkers Is, NC 
728-4368 728-70l5 



28531 



Gardner, Matt R. [Matt] 

(DU) Retired Minister 

* MRH, 2616 Erwin Road 

Durham, NC 27705 

383-2567 



(Bertha Lee) 



Garlington, Jasper E [J. E.] (Virginia) 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* 101 Conifer Court 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-7561 



Garner, Clarence [Clarence] 
(RA) Saint James UMC 

4109 Jane La. 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-7781 



(Elgie) 



3808 New Hope Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-5796 



Garner, Kimberly A. [Kimberly] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 
* 1405 Hathaway Road 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
839-1138 



Garrison, John W. [Bill] (Nancy) 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* Caixa Postal 07-0915 

Brasilia D.F. 

Brazil, 70359 

Garrison, Robert H. [Bob] (Martha) 
(RA) Retired Diaconal Minister 

4616 Woodridge Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-2374 



Gaskins, Jr., Walter W. 
(NB) Cherry Point UMC 
* P Box 387 

Have lock, NC 28532 
447-3945 



[Walter] (Libby) 



Box 387, High Sch.Rd 
Have lock, NC 28532 
447-^039 



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Gattis, Irene F. [Irene] (Bill) 
(BU) Retired Diaconal Minister 

2467 Foxwood Drive 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
942-4051 

Gattis, William H. [Bill] (Irene) 
(BU) University UMC 

2467 Foxwood Dr. * Box 728, Franklin St. 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Chapel Hil.NC 27514 

942-4051 929-71^1 

Gentle, Brian G. [Brian] (Arden) 
(DU) Epworth UMC 

4012 Swarthmore Road * 3002 Hope Valley Rd. 

Durham, NC 27707 Durham. NC 27707 

48^-2174 48^-6557 

Gerber, John E. [John] (Anette D.) 
(SA) West End UMC 

* 1106 N. Chatham Ave. 1104 N. Chatham Ave. 
Siler City. NC 27344 Siler City, NC 27344 

742- 2H7 742-29^9 

Gibson, Alan C. [Alan] (Pamela) 
(RM) Conway UMC 

* P. 0. Box 326 P Box 326 
Conway, NC 27820 Conway, NC 27820 

58^1984 585-1§»84 

Gilbert, Milton H. [Milton] (Lucretia) 
(RA) Louisburg UMC 

* Box 667, 406 N. Main St. P Box 667 
Louisburg, NC 27549 Louisburg, NC 27549 

496-3479 496-3736 

Gillikin, Haywood W. [Haywood] (Jenny C.) 
(GO) Whit ley-Elizabeth UMC 

* 809 Wilson's Mills Road 809 Wilsons Mills Rd 
Smithfield. NC 27577 Smithfield, NC 27577 

934-88^4 934-8834 

Glass, Jr., Joseph Conrad [Conrad] (Gaynelle) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Professor, North Carolina State Univ. 

* 3208 Huntleigh Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

876-4758 737-3590 

Gleaves, Edith Lee [Edith] 

(RA) Associate - North Raleigh UMC 

1137 Villa Green Ct. * 8501 Honeycutt Rd. 

Raleigh, NC 27612 Raleigh, NC 27615 

846-2025 847-1536 

Glover, Murrell K. [Murrell] (Erma) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 4 Lystra Estates, Rt. 9 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

929-8406 942-5936 

Glover, R. Keith [Keith] (Fran) 
(RA) Associate - White Plains UMC 

* 5317 Cypress La. Bx158,313 SE Maynard 
Raleigh, NC 27609 Cary, NC 27511 

876-5894 467-9394 

Godwin, Sherwood A. [Sherwood] (Margaret (Peg)) 
(GR) Pink Hill UMC 

* P Box 25 PC Box 25 

Pink Hill, NC 28572 Pink Hill, NC 28572 

568-3^71 568-4211 

Goehring, Carol W. [Carol] (David) 
(WI) Wnghtsville UMC 

* 208 Cypress Avenue P. 0. Box 748 
Wrightsvl. Bch, NC 28480 Wrightvl B, NC 28480 

256-3447 256-4471 



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Goehring, David J. [David] (Carol U.) 

(UI) Wesleyan Chapel UMC 

* 208 Cypress Ave. Route 1, Box 508 

Wrightsvle Bch, NC 28480 Wilmington, NC 28405 
256-3447 686-4041 



Goldfinch, Jr., Albert Eugene [Gene] (Teresita) 
(RO) Laurel Hill UMC 

* P Box 217 P Box 217 

Laurel Hill, NC 28351 Laurel Nil, NC 

462-2221 462-2114 



28351 



Goldston, C. Wade [Wade] (Ruth) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 4042 

Rocky Mount, NC 27803 
^77-2440 



Goldston, Linda [Linda] 
(NB) Cedar Is land- Sea Level UMC 
* P. 0. Box 590 P Box 590 

Cedar Island, NC 28520 Cedar Isla, 

225-1141 225-1141 



28520 



Gooch, Ray Thomas [Ray] 
(SA) Pittsboro Circuit UMC 
* P. 0. Box 795 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 
542-3633 



P Box 795 
Pittsboro, NC 
542-3633 



27312 



Goodwin, Dennis M. [Dennis] 
(RM) Spring Hope UMC 

P Box 770 

Spring Hope, NC 27882 
478-358S 



(Peggy) 



Post Office Box 770 
SpringHope, NC 27882 



■ingHope, h 
478-3140 



Goodwin, Durward T. [Durward] 
(EC) Retired Minister 
* Route 1, Box 152 
Columbia, NC 27925 
796-7781 



(Gertrude) 



Granger, Paul D. [Paul] (Myrna) 
(FA) Leave of Absence 
* 5600 Tee Ct. 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 
433-2663 



Grant, Jr., Henry B. [Henry] 
(FA) Trinity UMC 

Rt. 19, Box 433-A 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 
424-7640 



(Georgia) 



Route 21, Box 433-A 
Fayettevl, NC 28304 
864-0632 



Graves, Walter L. [Walter] 
(BU) Rock Creek UMC 
* Route 2, Box 178 
Snow Camp. NC 27349 
376-3515 



(Peggy C.) 



Rt. 2, Box 178 
Snow Camp, NC 
376-3515 



27349 



Green, Harold W. [William] 

Special Appointment - Campus Pastor, Methodist College 
5452 Ramsey St., #1 * P Box 12165 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevil, NC 

822-4368 488-7110 



28311 



Green, Lawrence Amon [Lawrence] (Naomi W.) 
(EC) Retired Minister 
* Eppington Forest 

Blackstone, VA 23824 

804/292-1433 804/292-7285 



Greene, John Thomas [John] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 43 

Pomona Park, Fl 32081 

904/649-94U 



(Nellie) 



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Greenwood, Susan Pate [Susan] (Doug) 
(RA) Holland's UMC 

* 9433 Ten-Ten Rd.326 9500 Ten-Ten Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 Raleigh, NC 27603 

772-5294 772-5294 

Gregory, W. Bryan [Bryan] (Eva Mae) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 243 C 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 

537-7768 

Grill, C. Franklin [Frank] (Helge) 
(RO) Saint Pauls UMC 

* 407 N. Wilkinson Dr. 407 N. Wilkinson Dr. 
St. Pauls. NC 28384 St. Pauls, NC 28384 

865-4226 865-4301 

Grimes, Joseph J. [Joe] (Alene) 
(EC) Pasquotank UMC 

* Rt. 2. Box 288 Rt. 2. Box 288 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Eliz'bth C, NC 27909 

264-2156 264-2156 

Grissom, David R. [David] (Sue) 

Special Appointment - Chapl a in,Meth. Retirement Homes, Inc. 
Ill E. Market St. * 2616 Erwin Road 

Graham, NC 27253 Durham, NC 27705 

226-9483 383-2567 

Grogan, Lynn Tucker [Lynn] (R. Jay, Jr.) 
(GR) Special Appointment - Lovers Lane UMC 

* 3993 Clover La. 
Dallas, TX 75220 
214-358-4432 

Guillemette, Joel Burton [Joel] (Wendy J.) 
(SA) Silk Hope UMC 

* Rt. 3, Box 359 Rt. 3, Box 359 

Siler City. NC 27344 Siler City, NC 27344 

742-5222 742-2005 

Gum, Donald F. [Don] (Brenda) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Dir., Pastor. Care, Wesley Long Hospital 

* Rt. 2, Box 581A 
Graham, NC 27253 

578-4584 854-6364 

Gunter, Edward M. [Ed] (Beverly) 
(BU) Saint Paul UMC 

* 609 Trail 2 609 Trail 2 
Burlington, NC 27215 Burlington, NC 27215 

226-0818 228-166l 

Gurley, R. G. [R. G.] (Eloise) 
(GO) Retired Local Pastor 

* P. 0. Box 367 
Selma, NC 27576 

965-3226 

Guthrie, Walter Sherman [Sherman] (Cora L.) 
(NB) Straits-North River UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 566 Rt. 2, Box 566 
Beaufort, NC 28516 Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-6966 728-6966 

Hackett, Charles Martin [Charles] (June) 
(GO) Kenly-Buckhorn UMC 

* P Box 155 P Box 155 
Kenly, NC 27542 Kenly, NC 27542 



ly, NL £.(■:>'*£. iteniy, 

264-2192 264 



2139 



Haddock, Jr., William A. [Bill] (Jean) 

(GR) Maury- Mount Herman UMC 

* P Box 56 PC Box 56 

Maury, NC 28554 Maury, NC 28554 

747-5019 747-5619 



Home 



111 



Hadley, Jr., Jacob Milton [Milton] 
(RM) Gold Valley UMC 
* 100 Fairfield Ct. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 
443-9261 



Study 
(Maxine) 



443-8124 



Hale, Michael L. [Mike] (Jane) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Family Life Spec, Met h. Home for Children 

* 110 Lattimore Street 
Hope Mills. NC 28348 

425-37^0 483-2420 

Hall, Stephen B. [Steve] (Teresa) 

(SA) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U.S. Navy 

* Box 2505, USS Sierra. AD- 18 
FPO Miami, FL 34084 



(Cheryl N.) 



Hall, Steven M. [Steve] 
(EC) Sharon UMC 
* P Box 12 

Aydlett, NC 27912 
453-3616 



Hall, Jr., William Kenneth [Kenneth] 
(RA) Macon UMC 

* P Box 10 
Macon, NC 27551 

257-4744 

Hall, Sr., W. Kenneth [Ken] (Pat) 
(NB) Northwoods UMC 

113 McRae Court * 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
347-1338 

Ham, Gerald Q. [Quinley] 
(GO) Saint John UMC 

* 301 Swift Avenue 
Apt. #23 
Durham, NC 27705 

Hamilton, James W. [Jim] (Betty) 
(SA) Zion UMC 

* P. 0. Box 889 
Biscoe, NC 27209 

428-2225 

Hamilton, Riley T. [Riley] 
(NB) Associate - Core Creek UMC 

* 74 Webb Court 

Morehead City, NC 28557 
726-8876 

Harnn, Rodney G. [Rodney] (Phyllis) 
(SA) Southern Pines UMC 

* 175 Midland Rd. 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 

692-3461 



P Box 12 
Aydlett, NC 
453-3616 

(Kari) 

P Box 10 
Macon, NC 
257-4744 



27912 



27551 



P. 0. Box 7058 
Jacksonvl, NC 28540 
346-9726 



Sanford, NC 27330 



Rt. 2, Box 105 
Newport, NC 28570 
728-5481 



175 Midland Road 
So. Pines, NC 28387 
692-3§18 



Hammond, Robert Michael 
(GR) Bath UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 170 

Belhaven, NC 27810 
964-4143 



[Robert] (Denise S.) 



Hardison, Jr., Riley Vance [Vance] 
(GR) Retired Local Pastor 

* 310 E. 13th St. 
Washington, NC 27889 

946-7004 

Hardt, Otto H. C. [Otto] (Betty) 
(SA) Morris Chapel - Trinity UMC 

* Route 14, Box 572 
Sanford, NC 27330 

499-4949 



Rt. 2, Box 170 
Belhaven, NC 27810 
923-2841 

(Phyllis) 



Rt. 14, Box 572 
Sanford, NC 27330 
499-4949 



112 



Home 



Hargrove, Robert H. [Bob] (Alethea) 
(WI) Shallotte Circuit UMC 
* P Box 178 

Shallotte, NC 28459 
754-6439 



Study 



P Box 178 
Shallotte, NC 
754-6439 



28459 



Harper, Ruth E. [Ruth] (G. 
(FA) Saint Matthews UMC 
* 893 Stoneykirk Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 
867-7403 



Lea) 



202-206 Hope Mill Rd 
Fayettevl, NC 28304 
425-0401 



Harrell, Haywood L. [Haywood] (Dorothy) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Route 3, Box 770 
Snow Hill, NC 28580 

747-2090 

Harrington, William David [David] 
(GR) Washington Circuit UMC 

* 318 E. 12th. St. 318 S. 12th St 
Washington, NC 27889 Washington, NC 

946-4382 946-4382 



27889 



Harris, Derrick K. [Derrick] 
(DU) Granville-Vance UMC 
* Rt. 5, Box 21-A 
Oxford. NC 27565 
693-5779 



(Ruth) 



Rt. 5, Box 21-A 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-8366 



Harris, Don Lee [Don Lee] (Emma) 
(NB) Trinity UMC 
* 301 Woodland Dr. 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
347-1547 



811 Simmons St. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
455-4814 



Harris, H. LeRoy [LeRoy] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* P Box 816 

Carolina Beach, NC 28428 
458-5007 



Harris, Jr., James H. [Jim] 
(RO) Fairmont Trinity UMC 
* 309 lona St. 

Fairmont, NC 28340 
628-7365 



(Brenda) 



307 Trinity St. 
Fairmont, NC 28340 
628-7427 



Harris, Jr., Robert G. [Robert] (Donna) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Chief , Chap I .Serv. ,\/A Med. Ctr. , Lexington 

* 3293 Tisdale Dr. 

Lexington. KY 40503 

606/224-4216 606/233-4511 



Harrison, Russell S. [Russell] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 2629 W. Cornwall is Road 
Durham. NC 27705 
491-2265 



(Julia) 



Harsh-Cafferty, Susan L. [Susan] (Dennis J.) 

(SA) Piney Grove-Hickory Grove UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 302 Rt. 4, Box 302 

Siler City, NC 27344 Siler City, NC 27344 

742-3557 663-2^^2 



Harvin, David L. [David] (Sue) 
(BU) Cedar Grove UMC 

* P. 0. Box 56 P Box 56 

Cedar Grove, NC 27231 Cedar Grov, NC 

732-8405 732-8405 



27231 



Harwood,Jr. , John E. 
(FA) Angier UMC 
* P Box 595 

Angier. NC 27501 
63^-2973 



[John] (Gail) 



Box 595, 500 S.Wilma 
Angier, NC 27501 
639-2176 



Home 

Hathaway, Offie L. [Offie] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 
38^-8639 



113 



(Burl) 



Study 



Hause, Charles J. [Charles] (Rita) 
(WI) Associate - Wesley Memorial UMC 

1519-4 Village Dr. * 

Wilmington, NC 28401 
799-5050 



1401 S. College Rd. 
Wilmington. NC 28403 



791-40^2 



Hedden, Forrest D. [Forrest] 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 5846 Michelle Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
791-76^3 



(Jean M.) 



Helms, Suzanna Ross [Suzanna] 
(RA) Jenkins Memorial UMC 

3405 Huntleigh Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-0096 



(Hank) 



725 N. Boy I an Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
833-4306 



Helms, Jr., Julian B. [J.B.] (Carolyn) 
(GO) Pine Forest UMC 

* 5462 Highway 581 Rt. 5, Box 389 

Goldsboro. NC 27530 Goldsboro, NC 

736-1910 735-5161 



27530 



Hendricks, M. Elton 
Special Appointment 

234 Kinlaw Rd. 

Fayetteville, NC 
488-0793 



[Elton] (Jerry) 
- President, Methodist College 
* P Box 12165 
28311 Fayettevil, NC 

488-7110 



28311 



Herring, Charles M. [Charlie] (Wanda) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, US Army 

* Office of the Chaplain 
P.O. Box 2246 

Fort Riley, KS 66442 

Hewett, William Oscar [Bill] (Faye) 

(RO) Associate - Green Lake -Ledbetter UMC 

* 118 Scales Street Rt. 2, Box 196 
Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 

895-98^2 997-49^9 



28379 



Hickle, Steven A. [Steve] 
(BU) Haw River UMC 
* P. 0. Box 457 

Haw River, NC 27258 
578- 1U9 



(Peggy) 



P. 0. Box 457 
Haw River, NC 
578-0611 



27258 



Hicks, Jr., James W. [Jim] 
(GR) Stantonsburg UMC 
* Box 6 

Stantonsburg, NC 27883 
238-3402 



(Ruby) 



Box 6 

Stantonsbu, NC 
238-3838 



27883 



Higgins, Lawrence C. [Larry] 
(EC) New Hope-Woodland UMC 
* Route 3, Box 338 
Hertford. NC 27944 
264-2430 

Hill, D. Christopher [Chris] 
(GO) Seven Springs UMC 

P. 0. Box 64 

Seven Springs, NC 28578 
569-2871 



(Rhonda) 



Rt. 3, Box 338 
Hertford, NC 27944 
264-^430 



P Box 64 
Seven Spr., NC 
569-2871 



28578 



Hill, Leon E. [Leon] (Peggy) 

(GO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U.S. Air Force 
* 307 Robin Lake Drive 
Dudley, NC 28333 

734-8703 736-5211 



Home 



[Ralph] 
UMC 



114 



Hill, Ralph M 
(FA) Goshen-Keener 
* Route 2, Box 150-A 

Newton Grove, NC 28366 
59A-0992 



(Faye) 



Study 



Rt. 2, Box 150-A 
Newton Gro. NC 28366 
594-0W2 



Hill, Robert El wood [Robert] 
(GR) Stokes UMC 
* P Box 182 

Stokes, NC 27884 
752-2425 



P Box 182 
Stokes. NC 
752-2425 



27884 



Hill, II. Edward F. [Ned] (Rochelle) 
(NB) Garber UMC 

4201 Country Club Rd. * 

New Bern, NC 28562 
637-5961 



4201 Country Club Dr 
New Bern, NC 28562 
637-4022 



Hill, Jr., A. P. [A. P.] (LaRue) 
(GR) Greenville District UMC 
* 101 Martinsborough Road 
Greenville, NC 27858 
756-3918 



756-3918 



Hill, Jr., Noah B. [N.B.] (Charlotte) 
(FA) Wesley Heights UMC 
* 463 Albemarle Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-4179 



483-3670 



Hill, Jr., Richard C. [Richard] 
(DU) Andrews Chapel UMC 

Route 4, Box 389- A 

Durham, NC 27703 
596-4525 



(Michele) 



Route 4, Box 389-A 
Durham, NC 27703 
596-4525 



Hillman, Randy A. [Randy] (Wanda) 

(EC) Special Appointment - Assoc. Dir., Chap. Serv. , Forsyth Mem.Hosp. 

* Forsyth Mem. Hosp. 

3333 Silas Cr. Pkwy. 

Winston- Sal em, NC 27103 

922-4297 760-5105 

Hines, David M. [David] (Rebecca) 
(WI) Diaconal Minister 

1401 S. College Rd. 

Wilmington, NC 28403 
392-2213 



1401 S. College Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
791-4092 



Hinnant, H. Mai lie [Mai lie] (Susan) 

(RA) Vance: Flat Rock UMC 
Route 3, Box 743 * Rt. 3, Box 743 

Henderson, NC 27536 Henderson, NC 

438-3360 492-0926 

Hinshaw, Jr., Floyd C. [Floyd] (Kathy) 
(BU) Leave of Absence 
* 908 Sycamore Road 
Graham, NC 27253 
228-6238 



27536 



Hinson, Walter Michael [Michael] 
(NB) Maysville UMC 

* P. 0. Box 598 
Maysville, NC 28555 

743-5011 

Hinzman, Parker L. [Parker] 
(GO) Micro- Fellowship UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 114 
Kenly, NC 27542 

284-4530 



(Brenda M.) 

P Box 598 
Maysville, NC 
743-3691 



28555 



Rt. 1, Box 114 
Kenly, NC 27542 
284-4330 



Hirschi, Carlton F. 
(SA) Bynum UMC 
* P. 0. Box 6 

Bynun, NC 27228 
542-4715 



[Carlton] (Martha) 



P Box 6 
Bynum, NC 
542-4^15 



27228 



115 
Home Study 

Hix, Jr., Clarence Eugene [Gene] (Betty) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 3, Box 42 
Fayette, MO 65248 
816/248-2697 

Hobbs, James L. [Jim] (Mary) 
(BU) Amity UMC 

* 825 Estes Drive 825 Estes Drive 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Chapel Hi I, NC 27514 

942-7188 967-7546 

Hobbs, John W. [John] (Betty Jo) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 103 E. Bay Street 
Sneads Ferry, NC 28460 

327-2116 

Hobbs, Michael B. [Mike] (Gaye) 
(DU) McMannen UMC 

4322 Berini Drive * 4102 Neal Rd. 

Durham, NC 27705 Durham. NC 27705 

383-4425 383-1263 

Hodge, Rudolph H. [Rudy] 

(NB) Pol locksvi lie-Lee's Chapel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 236 P Box 236 

Pol locksvi lie, NC 28573 Pol locksvi, NC 28573 
224-6801 224-2311 

Hodgin, Hubert Howard [Hugo] (Sue) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 110 Westover Drive 
Lexington, NC 27292 

704/249-3109 704/249-8186 

Holliday, William Ervin [Bill] (Elizabeth M.) 
(RM) Scotland Neck UMC 

* 1509 Clarksville Dr. 1509 ClarksviUe Dr. 
Scotland Neck, NC 27874 Scotland N, NC 27874 

826-3621 826-3318 

Hoi I is, Thomas M. [Tom] 
(GR) Be I haven: Trinity UMC 

* 333 East Main St. 333 E. Main St. 
Belhaven, NC 27810 Belhaven, NC 27810 

943-2684 943-2684 

Hollowell Clifton R. [Clif] (Jo-Anne) 
(FA) Disability Leave 

* P. 0. Box 64583 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 

424-5298 

Holtsclaw, Thomas G. [Tom] (Jan) 

(RO) First UMC 
Box 637, 512 Scotland Dr. * P Box 637 
Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

997-3479 895-4027 

Hood, Jean L. [Jean] (Elizabeth) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 6, Box 310-C-5 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

689-9850 

Hoogerland, Thomas D. [Tom] (Uynell) 
(RO) Bethesda UMC 

* Route 1, Box 113 Rt. 1, Box 113 
Orrum, NC 28369 Orrum, NC 28369 

628-7858 628-7858 

Hooper, Dennis E. [Dennis] 
(FA) Clinton Circuit UMC 

* Route 4, Box 118-B Rt. 4, Box 118-B 
Clinton, NC 28328 Clinton, NC 28328 

592-7159 592-7159 



116 



Home 

Home, Alvin M. [Al] (Susan) 
(BU) Friendship UMC 

* Route 6, Box 119 
Burlington, NC 27215 

227-7753 

Home, Herbert Franklin [Herb] 
(NB) Disability Leave 

* Box 728 
Maysville, NC 28555 

346-6A09 



Study 



Rt. 6 Box 379-D 
Burlington, NC 
227-0361 



27215 



(Hazel) 



Hough, Thomas Bryant [T. B.] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 430 Curtis Drive 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
997-3116 



(Mary) 



House, Thomas H. [Brother Thomas] (Madelyn) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 640 W. Broad Street 
St. Pauls. NC 28384 
865-4368 



Howard, Jr., William M. 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Route 1, Box 590 
Pittsboro. NC 27312 
967-7784 



[Bill] (Edith) 



Hubbard, Charles S. [Charlie] 
(SA) Hickory Mountain UMC 
* P. 0. Box 58 

Pittsboro. NC 27312 
542-2060 



(Mercer) 



Huckaby, Jr., Robert L. 
(RA) Diaconal Minister 
* 6624 Lynndale Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
847-7532 



[Rob] (Susan Y.) 



6612 Creedmoor Road 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
847-2818 



Hudson, Pamela Jo [Pamela] 

(RM) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 
* 819 Louise Circle 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-1727 



Huffines, Terry L. [Terry] 
(RO) Pee Dee UMC 
* P. 0. Box 1907 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
895-4516 



(Lisa) 



P Box 1907 
Rockingham, NC 
895-2148 



28379 



Huffman, Virgil B. [Butch] 
(BU) Cobb Circuit UMC 
* Route 1, Box 565 
Pelham, NC 27311 
388-2489 



(Ann) 



Rt. 1, Box 565 
Pelham, NC 27311 
388-2489 



Huggins, Johnnie S. 
(FA) Victory UMC 
* PO Box 64132 
Fayetteville, NC 
484-3390 



[Johnnie] (Ruby) 



28306 



P Box 64132 
Fayettevl, NC 
484-7423 



28306 



Huggins III, H. Sidney [Sid] 
(GR) Jarvis Memorial UMC 

107 Williamsburg Dr. 

Greenville, NC 27858 
756-46^5 



(Kay) 



510 S.Washington St. 
Greenville, NC 27858 
752-3101 



Hull, Douglas Ray [Doug] (Kim Ellen) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 3611 Ranch Rd,Bldg30,Apt1 

Columbia, SC 29206 

803/782 -?'709 



Home 

Hunnings, Bess G. [Bess] (Hank) 
(DU) Allensvi lie-Trinity UMC 
* Route 3, Box 71 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2820 



117 



Study 



Rt. 3, Box 71 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2820 



Hunnings, Henry M. [Hank] (Bess) 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 3, Box 71 

Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2820 



Hunter, J. Manly [Jack] 
(FA) Divine Street UMC 
* 908 W. Pearsall St. 
Dunn, NC 28334 
892-2386 



(Wilma) 



Box 816,400 W. Divine 
Dunn, NC 28334 
892-2339 



Hunter, Jack L. [Jack] (Carolyn) 

(BU) Front Street UMC 

1218 Edgewood Ave. * P Box 2597 

Burlington, NC 27215 Burlington, NC 

226-0738 227-6263 



27216 



Huskins, James R. [Jim] (Linda) 
(DU) Mount Zion UMC 

* Route 2, Box 27-B Rt. 2, Box 27-B 

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 Hurdle Mil, NC 

364-2317 364-2746 



27541 



Hutcherson, Cyrus B. [Cy] 
(EC) Retired Minister 
* 411 Robin Lane 

Marietta, GA 30067 

404/977-2081 



Hutchinson, Charles H. 
(GO) Benson UMC 
* P. 0. Box 72 

Benson, NC 27504 
894-3004 



[Charles] (Iris) 



P Box 72 
Benson, NC 27504 
894-3028 



Ingram, Geraldine D. [Gerry] 
(RM) Pinetops - Hart UMC 

P Box 13 

Pinetops, NC 27864 
827-4176 



(Kelly) 



P Box 13 
Pinetops, NC 
827-4176 



27864 



Ingram, 0. Kelly [Kelly] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* P Box 13 

Pinetops, NC 27864 
827- i 176 



(Gerry) 



684-2777 



Innes, Randall E. [Randy] (Emily B.D.) 

(RO) Associate - First UMC 
211 Everett Street * P Box 637 

Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 

997-6361 895-4027 



28379 



Jackson, Jerry A. [Jerry] (Annette) 

(EC) Pilmoor Memorial UMC 
P. 0. Box 65 * P Box 65 

Currituck, NC 27929 Currituck, NC 

232-3391 232-2^6 

Jackson, Lester P. [Lester] (Henrietta) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* 308 Golfer's Lane 
Nashville, NC 27856 
459-2^55 



27929 



Jackson, Wilbur I. [Wilbur] 

(WI) Whiteville UMC 
410 Edgewood Circle 
Whiteville. NC 28472 
642-3775 



(Carolyn) 



902 Pinckney St. 
Whiteville, NC 
642-3376 



28472 



Home 



118 



Study 



Jacobs, Harold Dean [Harold] (Edna) 
(RO) Diaconal Minister 

Rt. 3, Box 196 * 

Maxton, NC 28364 
521-8669 

Jansen, John Jay [John] (Patricia) 
(FA) Cumberland UMC 
* P. 0. Box 218 

Cumberland, NC 28331 
425-5356 



Rt. 3, Box 196 
Maxton, NC 28364 
521-2111 



P Box 218 
Cumberland, NC 
425-5356 



28331 



Jarrett, Eddie Jo V. [Eddie Jo] 
(DU) Longhurst UMC 
* 156 Providence Road 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
557-4306 



156 Providence Rd. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-6812 



Jarvis, Dwight C. [Dwight] (Ann) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Mgr., Youth Serv.Command,Div.of Prisons 
* 7905 Wynnewood Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

790-0834 733-4372 



Jeffries, Sr., William M. [Bill] (Jo Anne) 
(RA) Long view UMC 

137 N. Lord Ashley Road 

Raleigh, NC 27610 
828-4772 



* 2312 Milburnie Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
834-7554 



Jenkins, David Omar [01 i] 

Special Appointment - Wesley Chaplain, Duke University 
415 Englewood Ave. * Duke University 

Durham. NC 27701 Durham, NC 27706 

688-9451 684-5955 



Jenkins, Edith Dudley [Edith] 
(GR) Associate - First UMC 

P Box 715 

Washington, NC 27889 



(Carroll) 



Box 715,304 W.2nd St 
Washington. NC 27889 
946-3524 



Jenkins, Theodore R. [Ted] (Ormah) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 628 Breckenridge Rd. 
Kannapolis, NC 28081 

Jenks, Gregory Keith [Greg] (Peggy) 
(BU) Saxapahaw UMC 

* P. Box 268 
Saxapahaw, NC 27340 

376-3630 



P Box 268 
Saxapahaw, NC 
376-3630 



27340 



Jernigan, Julius 0. [Jo] 
(FA) Special Appointment - 
* VA Med. Center 

2300 Ramsey St. 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
488-2629 



(Ruth) 
Chaplain, VA Hospital 



488-2120 



Jessee, D. Douglas [Doug] 
(RA) North Raleigh UMC 

305 Woodcock Ct. 

Raleigh, NC 27615 
847-4520 



(Beverly) 



8501 Honeycutt Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
847-1536 



Johnson, Clarence Reginald [Reg] (Diane) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Prof .,Spir.Formation;Dir. ,D.Min. Studies, 

* 525 Talbott Drive 

Wilmore, KY 40390 

606/858-3081 606/858-3581 



Johnson, Doris Jean [Doris] 
(EC) Harrellsville UMC 
* PO Box 365 

Harrellsville, NC 27942 
356-2279 



P Box 365 
Harrellsvl, NC 
356-2279 



27942 



Home 



119 



Johnson, George W. [George] (Nadine) 
(RM) First UMC 

1206 Branch Street * 

Wilson, NC 27893 
243-2046 



Study 



P Box 1423 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-6121 



Johnson, Glenda N. [Glenda] (William) 
(RA) Associate - Highland UMC 

4000 Brothwell Court 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-1869 



1901 Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-4251 



Johnson, Harvey B. [Harvey] (Willie) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Exec. Dir. /Chaplain, Kirkwood by the River 

* Kirkwood by the River 

3605 Rati iff Road 

Birmingham, AL 35210 

205/956-2184 



Johnson. Lawrence E. [Larry] 
(FA) John Wesley UMC 
* 3212 McChoen Drive 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
544-7513 



(Bernice) 



616 Cumberland St. 
Fayettevl, NC 28301 
822-2984 



Johnson, Marilyn H. [Marilyn] 
(NB) Retired Diaconal Minister 

1408 Kimberly Road 

New Bern. NC 28560 
638-^372 



Johnson, Richard C. [Richard] 
(NB) Beulaville UMC 

Box 897 

Beulaville, NC 28518 
298-5567 



Box 897,300 Lee Ave. 
Beulaville, NC 28512 
298-5567 



Johnson III, Paul Jones [Skip] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* Apt. 1719 

1520 Farnell Ct. 

Decatur, GA 30033 

404/329-9656 404-653-4745 



Jones, Donnie L. [Donnie] (Brenda) 
(WI) St. John-Smith Chapel UMC 
* 226 Fairfield Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
762-8251 



226 Fairfield Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
SAME 



Jones, George A. 

(NB) First UMC 
P. 0. Box 324 
Havelock, NC 
447-3763 



[George] (Bonnie) 



28532 



P Box 324 
Havelock, NC 
447-3541 



28532 



Jones, L. Gregory [Greg] 
(BU) Special Appointment 
* 1000 W. 38th Street 
Baltimore. MD 21211 



(Penny) 
Dept.of Theology, 



Loyola College 



Jones, Linwood S. [Lindy] (Phyllis) 
(GR) Holly Springs UMC 
* Route 1, Box 42 
Williamston. NC 27892 
792-3617 



301/212-1010 



Rt.l.Box 42, US 64 
Williamsto, NC 27892 
792-61 65 



Jones, Norwood L. [Norwood] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 321 Barbour St. 
Clayton, NC 27520 
553-2492 



(Helen) 



Jones, Scott Francis [Scott] (Melinda Ann) 
(RA) Warren UMC 

* Route 2, Box 430 Rt. 2, Box 430 

Henderson, NC 27536 Henderson, NC 

492-0771 492-0771 



27536 



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Jones, Susan P. [Penny] (L. Gregory) 

i^yLlP®*^^"?! Appointment - Appointed in Another Conference 
* 1000 W. 38th Street 
Baltimore, MD 21211 

301/243-1129 



Jones, Vassar W. [Vassar] 

(RA) Westover UMC 
1212 DeBoy Street 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-4545 



Jones, Jr., Barney Lee [Barney] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 690 

Acworth, NH 3601 

603/835-6562 



(Ruby H.) 



301 Carolina Ave 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-4431 



(Marjorie) 



Jordan, Bobby L. [Bobby] 
(EC) Chowan UMC 
* P. 0. Box 187 
Tyner. NC 27980 
221-8781 



(Linda P.) 



Post Office Box 187 
Tyner. NC 27980 
221-8781 



Jordan, Harry [Harry] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* 2200 Chelsea Dr. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-8113 



(Fran) 



Joyce, Johnie L. [Johnie L.] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 504 Ashley Court 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
929-471$ 



(Lou) 



Joyner Jr., F. Be I ton [Be I ton] 
Special Appointment - Exec. Dir. 

3117 Cartwright Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
782-9507 

Juren, Jerry Jay [Jerry] (Ann) 
(SA) Mount Gilead UMC 

P Box 702 

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 
439-64^5 

Kasper, J. Mark [Mark] 

(WI) Ocean View UMC 
415 Mercer Street 
Yaupon Beach, NC 28461 
278-5229 

Kelly, Linda M. [Linda] 

(NB) Associate - Centenary UMC 

1619 Jamestown Court 

New Bern, NC 28562 
633-1244 

Kennedy, Jr., Mark Hodges [Mark] 
(RA) Bunn-Hill King Charge UMC 

* P. 0. Box 142 
Bunn, NC 27508 

496-2437 

Kim, Jinho [Jinho] 
(FA) Korean UMC 

* 1768 Inverness Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 

425-1985 



(Toni) 
Conf. COM 
* P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27605 
832-9560 



P Box 176 

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 
439-64^ 



Box 520 

Long Beach, NC 28465 
278- 59h 



Post Office Box 1388 
New Bern, NC 28560 
637-il81 



(Kathie) 



P Box 142 
Bunn. NC 27508 
496-^437 



Camp Ground Ch.Rd. 
Fayetevill, NC 28304 



King, James W. [James] (Rufina) 
(DU) Granville Circuit UMC 
* 107 Pine Tree Drive 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-6007 



107 Pine Tree Dr. 
Oxford. NC 27565 
693-6007 



121 



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King, William R. [W.R.] (Mollie) 
(WI) Disability Leave 
* P. 0. Box 204 

Sneads Ferry, NC 28460 
327-2565 



Study 



King, Jr., A. Kimsey [Kimsey] 
(DU) Disability Leave 
* 5315 Yardley Terrace 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6497 



(Jean) 



Kinley, Grady L. [Grady] 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* 108 Rose Drive 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
778-3079 



(Mildred) 



Kirby, Stephen [Stephen] 
(BU) Leasburg UMC 
* P Box 98 

Leasburg, NC 27291 
599-1267 



(Judy) 



P Box 98 
Leasburg, NC 
599-1267 



27291 



Kirby, Wallace H. [Wallace] 
(DU) Durham District UMC 
* 1002 W. Knox St. 
Durham, NC 27701 
682-6439 



682-6439 



Knight, R. Norman [Norman] 
(RA) Disability Leave 
* 4708A Matt Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
878-9600 



(Ruby) 



Knott, T. Garland [Garland] (Kathleen) 
Special Appointment - Professor, Methodist College 
5133 Waterbury PI. * P Box 12165 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevil, NC 28311 

488-3032 488-7110 

Knowles, Russell R. [Russell] (Jaxie) 

(WI) Carver's Creek-Trinity UMC 
Route 1 Box 223 * Route 1, Box 223 

Council, NC 28434 Council, NC 28434 

645-4168 645-4166 



Kossan, Joseph E [Joseph] (Else) 
(RA) Gillburg UMC 
* Route I, Box 162-C 
Henderson, NC 27536 
492-3671 



Rt. 1, Box 162C 
Henderson, NC 27536 
492-8155 



Kraatz, Christian L. [Chris] (Eileen G.) 
(SA) First UMC 

* P. 0. Box 716 119 West St. 

Pittsboro, NC 27312 Pittsboro, NC 

542-4525 542-2330 



27312 



Lackey, Duke Caldwell [Duke] (Bettina B.) 

(SA) Biscoe-Bascom's Chapel UMC 

* P. 0. Box 88 P Box 88 

Biscoe, NC 27209 Biscoe, NC 27209 

428-4862 428-4862 



Laine, Amos Lloyd [Amos] 
(FA) Leslie UMC 
* 306 W. Divine Street 
Dunn, NC 28334 
892-2533 



(Emma Lee) 



Rt. 2, US 301 
Dunn, NC 28334 
892-2533 



Lamb, W. Douglas [Doug] (Margaret) 
(EC) Manns Harbor UMC 

* P.O. Box 95 P Box 95 

Manns Harbour, NC 27953 Manns Harb, NC 
473-3881 473-3881 



27953 



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Lamneck, Forrest D. [Jack] (Katherene) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 22437 TR 1203 

W. LaFayette, OH 43845 

Lancaster, Alton S. [Alton] (Ruby) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 2, Box 180-E 
Clarkton, NC 28433 

647-4451 

Lancaster, Charles Hulbert [Charles] (Emily) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 543 
Creedmoor, NC 27522 

528-1445 575-7342 

Lancaster, Ecwood C. [Eckie] (Shirley) 
(WI) Pine Valley UMC 

* 326 Pemberton Drive 3788 Shipyard Blvd. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington, NC 27403 

791-38^1 791-0353 

Lancaster. Maurice [Maurice] (Helen) 
(GO) Eureka-Yelverton UMC 

* PO Box 3240 P Box 3240 
Eureka, NC 27830 Eureka, NC 27830 

24^-4218 242-4218 

Lancaster, Jr.. James R. [James] (Louise) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 5206 Arbor Road 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-0133 

Lane, Barry Lee [Barry] (Peggy) 
(DU) Fletcher's Chapel UMC 

* 2034 Fletcher^s chapel Rd 2034 Fletchers Chap. 
Durham, NC 27703 Durham, NC 27703 

688-4850 688-3186 

Lane, Jr., J. Rodney [Rodney] (Patricia) 
(NB) Riverdale UMC 

* 111 Carolina Pines Blvd. 111 Carolina Pines B 
New Bern, NC 28560 New Bern, NC 28560 

444-1936 633-3714 

Langley, Delores Ann [Delores] 

(BU) Special Appointment - The Harrow Circuit, British Meth.Conf. 

* 19 Mount Pleasant 
RuislipHA4 9HG, UK 

Leatherman, Harold F. [Harold] (Wilma) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1, Box 96 
Vale, NC 28168 
704-462-2223 

Ledford, John T. [John] (Geneva) 
(EC) Retired Local Pastor 

* Rt.1,Bx B4,Harbortown Apt 
Manteo, NC 27954 

473-2431 

Lee, Don Paul [Don] (Barbara) 
(RO) Glenwood UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 163A 1111 S. Long Dr. 
Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-95^6 997-3332 

Lee, Henry W. [Henry] (Catherine) 
(RA) Mount Zion UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 1330 State Rd. 50 
Garner, NC 27529 Garner. NC 27529 

772-0720 772-8415 



Home 

Lee, James C. [Jim] (Sharon) 
(RA) Millbrook UMC 

1012 Cedarhurst Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-3910 



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1712 Millbrook Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-0865 



Lee, Percy 0. [Percy] 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* 203 Bethel Road 
Raeford, NC 28376 
875-2618 



(Helen) 



Leeland, Paul L. [Paul] (Janet) 
(RA) Saint Andrews UMC 
* 201 Winterlochen Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-3825 



Venessa & Maxwell Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
772-4410 



le] (Mildred) 



Leonard, Orville E. [Orvi I 
(SA) Retired Minister 
* 3312 Emerson Drive 

Augusta, GA 30906 

404/790-0328 



Levin, Dennis P. [Dennis] (Peggy) 
(RM) Bailey UMC 
* P. 0. Box 218 
Bailey, NC 27807 
235-4309 



P Box 218 
Bailey. NC 27807 
235-4576 



Levis, Susan P. [Susan] 
(FA) Leave of Absence 
* 1114 Mainland Ct. 

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 

803/881-8772 



Lewis, Henry B. [Henry] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 1501 Ashburton Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-3129 



803/884-9761 



(Sara) 



Lewis, Jerry D. [Jerry] (Debby) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Air Force 

* 1658 Arkansas Ave. 
Homestead AFB, FL 33039 

305/258-5480 305/257-7895 

Lewis, Vance A. [Vance] (Pearl) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* Box 143 

Marshal Iberg, NC 28553 
729-8231 



Lewis, Wallace B. [Wallace] 
(GO) Jerusalem-Bethel UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 215F 
LaGrange, NC 28551 
778-3502 



(Loretta) 



Rt. 2, Box 215F 
LaGrange, NC 28551 
778-3502 



Lewis, Jr., Leon [Dick] (Ruth) 
(GO) Westwood-Ebenezer UMC 
* Route 3, Box 20 

Pikeville. NC 27863 
242-6342 



Rt. 3, Box 20 
Pikeville, NC 27863 
242-6342 



Lewis, Sr., Richard F. 
(EC) Bethany UMC 
* Box 239 

Wanchese, NC 27981 
473-5438 



[Dick] (Jo Ann) 



P Box 239 
Wanchese, NC 
473-5254 



27981 



Lindblade, Susan Clayton [Susan] 
(RO) Associate - First UMC 

1009 Scaleybark Rd. 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
895-4587 



(Eric) 



300 Charlotte St. 
Hamlet. NC 28345 
58^-0078 



Home 

Lindblade, Jr., Eric N. [Eric] 
(RO) East Rockingham UMC 
* 1009 Scaleybark Rd. 
Rockingham. NC 28379 
895-4587 



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(Susan) 



100 Beaunit Ave. 
Rockingham, NC 
997-5790 



28379 



Lineberger, Sr. J. Worth [Worth] 
<RA) Retired Minister 
* 612 Daniels St. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
834-7439 



(Allene) 



Lister, Joe D. [Joe] (Judy) 
(RM) Smith UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 273D 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-1343 

Little, Brooks Bivens [Brooks] 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 118 Liberty Dr. 
Waynesville, NC 28786 
704-456-6550 



Rt.2,Box 273D,StRd48 
Roanoke Ra, NC 27870 
537-1343 



(Reviline) 



Little, Milton E. [Milton] 
(FA) Tabor UMC 
* Rt. I Box 90 

Godwin, NC 28344 
567-2928 



Rt. 1, Box 90 
Godwin. NC 28344 
892-5417 



Little, Stephen N. [Steve] 
(EC) South Camden UMC 
Rt. 1, Box 12 
Camden, NC 27921 
335-7500 



(Marie J.) 



Rt. 1, Box 12 
Camden, NC 27921 
335-7565 



Litzenberger, Charles M. [Charlie] (Annette) 

(EC) Riverside UMC 

P Box 1385 * P Box 1385 

Elizabeth City, NC 27906 Eliz. City, NC 

338-6262 335-45^9 



27906 



Lloyd, Jr., Frank I. [Frank] (Dottie) 
(FA) First UMC 

* P. 0. Box 189 P Box 189 

Raeford, NC 28376 Raeford, NC 

875-3746 875-2111 



28376 



Locklear, Bill James [Bill] (Delia) 
(RO) Rowland Parish UMC 

Route 1, Box 362 * 

Rowland, NC 28383 
521-9360 

Locklear, Bruce [Bruce] (Bonnie) 
(RO) South Carolina Parish UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 165-A * 

Maxton, NC 28364 
844-5106 



Route 1, Box 362 
Rowland, NC 28383 
521-0324 



Rt. 3, Box 165A 
Maxton, NC 28364 
803-586-9500 



Loeffler, Gary [Gary] 
(WI) Bolivia Bethel UMC 

P Box 35 

Bolivia, NC 28422 
253-6211 

Loft is, Thomas E. [Tom] 
(RM) Saint James UMC 

210 Brandon Ave. 

Tarboro, NC 27886 
823-2795 



(Cornelia) 



Post Office Box 35 
Bolivia, NC 28422 
253-6211 



211 E. St. James St. 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
823-0320 



Lovelace, Henry N. [Henry] (Ann) 
(RA) Apex UMC 
* 301 E. Chatham St. 
Apex. NC 27502 
362-9241 



100 S. Hughes St. 

Apex, NC 27502 

^62-7807 



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Lowdermilk, William P. [Bill] 

Special Appointment - VP, Church & Com. Relet. .Methodist College 
Methodist College * P Box 12165 

Fayettville, NC 28311 Fayettevil, NC 28311 

488-0524 488-7110 



Lowry, Jerry [Jerry] (Doreen) 
(RO) Pembroke First-West Robeson UMC 
* P. 0. Box 1707 P Box 1707 

Pembroke, NC 28372 Pembroke, NC 

521-4018 521-8197 



28372 



Lowry, Tryon D. [Tryon] (Brenda) 

(RO) Col I ins-Phi ladelphus UMC 
P Box 696 * P Box 696 

Pembroke, NC 28372 Pembroke, NC 

521-2251 521-4214 



28372 



Loy, James C. [J. C] (Agnes) 
(RA) Wesley Memorial UMC 

* P. 0. Box 614 P. 0. Box 614 

Warrenton, NC 27589 Warrenton, NC 

257-2612 257-2129 



27589 



Loy, Samuel W. [Sam] (Wanda) 
(GR) Associate - Saint James UMC 

102 Dellwood Dr. * 2000 E. 6th St. 

Greenville, NC 27858 Greenville, NC 

355-7480 752-6154 



27834 



Lugar, Lawrence E. [Lawrence] 
(DU) Saint Paul UMC 

113 W. Murray Ave. 

Durham, NC 27704 
47^2883 



(Jean) 



P. 0. Box 15040 
Durham. NC 27704 
47^-5484 



Lupton, Jaines G. [Jim] 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* P Box 188 

Simpson, NC 27879 
758-4314 



(Virginia S.) 



Lykins, Mark E. [Mark] 
(DU) Highway 98 UMC 
* 412 Belmont Avenue 
Durham, NC 27703 
596-7660 



(Patricia J.) 



412 Belmont Ave. 
Durham, NC 27703 
596-7660 



MacLean, Robert A. [Robert] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Drawer 2003 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-6484 



(Kathleen) 



Madison, Jr., John Talton [Tal] (Julie) 
(WI) Fair Bluff -Cerro Gordo UMC 
* P. 0. Box 492 P Box 492 

Fair Bluff, NC 28439 Fair Bluff, NC 

649-7349 649-7749 



28439 



Mai loy, David 0. [David] (Vevely) 
(RO) Cedar Grove-Salem UMC 
* Route 1, Box 137-X 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-94^5 



Rt. 1, Box 137-X 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-9415 



Mai loy, Jr., James Edward [James] 
(RO) Mount Olive Parish UMC 

* P. 0. Box 2723 
Lumberton, NC 28359 

738-5667 

Maness, Madison W. [Doc] (Ruth) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 420 Northview Drive 
Fayettevil I e, NC 28303 

485-5797 



P Box 2723 
Lumberton, NC 
738-7600 



28359 



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Maness, Tracy A. [Tracy] (Jackie) 

Special Appointment - Fam.Life Spec.Meth.Home for Children,Inc 
6101 Parker Croft * P Box 12605 

Raleigh, NC 27609 Raleigh, NC 27605 

847-8871 833-2834 



Mangum, Robert L. [Bob] 
(RO) Prospect UMC 

P Box 875 

Pembroke, NC 28372 
521-3476 



(Neila) 



Rt. 3, Box 196 
Maxton, NC 28364 
521-2111 



Mann, Milton T. [Milton] 
(RO) Saint Luke UMC 
* 1703 Anita Dr. 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-6918 



(Gaye) 



Rt. 1, Box 613 
Laurinburg. NC 



276- 



28352 



Mann, William Joseph [Joe] (Ann) 

Special Appointment - Dir., Continuing Ed., Duke Div. Sch. 
2319 Gaddy Street * Duke Divinity School 

Raleigh, NC 27609 Durham, NC 27706 

781-4908 684-3041 



Marsh, Jr., George M. [George] (Audrey) 
(NB) Harlowe-Oak Grove UMC 
* Route 2, Box 137 
Newport, NC 28570 
447-1814 



Marshall, Andrew Murdock [Andrew] 
(SA) Lemon Springs UMC 
* P Box 129 

Lemon Springs, NC 28355 
776-8072 



Rt. 2, Box 137 
Newport, NC 28570 
447-1814 



(Bonnie) 

P Box 129 
Lemon Spri, NC 
776-93^5 



28355 



Marshall, Judith A. McGuire [Judi] 
(BU) Associate - Mebane UMC 
* 205 S. Fourth St. 
Mebane. NC 27302 



(Jay) 



205 S. Fourth St. 
Mebane, NC 27302 
56^-4301 



Marsicano, Leslie Montford [Leslie] 

Special Appointment - Asst.Dean for Residential Life, Duke Univ 
Res. Life, 205 Flowers Bldg * Duke University 
Durham, NC 27706 Durham, NC 27706 

49^-2898 684-6313 



Martin, Dwight E. [Dwight] 
(FA) Person Street UMC 
* 509 Person St. 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
485-4284 

Martin III, Sam F. [Sam] 
(DU) Tabernacle UMC 

P Box 100 

Townsville, NC 27584 
492-7643 



511 Person St. 
Fayettevl. NC 28301 



'483-4^14 



(Amy Virginia) 



P. 0. Box 100 
Townsville. NC 
438-7838 



27584 



Mason, Glenn E. [Glenn] (Elaine) 
(NB) Oriental UMC 

* P Box 70 
Oriental, NC 28571 

249-0229 

Mason, Jr., Lemuel R. [Lem] (Delphia) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 36 College Ave. 
Buckhannon. WV 26201 
304-472-3637 

Massey, Gerald R. [Gerald] (Dorothy) 
(WI) Saint Paul UMC 

* P. 0. Box 356 
Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

458-5310 



P Box 70 
Oriental, NC 
249-0213 



28571 



Harper Ave & 3rd St. 
Car. Beach, NC 28428 
458-5310 



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Maultsby III, J. Alexander [Alex] (Nancy L.) 
(WI) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U S Navy 
* 6A3 Willow Oaks Blvd. 

Hampton, VA 23669 

804/851-0175 804/444-7120 



May, Raegan V. [Raegan] 

(BU) Associate - University UMC 

P Box 728 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
942-5244 



Box 728, Franklin St. 
Chapel Nil, NC 27514 
929-71^1 



Mayes, Rodger N. [Rodger] 
(NB) Core Creek UMC 
* Route 2, Box 105 
Newport, NC 28570 
728-5481 



Rt. 2, Box 105 
Newport, NC 28570 
728-5481 



Maynard, Philip R. [Philip] 
(BU) Chestnut Ridge UMC 
* Route 1, Box 95-A 
Efland. NC 27243 
56^-5108 



(Rebecca P.) 



Rt. 1, Box 95-A 
Efland, NC 27243 
563-5168 



Maynard, Randall Grey [Randy] 
(RM) Hornes-Lucama-Sims UMC 
* Route 1, Box 380 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-4616 



Mayo, Leonard E. [Leonard] 
(RO) Trinity-Zion UMC 

612 W. Washington St. 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
895-3297 



(Judy) 



Rt. 1, Box 680 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-4616 



P.O. Box 1592 
Rockingham, NC 
997-2944 



28379 



McAdams, Jr., David S. [Duff] (Corky) 
(SA) Associate - Saint Luke UMC 

2501 Castleton Drive 

Sanford, NC 27330 
776-6272 



P. 0. Box 1268 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-2012 



McCall, Emnit C. [Emmit] 
(EC) Currituck UMC 
* P Box 648 

Grandy, NC 27939 
453-3559 



(Blanche) 



P Box 648 
Grandy, NC 27939 
453-3559 



McCarver, Clyde G. [Clyde] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 43 Botany Woods 

Hartsville, SC 29550 

803/332-9473 



(Frances) 



McComas, Wm. Pierce [Pierce] 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* Post Office Box 2058 
Atlantic Beach, NC 28512 
728-3469 



(JoAnn) 



McCullen, Billie R. [Bill] 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* Route 1 Box 245 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
689-2^29 



(Gladys) 



McDonald, Walter N. [Walter] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 305 Sunset Ave 

Louisburg, NC 27549 
496-3757 



(Joyce) 



496-3736 



McDowell, Thomas D. [Tom] 
(BU) Yancewille UMC 

P Box 9 

Yanceyville, NC 27379 
6^4-4083 



(Barbara S.) 



P Box 9 
Yanceyvill, NC 
694-4063 



27379 



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McFarland, Dena Jo [Dena] 
(EC) Associate - First UMC 
* P Box 401 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
338-1019 



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P. 0. Box 401 
Eliz. City, NC 

335 -irh 



McKee, Robert F. [Robert] 
(RA) Disability Leave 
* 2840 Bedfordshire Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-9216 



(Phyllis) 



27909 



McKenzie, Charles E. [Charles] (Judy) 
(EC) City Road UMC 

* 509 North Road Street 509 N. Road St. 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Eliz. City, NC 
335-2515 335-26§8 



27909 



McKenzie, Jr., G. Robert [Bob] 
(RM) Rocky Mount District UMC 
* 3621 Sheffield Dr. 
Rocky Mount. NC 27803 
443-5546 



(Pat) 



443-5540 



McKita, Carleton P. [Carleton] (Margaret) 

Special Appointment - VP,Camp.Min.& Ch.Rel,NC Wesleyan College 
3508 Hawthorne Road * 3400 N. Wesleyan Blvd 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 Rocky Mt., NC 27804 

$37-436i 977-7I7I 



McLamb, Howard M. [Howard] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 1313 Falls Church Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-8709 



(Azile) 



McLaurin, Horace L. [Horace] (Wanda) 
(SA) Smyrna UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 643 
Robbins, NC 27325 

464-3542 

McLawhorn, Robert T. [Bob] (Barbara) 
(BU) Concord UMC 

Route 2, Box 301 * 

Graham, NC 27253 
376-9719 

McLean, Billy W. A. [Billy] (Gayle) 
(RO) Leave of Absence 

* Address Unknown 
0, 

McLean, David A. [David] (Sheila) 
(RA) Trinity-Piney Grove UMC 

* Rt. 3. Box 333 
Louisburg, NC 27549 

496-4099 



Rt. 2, Box 643 
Robbins, NC 27325 
464-3188 



Route 2, Box 301 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-9719 



Rt. 3 Box 333 
LouisExjrg, NC 
496-4691 



27549 



McLean, Emma Ruth [Emma Ruth] 
(RO) Associate - Maxton Circuit UMC 
* P. 0. Box 1205 p Box 643 

Laurinburg NC 28352 Maxton, NC 

276-3338 844-3834 



28364 



McLean. James H. [James] 
(NB) Shady Grove UMC 
* Route 3, Box 327 
Kinston, NC 28501 
523-4035 



(Betty P.) 



Rt. 3, Box 327 
Kinston, NC 28501 
523-8780 



McLendon, James Earl [Earl] (Marie) 
(FA) Disability Leave 
* Rt. 9, Box 498 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
483-9967 



Home 



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P Box 43 
Pikeville, NC 
242-4674 



McLeod, Walter E. [Walter] (Delores) 
(RO) Fletcher's Chap. -St. Peter UMC 

* P. 0. Box 921 P Box 921 
Raeford, NC 28376 Raeford, NC 

875-4762 875-4762 

HcMillan, III, Samuel D. [Mack] (Paige) 
(GO) Pi kevi lie-Mount Carmel UMC 

* P Box 43 
Pikeville, NC 27863 

242-4674 

McMillan, Jr., Samuel Duncan [Sam] (Fran) 
(WI) Wilmington District UMC 

* 2201 Lynnwood Dr. 
Wilmington, NC 28403 

762-0400 762-0400 

McNair, E. Maxwell [Mack] (Flossie G.) 
(RO) Retired Local Pastor 

* Route 2, Box 222 
Laurinburg, NC 28352 

276-4634 Q 



28376 



27863 



McPherson, Bruce W. [Bruce] 
(RA) Union Chapel UMC 
Route 1 Box 25 
Kittrell, NC 27544 
438-6978 



Rt. 1, Box 25 
Kittrell, NC 27544 
438-6978 



McQuade, J. Stanley [Stanley] (Frances) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Methodist Chapl . .Campbel I University 

* 502 keith HiUs Rd. k . vv- 



Lillington, NC 
893-2758 



27546 



Meacham, B. Frank [Frank] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 201 N. Wilkinson Drive 
Saint Pauls, NC 28384 
865-4555 



893-4111 



(Mildred) 



Meacham, William F. [Bill] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 97 

Ellerbe, NC 28338 
652-6107 



(Carrie) 



Meadows, Dan E. [Dan] 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* Route 2, Box 18A 
Bailey, NC 27807 
235-4835 



(Jean) 



Measamer, Elwin Harrell [E. H.] (Mary S.) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 

383-6929 

Megill, George C. [George] (June) 

(GO) Special Appointment - Missionary to Brazil 

* Rua Sao Pedro, 36 
Teresopolis, RJ 25955 
021-742-5501 



Melvin, Benjamin R. [Benny] (Grace) 
(FA) Christ UMC 

* 2115 Clinchfield Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 

484-8658 

Melvin, Thomas G. [Tom] (Becky) 
(WI) Lake Waccamaw UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 476 

Lake Waccamaw, NC 28450 
646-3538 



2115 Clinchfield Dr. 
Fayettevl, NC 28304 
484-3^40 



Lakeshore Dr. 
Lake Wacca, NC 
646-4471 



28450 



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Melvin, Jr., B. Fallon [Fallon] (Betty) 

(NB) Associate - Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 
3050 Red Fox Rd. * P Box 98 

New Bern, NC 28560 Stonewall, NC 28583 

638-6864 745-3866 

Mercer, Charles H. [Charles] (Florrie) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* PO Box 603 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 
704/456-8028 

Merchant, Michele R. [Michele] (Steve) 
(RA) Morningstar UMC 

* 3329 Donner Tr. 4940 North Blvd. 
Wake Forest. NC 27587 Raleigh, NC 27604 

556-888^ 556-8889 

Metcalf, Ellen H. [Ellen] 
(SA) Evergreen UMC 

* 102 Hidden Valley Dr. 102 Hidden Valley Dr 
Chapel Hill. NC 27516 Chapel Hi I, NC 27514 

^42-51li 942-5113 

Methvin, Rayford H. [Rayford] (Pauline) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 620 
Henderson. NC 27536 

438-5§34 

Mewborn, Charles H. [Charlie] (Pat) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 150 
Gibson, NC 28343 

26fi-4968 

Mickey, Paul A. [Paul] (Jane) 

Special Appointment - Assoc. Prof. Duke Divinity School 

2617 McDowell Road * Duke Divinity School 
Durham, NC 27705 Durham, NC 27706 

48^-6907 684-3185 

Midgett, III, Peleg D. [P.D.] (Carol (Cookie)) 
(WI) Trinity UMC 

* 201 River Drive Nash St & Atlantic 
Southport. NC 28461 Southport, NC 28461 

457-6^41 457-6633 

Miller, George D. [George] (Lorene) 
(WI) Retired Local Pastor 

* 216 Palm Lake Village 
Dunedin, FL 33528 
813/733-8414 

Miller, Joanna Claire [Joanna] 

(RM) Associate - First UMC 
305 Jackson St. * P Box 277 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 Roanoke Rp, NC 27870 
537-7996 537-2173 

Miller, Melvin R. [Melvin] (Bonnie Ruth) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* Wesley Manor, Apt. E- 20 
Jacksonville, FL 32259 
904/287-7234 

Miller, Jr., James H. [Jirmry] (Susan) 
(RA) First UMC 

107 Stourbridge Cir. * 117 S. Academy St. 

Cary, NC 2/511 Cary, NC 27511 

W-9290 467-1861 

Milton, Stuart M. [Stuart] (Teresa S.) 
(DU) Mount Tabor-Riverview UMC 

* Rt. 2, Box 341 Rt. 2, Box 341 
Rougemont. NC 27572 Rougemont, NC 27572 

477-8^39 479-1614 



Home 

Minnis, Jesse F. [Jesse] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 3, Box 358 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 
732-3675 



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Mitchell, Charles Maness [Maness] 
(RA) Leah's Chapel-Shi loh UMC 
* 622 Wimbleton Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-3311 



(Vivian) 



Mitchell, John D. [John] (Helen) 
(RA) Wesley Memorial UMC 
* 3212 Julian Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
876-0526 



714 E. Whi taker Mill 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
828-4408 



Mitchell, Jr., Will 
(GR) Asbury UMC 
* Rt. 4, Box 145 

Washington, NC 27889 
946-0104 



K. [Bill] (Carolee J.) 



Rt. 4, Box 145 
Washington, NC 
946-2224 



27889 



Moe, David L. [David] (Martha) 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 308 58th Street, E. 
Long Beach. NC 28461 
278-65^0 



Mooney, Jr., Robert C. [Bob] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 504 Alamance Rd. 

Burlington, NC 27215 
229-0224 



(Nell) 



Moore, Donna Susan [Susan] 
(BU) New Hope- Pur ley UMC 
* Route 1, Box 1A 
Blanch, NC 27212 
453-3616 



P Box 182 
Poplar Bra, NC 
453-2806 



27965 



Moore, Jack W. [Jack] (Nina) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* 3745 Rio Dr., #811 

Falls Church, VA 22041 

703/578-0345 



729-5931 



Moore, Robert F. [Bob] 

(RO) Retired Minister 

* 1400 Redden Street 

Fairmont, NC 28340 

628-7897 



(Burnell) 



Moore, Samuel S. [Sam] (Glenmore) 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* 206 Battleground Ave. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
637-6631 



Moore, Stanley C. [Stanley] 
(DU) Asbury Temple UMC 
* 922 Plum Street 
Durham, NC 27701 



(Sharon) 



Lawson & Wabash Strs 
Durham, NC 27701 
596-3562 



Moorman, Julian Pierce [Julian] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 3308 Fairhill Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
782-7237 



(Douglas) 



Morgan, Robert W. [Bob] (Seleta) 
(BU) New Sharon UMC 

* Route 4, Box 523 Rt. 4, Box 523 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 Hillsborou, NC 

732-4243 732-4243 



27278 



Home 

Morris, Alvin J. [Al] (Virginia) 
(WI) Wesley's Chapel UMC 
* Route 1 

c/o Mrs. Vera Gore 

Nakina, NC 28455 



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Morris, Clarence P. [C. P.] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 629-C W. Front St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
229-4562 



(Myra) 



Morris, Homer E. [Homer] 
(UI) Burgaw UMC 

P. 0. Box 26 

Burgaw, NC 28425 
259-2761 



(Debra) 



P. 0. Box 26 
Burgaw. NC 28425 
25^-2295 



Morrison, Charles K. 
(RM) Rosemary UMC 

625 Cedar 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 
537-2092 



[Charles] (Carolyn) 



27870 



900 Jackson St. 
Roanoke Rp, NC 
537-39h 



27870 



Morrison, J. Edward [Ed] 
(DU) Long Memorial UMC 

508 Clayton Ave. 

Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2284 



(Norma) 



Box 310, 226 N. Main 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-1193 



Morrow, Jr., Floyd R. [Floyd] (Barbara) 
(DU) Marrow's Chapel UMC 

* 236 E. Andrews Ave. Co. Rd. 1342 

Henderson. NC 27536 Bullock, NC 

492-7^82 492-7982 



27507 



Morton III, E. L. [E. L. 
(NB) Haw Branch UMC 
* 551 Island Creek Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28562 
224-3401 



Rt. 5, Box 337- A 
Kinston, NC 28501 
224-3401 



Moseley, Charles K. [Charles] 
(GO) Saulston UMC 
* Route 2, Box 349- A 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
778-5231 



(Peggy) 



Rt. 2, Box 349-A 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
778-5231 



Moser, R. E. Lee [Lee] (Kurlee) 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Route 6, Box 223 

Burlington. NC 27215 
228-0756 



Moser, Rachel Tucker [Rachel] (Rick) 

(RO) Associate - Chestnut Street UMC 

Rt. 3, Box 133 * P Box 1032 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 Lumberton, NC 

276-6858 739-3304 



28358 



Moser, Rick A. [Rick] (Rachel) 
(RO) Caledonia UMC 

* Route 3, Box 133 Rt. 3, Box 133 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 Laurinburg, NC 

276-6858 276-4741 



28352 



Mott, Joyce R. [Joyce] (Dennis) 
(NB) Bridgeton UMC 

* P Box 898 P Box 898 

Bridgeton, NC 28519 Bridgeton, NC 

353-3&84 638-8830 



28519 



Mullen, Roderic L. [Rod] 
(RA) Associate - First UMC 

921A1 Bryan PI. 

Garner. NC 27529 
779-9754 



P Box 274 
Garner. NC 27529 
77^-2042 



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Murphy, Jr., Miles [Miles] (Ruth) 

(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, VA Medical Center 

* 16 Ft. Worth Street 
Hampton, VA 23669 

804/851-6334 804/722-9961 

Murray, Eric Octavius [Eric] (Jo) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2000 Washington Street 
Durham, NC 27704 

477-2695 

Musser, Benjamin Franklin [Ben] (Hattie) 
(WI) Retired Minister 

* P. 0. Box 2722 

Surf City, NC 28445 
328-1607 

Myers, Charles D. [Charles] (Joyce) 
(DU) Leave of Absence 

* 100 E. Front Street 
Oxford, NC 27565 

693-5313 

Nagel, Donald C [Don] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Dir. , Med. Serv. , Alcoholic Rehab. Ctr. ,Blac 

* 101 Alpine Way 
Asheville, NC 28805 

704/298-7624 704/669-3424 

Naider, Konstanty [Konstanty] 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 30 Willett Street 
Albany. NY 12210 

518/465-9886 718/383-0337 

Nanney, R. Keith [Keith] (Sandra) 
(FA) Culbreth Memorial UMC 

* 730 Blackwell St. 1813 Sloan Ave. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 Fayettevl. NC 28301 

483-4431 483-8918 

Nason, Jr., Maurice E. [Marty] (Joy) 
(DU) Oak Grove UMC 

* Route 5, Box 326 Rt. 5, Box 326 
Roxboro, NC 27573 Roxboro. NC 27573 

599-2469 599-246^ 

Neese, W. Junius [Junius] (Anna Belle) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 3305 Courtney Ln. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-7764 

Nelms, Benjamin E. [Ben] (Janet) 
(BU) Milton UMC 

* Route 1, Box 20 Route 1, Box 20 
Milton, NC 27305 Milton, NC 27305 

234-8641 234-8641 

Newman, Wi lliam Winter [Bill] (Colleen) 

(BU) Prospect UMC 
P. 0. Box 277 * P. 0. Box 277 

Yanceyville, NC 27379 Yanceyvill, NC 27379 

694-5566 6^4-5566 

Nickens, Charles Graham [Graham] (Inez S.) 
(GO) Retired Minister 

* 1210 Park Ave. A 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

736-4196 

Nicks, Robert L. [Robert] (Lou) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* 110 Gordon St. 
Beaufort. NC 28516 

728-^307 



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Northcutt, David [David] (Ann) 
(WI) Riegelwood-Shiloh UMC 

* P Box 116 P Box 116 

Riegelwood, NC 28456 Riegelwood. 

655-33^8 655-3348 



NC 28456 



Norton. Mary Jane P. [Mary Jane] (David) 



(RA) Diaconal Minister 
Box 840,Brd.Discipleship 
Nashville, TN 37202 
615/297-0372 

O'Briant, Clarence Edgar [Clarence] 
(UI) Dublin UMC 
* P Box 126 
Dublin. NC 28332 
862-2421 



P Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 27605 
615/340-7170 

(Ruth) 

P.O. Box 126 
Dublin. NC 28332 
862-24^1 



O'Connor, Tacoma F. [Tacoma] (Francis) 
(DU) Diaconal Minister 

* 1432 Kirkwood Dr. 
Durham, NC 27705 

477-0990 

O'Keef, Robert D. [Bob] (Phyllis) 
(NB) Rich lands UMC 

P Box 308 

Rich lands, NC 28574 
324-3665 

Offutt, Alma W. [Alma] 

(GR) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* Box 1143,908 Rountree 
Kinston, NC 28501 



Old, Marshall R. [Marshall] (Carol) 
(BU) First UMC 

109 Albright Ave. * 

Graham, NC 27253 
227-8222 

Oldham, Kirk B. [Kirk] (Anita) 
(FA) Newton Grove UMC 

* Route 2, Box 4E 

Newton Grove, NC 28366 
594-0969 

Olive, John G. [John] (Lula Mae) 
(NB) Carrol Is Chapel UMC 

* P Box 98 

Sneads Ferry, NC 28460 
327-4011 

Oliver, Sr., James R. [James] (Judy) 
(GO) Providence UMC 

* Route 6, Box 200 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

735-4607 

Ormond, J. Kern [Kern] (Helen) 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 1106 W. Church Street 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 

338-2309 



107 N. Driver St. 
Durham. NC 27703 
596-7210 



P. 0. Box 308 
Rich lands, NC 28574 
324-5464 



303 N. Main St. 
Graham, NC 27253 
226-4343 



Route 2, Box 4E 
Newton Gr., NC 
SAME 



P Box 98 



'-'& 



327 



Rt. 6. Box 200 
Goldsboro, NC 
734-7114 



28366 



28460 



27530 



Ormond, Wilbur C. [Wilbur] (Joyce) 
(GR) Bell Arthur Circuit UMC 
* P. 0. Box 520 

Bell Arthur, NC 27811 
746-4642 



P Box 520 
Bell Arthu, NC 
746-4642 



27811 



Ormond, Jr. John Kern [John] (Evelyn) 

i^lL^R®^'?^ Appointment - Cou.& Dir.,Ctr.for Growth & Devel.,Ral. 
* 513 N. Channel Drive 
Wrigtsv. Bch., NC 28480 

256-5628 787-9190 



Home 



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Osborn, Robert T. [Bob] (Dorothy) 

Special Appointment - Prof. Dept. of Religion, Duke University 
50 Green Mill Lane * Duke University 
Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

48^-2756 684-5339 



Osteen, Jr., Edward Powell 
(DU) Resurrection UMC 
1314 Valley Run 
Durham, NC 27707 
48^-6552 



[Powell] (Mary Lynne) 



1314 Valley Run 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6552 



Oulton, Jo-Ann M. [Jo-Ann] 
(SA) Love Joy- Macedonia UMC 
* Route 2, Box 84 
Troy. NC 27371 
572-1540 



Rt. 2, Box 84 
Troy. NC 27371 
§76-4531 



Owen, Travis W. [Travis] (Margaret) 
(SA) First UMC 

522 U.Glendale St. 

Siler City, NC 27344 
742-3707 



* Box 212,121 S. Chat- 



Si ler City, NC 
742-2722 



27344 



Owen III, John Ma Hoy [Malloy] (Pat) 
(GO) Goldsboro District UMC 

617 Banks Ave. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-5324 

Owens, Charles B. [C.B.] (Beverly L.) 
(GR) Salem UMC 
* P. 0. Box 218 

Simpson, NC 27879 
752-7405 



P Box 1516 
Goldsboro. NC 
734-5324 



27530 



P. 0. Box 218 
Simpson, NC 27879 
752-1273 



Owens, Charles E. [Charles] (Peggy) 
(DU) Calvary UMC 
* 906 Leon Street 
Durham, NC 27704 
477-5173 



304 E. Trinity Ave. 
Durham, NC 27701 
6i3»-7138 



Owens, Harley McCoy [Harley] (Inez) 
(GO) Institute-Hickory Grove UMC 

* Rt. 7. Box 266 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

736-0480 

Oxendine, Jr., Milford [Milford] (Jeannie) 
(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain U.S. Navy 

* 178 Rockey Court 

San Clemente, CA 92672 

714/498-5754 619/725-2307 

Pace, James Herrington [Jim] (Carol) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Prof., Elon College 

* 108 Timberlake Dr. 

Elon College, NC 27244 

584-5520 584-2349 



Page, Jr., Jack Ward [Jack] 
(FA) Coats UMC 
* P. 0. Box 388 
Coats, NC 27521 
897-6793 



(Karen 0.) 



P Box 388 
Coats. NC 27521 
897-7545 



Parker, Joseph C. [Joseph] (Eunice) 
(NB) Associate - Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 
* 390 Beaman Rd. 

New Bern, NC 28562 

637-^513 745-3866 



Parker, Richard H. [Richard] 
(DU) Ca-Vel UMC 
* 1709 Sunset Drive 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2232 



(Linda) 



1709 Sunset Dr. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-2232 



Home 

Parnell, Evander tEvander] 
(RO) Disability Leave 
* 2317 Arnold Street 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
739-9385 



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Parrish, Carrie W. [Carrie] 
(FA) Roseboro UMC 
* P Box 8 

Roseboro, NC 28382 
525-4592 



(Alonzo) 



Box 8, Broad & N.Sts. 
Roseboro, NC 28382 
525-4470 



Parvin, J. B. [J. B.] (Velma (Boots)) 
(DU) First UMC 

371 Hillcrest Dr. * 

Henderson, NC 27536 
438-4162 

Paschal, John S. [John] (Linda) 
(RO) First UMC 

1304 Franklin Ave. 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-1939 



114 Church Street 
Henderson. NC 27536 
438-8791 



Box 1706, Ma in & Chur 
Laurinburg. NC 28352 
276- 1W3 



Pasquarello, Michael [Mike] 
(WI) Oleander-Devon Park UMC 
5711 Wisteria Lane 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
799-3214 



5711 Wisteria Lane 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
799-0621 



Pate, Robert Bruce [Bruce] 
(DU) Oxford UMC 

415 Hancock St. 

Oxford, NC 27565 
693-3237 



(Jean) 



P Box 757 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-4091 



Patten, Brooks [Brooks] (Ginny) 
(RM) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 601 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 

704/456-3064 



Patton, George Ronald [Ron] 
(DU) City Road UMC 
* 160 W. Young Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
492-6325 



(Judith W.) 



160 W. Young Ave. 
Henderson, NC 27536 
492-1823 



Paxton, Roger Davidson [Roger] 
(GR) Swan Quarter UMC 
* P. 0. Box 129 

Swan Quarter, NC 27885 
926-4791 



P Box 129 
Swan Quart, NC 
926-4791 



27885 



Payne, Argel H. [Argel] 
(NB) Saint James UMC 
* 1012 Orange St. 
Newport, NC 28570 
223-4742 



(Leta) 



P Box 250 

Newport, NC 

223-4231 



28570 



Pearce, Harvey Worth [Worth] (Betty) 
(RO) Roberdel UMC 

Rt. 2, Box 190 * 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
895-56^8 

Pearsall, John S. [John] (Mary) 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 405 Long Leaf Acres Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
799-9864 



Rt. 2, Box 190 
Rockingham, NC 
895-5698 



28379 



Peele, Jr., Luther M. 
(WI) Zion UMC 
* Route 2, Box 436 
Lei and. NC 28451 
253-5349 



[Billy] (Emma) 



Route 2, Box 436 
Leland, NC 28451 
253-5349 



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Pernell, Sr., Leon Jackson [Leon] (Florence) 
(FA) Matners UMC 

* P Drawer 545 P Drawer 545 
Mamers. NC 27552 Mamers, NC 27552 

893-5264 893-5264 

Perry, Brian Darren [Brian] 

(WI) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* P Box 119 

Elk Garden, WV 26717 
304-446-5273 

Peterson, Francis Gerald [Gerald] (Lou Anne) 

(GR) Special Appointment - Family Life Spec. ,Meth. Home for Children 

* 206 Gloria St. 
Greenville, NC 27858 

756-2069 355-5361 



Petteway, Warren B. [Warren] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2709 Wycliff Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
7§2-2951 



(Harriett) 



Phillips, Bruce D. [Bruce] 
(BU) Eno-Palmer's Grove UMC 
* Route 4, Box 1236 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 
732-4694 



Rt. 4, Box 1236 
Hillsborou, NC 
732-68h 



27278 



Phillips, James Donald [Don] 
(EC) Mount Olivet UMC 

P. 0. Box 787 

Manteo, NC 27954 
473-2088 



(Bettie) 



P Box 787 
Manteo, NC 27954 
473-3850 



Phillips, Lee A. [Lee] (Mary) 
(RO) Saint Paul -Beaver Dam UMC 
* Rt. 4, Box 34A 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
997-6019 



997-4806 



Phillips, Vicki D. [Vicki] 
(SA) Bon lee UMC 
* P Box 81 

Bonlee, NC 27213 
837-5389 



P Box 81 
Bonlee, NC 
837-5369 



27213 



Phillips III, Grady Paul [Paul] (Dee) 
Special Appointment - Assoc. Dir., Conf COM 

2809 Orchard Rd. * P Box 10955 

Raleigh, NC 27607 Raleigh, NC 27605 

7§1-9354 832-9560 



Phillips, Jr., H. Arthur [Arthur] 
(BU) Davis Street UMC 
* 528 Tarleton Avenue 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-6663 



(Peg) 



606 E. Davis St. 
Burlington, NC 
227-3764 



27215 



Pickett, Harold T. [Harold] 
(EC) South Mills UMC 
* P Box 100 

South Mills, NC 27976 
771-2401 



(Caroline) 



P Box 100 
South Mill, NC 
771-2401 



27976 



Pierce, Charlene H. [Charlene] 
(FA) Associate - Hay Street UMC 
* 948 Sunset Blvd. 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
323-5395 



Box 456, Hay & Ray St 
Fayettevl, NC 28302 
483-2343 



Pierce, Jr., Robert F. [Robert] 
(FA) Calvary UMC 
* 2005 Ireland Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28306 
323-5395 



2005 Ireland Dr. 
Fayettevil. NC 
424-0894 



28306 



Home 

Pinner, William Rickman [Rick] 
(RM) Winstead UMC 

1005 Ensworth Road 

Wilson, NC 27893 
243-6767 



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(Marie) 



1407 S. Tarboro St. 
Wilson. NC 27893 
237-3709 



Pittman, Charles R. [Charles] (Shelby) 
(FA) Cotton UMC 

* 3300 Morganton Rd. Mill Street 

Fayetteville, NC 283Q5 Hope Mills, NC 

867-7767 867-736o 



28348 



Plowman. Sally S. [Sally] 
(GR) Noble's Chapel UMC 

* 1006 W. Highland Ave. 
Kinston, NC 28501 

522-5373 

Plyler, Lorenzo Pierce [Joe] 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 10816 Westbridgford Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27605 

362-6650 

Poe, John R. [John] (Sal lie) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 1533 E Hwy 54 
Durham, NC 27713 

544-2500 



1006 W. Highland Ave 
Kinston, NC 28501 
522-5373 



Pollock, Charles L. [Charles] 
(GR) First UMC 

1214 N. Respess 

Washington, NC 27889 
946-25^9 



(Gail) 



Box 715,304 W.2nd St 
Washington. NC 27889 
946-3524 



Pollock, Henry F. [Henry] 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* 2616 Erwin Rd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-5779 



(Marguerite) 



Ponder, Reginald W. [Reggie] (Carrie) 
Special Appointment - SEJ Administrative Council 
7 Glendale Rd. * Box 237 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 Lake Junal, NC 
704/452-0106 704/452-28^1 



Pope, T. Arnold [Arnold] 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* Rt 1, Box 123 

Stedman, NC 28391 
323-9757 



(Barbara) 



28745 



Porter, Ernest R. [Ernie] (Sara) 

(NB) Special Appointment - Dir.,Fin.& Field Serv.Off . ,Nat.Div,GBGM 

* Box 1268, 45 S.Lakeshore 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 

704/456-4982 212/870-3837 



Ports, Jr., George W. [George] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 210 S. Third Street 
Mebane, NC 27302 
563-5833 



(Jamie) 



Potter, Jr., Benjamin F. 
(DU) Special Appointment 
* 3316 Deerwood Dr. 

Gastonia, NC 28054 

704/866-4341 



Poulk, Robert M. [Bob] (Dorothy) 
(EC) Ahoskie UMC 

P. 0. Box 665 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 
332-3738 



[Ben] (Nancy) 

- Psychologist, Gaston Memorial Hospital 



704/866-2856 



P. 0. Box 665 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
332-2203 



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Powers, Sr., Daniel P. [Dan] (Bunny) 
(GR) Lane's Chapel - Bethany UMC 

306 Queen Anne's Rd. * 

Greenville. NC 27834 
756-6823 

Presnell, William M. [Bill] 
(EC) Windsor UMC 

407 S. Queen St. 

Windsor, NC 27983 
794-2112 



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306 Queen Anne's Rd 
Greenville, NC 27834 
355-6500 



Box 238, 408 S. Queen 
Windsor, NC 27983 
794-3785 



Price, Barbara H. [Barbara] (Ron) 
(RA) Layden Memorial UMC 
* 102 Cassidy Court 
Cary, NC 27511 
467-7005 



2607 S Wilmington St 
Raleiah. NC 27603 
828-9642 



Pritchard, Ralph W. [Ralph] (Virginia) 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 5870 Knight Road 

Clover, SC 29710 

803/831-2105 



Privette, Tommy G. [Tommy] (Alma) 
(SA) Pleasant Hill UMC 
* Route 1, Box 660 A 
Robbins, NC 27325 
464-3644 



Route 1, Box 660 A 
Robbins, nc 27325 
464-3501 



Privette, William Edward [Ed] 
(GR) Queen Street UMC 

1206 Woodberry Rd. 

Kinston, NC 28501 
523-2441 



(Eleanor) 



Box 508, 500 N. Queen 
Kinston, NC 28501 
527-2119 



Pruett, Vickie S. [Vickie] 
(SA) Troy Circuit UMC 
* 625 Eldorado St. 
Troy, NC 27371 
572-1661 

Pullman, Robert S. [Robert] (Peggy) 
(RO) Trinity UMC 

400 E, Third Ave. * 

Red Springs. NC 28377 
843-401$ 



625 Eldorado St. 

Troy, NC 27371 

572-1661 



P Box 48 
Red Sprgs, NC 
843-4611 



28377 



Purcell, Jr., Eugene G. [Gene] 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* 1301 Nash St. 
Wilson, NC 27893 



(Betty) 



237-3161 



Queen, Vergil E. [Vergil] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 3124 Coachman's Way 
Durham, NC 27705 
493-9137 



(Frances) 



Radford, Jack R. [Jack] (Judy) 
(RA) Wake Forest UMC 

* 903 S. Main St. 903 S. Main St. 

Wake Forest, NC 27587 Wake Fores. NC 

556-3653 556-22^9 



27587 



Randolph, Francis Roderick 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 9540 Roberts Drive 

Dunwoody, Ga 30338 

404/992-8541 



[Rod] (Esther) 



800-241-1910 



Rattz, Robert E. [Bob] (Mary) 
(WI) Sharon ( Holden Beach ) UMC 
* Route 3, Box 189 A 
Supply. NC 28462 
84^-3449 



Rt. 3, Box 189A 



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Ray, Robert H. [Robert] (Betty) 
(RO) Central UMC 

P. 0. Box 806 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-9191 



Reavis, Jr., James L. [Jiirmy] (Eddie Jean) 
(RM) Sandy Cross UMC 
* Route 3, Box 237 
Nashville, NC 27856 
443-3526 



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P. 0. Box 806 
Laurinburg. NC 28352 
276-8861 



Rt. 3, Box 237 
Nashville, NC 27856 
443-3526 



Redmond, Robert C. [Bob] 

(GO) Wallace UMC 
207 S. Duplin Street 
Wallace, NC 28466 
285-3350 



(Linda) 



301 S. College St. 
Wallace, NC 28466 
285-2857 



Reed, James C. [Jim] (Kathy) 
(DU) Grace UMC 
* 313 Church Street 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-5183 



313 Church St. 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-8183 



Reed, John E. [John] (Betty) 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 205 Meadow PI. 

Clarksville, AR 72830 

501-754-8031 



Reed, Sr., Richard G. [Dick] 
(WI) Bethel -Lebanon UMC 
* Route 1, Box 96 

Clarendon, NC 28432 
653-2661 



(Judy P.) 



Rt. 1, Box 96 
Clarendon, NC 
653-3255 



28432 



Regan, Sr., James R. [Robert] (Beulah) 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* 2702 Arlington Avenue 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
485-8621 



Renn, Sr., Wi lliam deVries [Bill] 
(WI) Rocky Point UMC 
* P Box 10600 

Rocky Point, NC 28457 
675-0211 



(Jacquie) 

US 117 & St. Rd. 
Rocky Poin, NC 
675-0211 



210 
28457 



Reynolds, Foster L. [Foster] 
(NB) Salter Path UMC 
* P. 0. Box 95 

Salter Path, NC 28575 
247-3639 



(Bernice) 



P Box 95 
Salter Pat, NC 
247-3253 



28575 



Richards, G. Scott [Scott] 
(SA) Merritts-Ebenezer UMC 
* Route 3, Box 190A 
Apex, NC 27502 
362-7138 



Rt. 3, Box 190A 
Apex, NC 27502 
362-7138 



Richardson, Allen [Allen] (Alice) 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 317 Sunmit Tr. 

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 

803/236-2408 



Richardson, J. Earl [Earl] 

(RA) Retired Minister 

* 515 S.E.Maynard Rd. 

Gary, NC 27511 

467-6393 



(Alice) 



Richey, Russell Earle [Russell] (Merle) 

Special App9intment - Assoc. Dean for Acad. Programs, The Div.Sch 
21 Oak Drive * Duke Divinity School 

Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

493-0724 684-6247 



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Rickards, James Perry [Jim] (Suzanne) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Coor. National Conf.on Min.to Armed Force 

* 27419 Cleveland Ave. 



Punta Gorda, FL 
813/575-0183 



33950 



703/276-7905 



Ricks, Jr., R. Dennis 
(FA) First UMC 

208 Sampson St. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
592-2710 



[Dennis] (Lydia) 



208 Sampson St. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
592-2035 



Robbins, Cecil W. [Cecil] (Eloise) 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* MRH, 2616 Erwin Road 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-5236 



Roberts, Frederick E. [Fred] (Betsy - "Beaver") 
(BU) Mount Hermon UMC 
* 4150 Mt.Hermon-Rk.Cr.Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-3504 



4178 Mt.Hermon-Rk.Cr 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-3119 



Roberts, Jeffrey L. [Jeff] (Reesa S.) 
(DU) Branson UMC 
* 601 N. Hyde Park Avenue 
Durham, NC 27703 
688-4982 



601 N. Hyde Park Ave 
Durham, NC 27703 
688-4982 



Roberts, John M. [John] 
(GO) Princeton UMC 
* P. 0. Box 116 

Princeton, NC 27569 
936-2199 



(Dot) 



P Box 116 
Princeton, NC 
936-3871 



27569 



Robinson, Charles Kivet [Chuck] (Mary) 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 66 

Springerton, IL 62887 

618-963-2385 



Robinson, Larry [Larry] (Charlotte) 
(SA) Sanford Circuit UMC 

* P Box 1512 P Box 1512 

Lillington, NC 27546 Lillington, NC 

893-8144 893-8144 



27546 



Robl III, Charles John [Charles] (Barbara) 
(RM) Associate - Hornes-Lucama-Sims UMC 
* 707 Broad Street Rt. 1, Box 680 

Wilson, NC 27893 Wilson. NC 27893 

243-6269 23^-1111 



Rouse, Ben C. [Ben] (Jeanne) 
(FA) Catrp Ground UMC 

5505 Nix Rd. 

Fayetteville, NC 28314 
864-2760 



Camp Ground Chur.Rd. 
Fayettevl, NC 28304 
867-9436 



Rouse, Jere A. [Jere] (Marie) 
(GR) Wooding ton -Webb UMC 
* Route 4, Box 211 
La Grange, NC 28551 
566-3401 



Royal I, L. Graham [Graham] 
(SA) Vass-Cameron UMC 
* P. 0. Box 628 
Vass. NC 28394 
245-7660 



Rt. 4, Box 211 
LaGrange, NC 28551 
566-3401 



(Virginia) 



P Box 628 
Vass, NC 28394 
245-7665 



Rudd, Robert J. [Bob] (Shelby) 
(NB) Queen's Creek UMC 
* P Box 398 

Hubert, NC 28539 
353-1930 



Hubert Blvd,St.Rd.24 
Hubert. NC 28539 
353-0441 



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Rudin, II, John J. [John] 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 1640 Marion Avenue 
Durham. NC 27705 

493-2243 

Russell, John Martin [John] 
(DU) Lakewood UMC 

* 2211 Elmwood Avenue 
Durham, NC 27707 

489-4335 



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(Genevieve) 



683-1386 



(Elisabeth B.) 



221lElmwood Ave. 
Durham, NC 27707 
489-6273 



Russell, Timothy J. [Tim] (Pam) 
(RA) Jerusalem-Zion UMC 

* P Box 355 
Norlina, NC 27563 

456-2231 

Ruth, John W. [Jack] (Bobbie) 
(DU) Duke's Chapel UMC 

* 805 Old Oxford Road 
Durham, NC 27704 

471-3148 



P Box 355 

Norlina, NC 

456-2231 



27563 



805 Old Oxford Rd. 
Durham, NC 27704 
477-4070 



Ruth, William A. [Bill] (Robyn) 
(EC) Outer Banks Parish UMC 
* 163 Bayberry Tr. 

Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 
261-3813 



163 Bayberry Tr. 
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 
261-3813 



Sabiston, III, Willie 

(RA) First UMC 
101 Oak Circle 
Garner, NC 27529 
77^3082 



D. [Bill] (Norma) 



P Box 274 
Garner, NC 27529 
77^2042 



Safley Michael W. [Mike] 

Special Appointment - VP for Student Affairs, Methodist College 
5202 Ramsey St. * P Box 12165 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 Fayettevil, NC 28311 

822-9006 488-7110 



Salter, Jr., J. Neal [Neal] (Carol) 

(WI) Chadbourn- Evergreen UMC 

* Box 485, 300 E. Third Ave. Box 485 

Chadbourn, NC 28431 Chadbourn. NC 

654-3563 654-3^63 



28431 



Saunders, Margaret R. [Margaret] 
(EC) Perkins UMC 
* Route 4, Box 724 

Elizabeth City, NC 27909 
330-4484 



Rt. 2, Box 98 
Hertford, NC 27944 
330-4484 



Scanlan, Carla Jory [Carla] (Tom) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Chap. Intern, Ft. Logan Men. Hea.Ctr., Denver 

* 10433 Beas La, Conifer Mtn 
Conifer, CO 80433 

303/838-7348 303/279-3484 

Schroll, Roger E. [Roger] (Kathy) 
(GR) Mattamuskeet UMC 

* Route 1, Box 73A 



Engelhard, NC 27824 
925-4931 



Rt. 1, Box 73A 
Engelhard, NC 27824 
925-4931 



Schutt, C. Dubois [Dubois] (Diane M.) 
(EC) Newland-Grace UMC 
* Route 5, Box 9 

Elizabeth Cicy, NC 27909 
771-2265 



Rt. 5, Box 9 
Eliz' City, NC 
771-2^65 



27909 



Scott, Julian W. [Scotty] 
(DU) Parkwood UMC 

112 Radcliff Cir. 

Durham, NC 27713 
544-2238 



(Susan) 



5128 Revere Road 
Durham, NC 27713 
544-1078 



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(Glenda) 



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Scott, Jr., Paul B. [Paul] 
(RA) Ebenezer UMC 
* 5012 Rock Quarry Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
779-0515 



Scroggs, Robin J. [Robin] (Marilee) 
(RA) Special Appointment - Professor, 
* Union T.S.,3041 Broadway 
New York, NY 10027 



Seate, Billy F. [Billy] (Wanda) 
(RA) Asbury UMC 
* 201 Windfield Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27615 
848-7843 



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Rale 



'^■. 



NC 
0515 



27610 



Union Theological Seminary 
212/662-7100 



6612 Creedmoor Road 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
847-2818 



Seawell, Sr., Wi II iam Albright [Bill] (Claudia M.) 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* Route 1, Box 329 
Snow Camp, NC 27349 
376-6852 



Settle, Donald T. [Don] 
(NB) Leave of Absence 
* 507 Harvey St. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
829-1790 



(Eleanor) 



Sexton, Kenneth B. [Kenneth] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 5656 Woodard La. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-8490 



(Rosamond) 



Shannonhouse, Richard Delano [Dick] (Sandra) 

(RM) Special Appointment - Dir, Pastoral Care,Meth.Hosp. 

* 3943 St. Isabel Dr..E. 
Jacksonville, FL 32211 

904/744-6719 904/798-8253 

Sharp, Richard C. [Richard] (Esta) 
(GO) Brogden-Falling Creek UMC 

* Route 1, Box 402 
Dudley, NC 28333 

736-0621 



.Jacksonvi II 



Rt. 1, Box 402 
Dudley, NC 28333 
734-5244 



Sharpe IV, William Gray [Bill] (Barbara) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Dir, Wesley Fdn.& Camp.Min.,NC State Univ 
* 2501 Clark Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 

467-0704 833-1861 



Sharpe, Jr., Benjamin S. [Benjai 
(BU) Phillips Chapel UMC 
* 2557 Brucewood Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 
578-2143 

Shaw, Jr., Caswell E. [Caswell] 
(GR) Saint James UMC 

114 Lord Ashley Dr. 

Greenville, NC 27834 
756-29^8 



lin] (Lisa C.) 



Rt. 2, Box 648 
Graham. NC 27253 
576-2143 



(Pat) 



2000 E. 6th St. 
Greenville, NC 
752-6154 



Sheets, III, R.Branson [Branson] (Stephanie) 
(RA) Associate - Fuquay-Varina UMC 

121 Norwood St. * P.O. Box 715 

Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 
552-8380 



Fuquay-Var, NC 
552-43^1 



27834 



27526 



Sheppard, Dennis R. [Dennis] 
(RA) Norlina UMC 

Box 356 

Norlina, NC 27563 
456-3150 



(Barbara) 



P. 0. Box 356 
Norlina, NC 27563 
456-2606 



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Sherman, Jr.. William U. [Bill] 
(RO) Rockingham District UMC 

130A W. Church St. 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 
276-66il 



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(Esther) 



P Box 1588 
Laurinburg, NC 
276-66^1 



Shields, Robert S. [Bob] 
(DU) Pleasant Green UMC 

1715 Cole Mill Rd. 

Durham, NC 27712 
383-1397 



(Betty) 



28352 



Rt. 2, Box 433C 
Durham, NC 27705 
383-5764 



814 Bent Creek Rd 
Bahama, NC 27503 



Shipman, Marilyn [Marilyn] 
(DU) Massey UMC 

814 Bent Creek Road 

Bahama, NC 27503 
575-7615 

Shiver, James H. [James] (Mary) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 1413 Glenn St. 

Wilmington, NC 28401 
763-7101 

Shoaf, E. Clifford [Cliff] (Jane) 

Special Appointment - Assoc. Dir., Conf. COM 

1924 Hillock Dr. * P Box 10955 
Raleigh. NC 27612 Raleigh. NC 27605 



782-5649 



'il 



832-9560 



Shockley, Grant S. [Grant] (Doris Virginia) 
Special Appointment - Professor, Duke Divinity School 
912 Jerome Road * Duke Divinity School 

Durham, NC 27713 Durham, NC 27706 

596-4014 68^-6795 

Short, James M. [Jim] (Mary) 
(NB) Belgrade-Tabernacle UMC 
* 14 Be I grade- Tabernacle Rd 
Maysville, NC 28555 
743-3041 



14 Belgrade-Tabernac 
Maysville, NC 28555 
743-3041 



Shuler Albert [Albert] (Jimmie) 

Special Appointment - Assoc. Dir., Conf. COM 

428 Northbrook Dr. * P Box 10955 
Raleigh, NC 27609 Raleigh, NC 27605 

783-7464 832-9560 



Simmons, Joseph Kenny [Kenny] 
(RO) Coharie UMC 
* P Box 1302 

Clinton, NC 28328 
592-8150 



(JoAnn) 



P Box 1302 
Fay'ville. NC 
592-2784 



28301 



Simonton, Jr., C. Alison [Al] (Nan) 

Special Appointment - Editor NORTH CAROLINA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 
110 Wedgedale Ave. * P Box 508 

Greensboro, NC 27403 Greensboro, NC 27402 

855-1362 272-1196 



Simpson, Jr., William C. [Bill] (Betsy) 
(WI) Wesley Memorial UMC 

2202 Acacia Dr. * 1401 S. College Rd. 

Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington, NC 28403 

763-8857 791-40^2 

Skinner, Robert Ogle [Bob] (Carolyn) 
(RO) Saint Paul's UMC 

* 205 Elm St. Sanders & Florence 
Maxton, NC 28364 Maxton, NC 28364 

844-5463 84^-3792 

Smith, A. Clay [Clay] (Ruth) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Exec. Dir, Hinton Rural Life Ctr,Hayesvi 1 1 

* P. 0. Box 27 
Hayesville, NC 28904 

704/389-3313 704/389-8336 



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Smith, Adolph C. [Adolph] (Maria) 
(NB) Verona UMC 
* Rt. 3, Box 155A 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 
347-7201 



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Rt. 3, Box 155A 
Jacksonvil, NC 
347-7201 



28540 



Smith, Bobby E. [Bobby] 
(FA) Hopewell UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 295AA 
Clinton, NC 28328 
567-6116 



(Evelyn) 



Rt. 2, Box 196-A4 
Newton Gro. NC 28366 
594-05S6 



Smith, Carolyn R. [Carolyn] 
(SA) Mount Pleasant UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 671 

Pittsboro. NC 27312 
933-9784 



(Ira) 



Rt. 1, Co. Rd. 
Pittsboro, NC 
933-9784 



1532 
27312 



Smith, Charles C. [Charles] (Jill) 
(NB) Pine Valley UMC 
505 Springhill 



Jacksonville, 
353-5474 



Terr. West 
NC 28540 



910 Pine Valley Rd. 
Jacksonvil, NC 28540 
353-46^1 



Smith, Charles M. [Charles] 
(RA) Highland UMC 

3021 Sylvania Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-4810 



(Barbara) 



1901 Ridge Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
787-4241 



Smith, Edward F. [Ed] (Janet) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 1701 McMillan Ave. 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
739-1700 



Smith, G. Earl [Earl] 
(WI) Clarkton Circuit UMC 
* P Box 704 

Clarkton, NC 28433 
647-2591 

Smith, George C. [George] (Mary) 
(NB) Pamlico Coop. Parish UMC 

P. 0. Box 98 

Stonewall, NC 28583 
745-4916 



P Box 704 
Clarkton, NC 
647-2591 



P Box 98 
Stonewall, NC 
745-3666 



28433 



28583 



Smith, George Jerome [Jerome] (Leona) 
(SA) Sandhill Circuit UMC 

* Route 1, Box 538 Rt. 1, Box 538 

Jackson Spring, NC 27281 Jackson Sp, NC 
974-4206 974-4206 

Smith, Haywood A. [Haywood] (MeLeah) 
(BU) Christ-Cedar Cliff UMC 



27281 



4683 Cedar Cliff Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-3829 



4683 Cedar Cliff Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-6321 



Smith, Ira Hildreth [Ira] (Carolyn) 
(SA) Asbury- Bethlehem UMC 
* Route 4, Box 793 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-0692 

Smith, Jerry Thomas [Jerry] (Carolyn) 
(RA) Fuquay-Varina UMC 

P Box 715 

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 
552-2700 



Rt. 4, Box 793 
Sanford, NC 27330 
776-069^ 



P.O. Box 715 
Fuquay-Var, NC 
552-43^1 



27526 



Smith, John T. [John] 
(RM) West Halifax UMC 
* Route 2, Box 154 
Halifax, NC 27839 
536-4637 



(Cora) 



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Smith, J. Thomas [Tommy] (Judy) 
(RA) Hayes Barton UMC 

3212 Beaufort St, * 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-0648 

Smith, Judi Johnson [Judi] (Joe) 
(GO) Edgerton Memorial UMC 

P Box 487 * 

Selma, NC 27576 
965-2054 

Smith, Neil E. [Neil] (Alice) 
(FA) Gardners UMC 

Rt. 20, Box 836 * 

Fayetteville, NC 28311 
425-1551 

Smith, Jr., William Stanley [Stan] 
(SA) Trinity UMC 

234 N. Russell St. * 

Troy, NC 27371 
572-2300 

Snider, Ronald J. [Ron] (Katie) 
(DU) Lea's Chapel -Warren's Grove UMC 
* Rt. 4, Box 123 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-6722 



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P Box 6096 
Raleigh, NC 
832-6435 



27628 



Post Office Box 487 
Selma, NC 27576 
965-3761 



* 4555 Rosehill Rd. 
Fayettevl, NC 28311 

488-6^51 

(Ann) 

* P Box 502 
Troy. NC 27371 

576-1651 



Rt. 4, Box 123 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
597-425^ 



Snotherly, Jr., William W. 
(RA) Knightdale UMC 

423 Third Ave. 

Knightdale, NC 27545 
266-2110 



[Bill] (Glenda) 



Box 83, First Ave. 
Knightdale, NC 27545 
266-2373 



Snyder, Nevin D. [Nevin] (Rose Marie) 
(GO) Kenansville Parish UMC 



P. 0. Box 67 
Kenansville, NC 
296-0416 



28349 



Snypes, James Grayson [Jim] 
(GO) Asbury UMC 
* 402 North Leslie Street 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
735- 4 W9 



(Marie) 



P Box 67 
Kenansvill, NC 
296-1234 



28349 



Soule, Jr. Guy V. [Guy] (Francy) 
(WI) Hallsboro UMC 

* P Box 28 
Hallsboro, NC 28442 

646-3338 

Southern, H. Gray [Gray] (Susan) 
(RM) West Nash UMC 

1105 Knollwood Dr. 

Wilson, NC 27893 
237-3462 

Sparks, Charles E. [Charles] (Linda) 
(FA) Saint Andrews UMC 

121 Lofton Drive * 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 
488-2247 

Sparrow, Leon Ray [Ray] (Dorothy) 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* 115 Water St, 
Bath, NC 27808 

Spaulding, David V. [David] (Carmen) 
(RM) Milwaukee UMC 

* P Box 64 
Milwaukee, NC 27854 

585-1010 



Co.Rds.1001 & 1904 
Hallsboro, NC 28442 
646-4105 



2106 W. Nash Rd. 
Wilson, NC 27893 
237-4258 



121 Lofton Drive 
Fayettevl, NC 28301 
488-4648 



P Box 64 
Milwaukee, NC 
585-1010 



27854 



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Speake, George D. [George] (Myra) 
(FA) Cokesbury UMC 

* Box 280 P. 0. Box 280 
Stedman, NC 28391 Stedman, NC 28391 

485-A349 483-5056 

Speed, Daniel G. [Danny] (Mary) 
(DU) Helena UMC 

* Rt. 1, Box 4 Box 36, Co. Rd. 1715 
Timberlake, NC 27583 Timberlake, NC 27583 

364-2819 364-2819 

Speight, James Braxton [J.B.] 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* 500 Fair Street 
Fayetteville, NC 28306 

Speight, Jr., John C. [John] 

(GR) Associate - Jarvis Memorial UMC 

201 Harmony La. * 510 S.Washington St. 

Greenville, NC 27834 Greenville, NC 27858 

756-6678 752-3l6l 

Spence, Clinton W. [Clint] (Pamela) 
(bU) Mount Tirzah UMC 

* Rt. I, Box 873-Z Route 1, Box 1 
Timberlake, NC 27583 Timberlake, NC 27583 

364-1387 

Spencer, Jennings Lloyd [Lloyd] (Gussie) 
(BU) Shiloh UMC 

* Route I, Box 282- A Rt. 1, Box 282- A 
Gibsonville, NC 27249 Gibsonvill, NC 27249 

584-0844 584-0844 

Spencer, William C. [Bill] (Peggy) 

(BU) Emmanuel UMC 
2331 LaVista Drive * 2331 LaVista Drive 

Burlington, NC 27215 Burlington, NC 27215 

226-7533 227-1268 

Sponenberg, James Eugene [Jim] (Til lie) 
(SA) Retired Minister 

* 2512 Carbonton Rd. 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-2484 

St. Clair, David T. [David] (Marcia B.) 

(BU) Associate - Front Street UMC 
P Box 2597 * P Box 2597 

Burlington, NC 27216 Burlington, NC 27216 

584-9439 227-6263 

Stafford, Sidney E. [Sidney] (Grace) 

Special Appointment - Chaplain & Prof. Louisburg College 

410 W. Noble St. * 501 N. Main St. 

Louisburg, NC 27549 Louisburg, NC 27549 

496-4779 496-2§21 

Stallsworth Paul T. [Paul] (Marsha) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Asst.Dir. ,Ctr.on Religion & Society, NY, N 

* 13 Hillcrest Ave. 
Edison, NJ 8817 

201/985-1321 212/532-4320 

Stanfield, LCDR E. Douglas [Doug] (Vera) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chaplain, U. S. Navy 

* MCRD, Religious Min.Ctr. 
Parns Island, SC 29905 

803/525-3533 803/525-2385 

Stanley, Bruce E. [Bruce] (Melissa) 
(RA) Associate - Edenton Street UMC 

2124 Cowper Drive * 228 W. Edenton St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 Raleigh, NC 27603 

782-9508 832-7535 



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(Shannon) 

P Box 279 
Cordova, NC 
895-483^ 



28330 



Home 

Stanley, Jr., Richard A. [Richard] 
(RO) Cordova UMC 
* P Box 279 

Cordova, NC 28330 
895-4836 

Stark, Paul C.Sittason [Paul] (Traci L.) 

PyLfP^fl^i Appointment - Appointed in another conference 

" hi5b Old street 

Route 5 

New Marshfield, OH 45766 

614/664-2010 614/593-3977 

stark II, Rufus H. [Rufus] (Betty Lou) 

^Pfznrt^/PP?^"^"^"'^ " Exec. Dir, Methodist Home for Children.Inc 
3600 Carolyn Dr. * P Box 12605 

RaleiQh. NC 27604 Raleigh, NC 27605 

833-2834 



876-2521 



Starnes, James A. [James] (Myrtle A.) 
(RO) Lumberton Circuit UMC 

* Route 1, Box 369 Rt. 1 Box 369 

Lumberton NC 28358 Lumberton, NC 

738-5914 738-5914 



28358 



[Jesse] (Emma) 



P Box 267 
Gaston, NC 27832 
537-0749 



[J.C] (Marie) 



Staton, Jr., Jesse C. 
(RM) Gaston UMC 

* P. 0. Box 267 
Gaston, NC 27832 

537-4854 

Staton, Sr., Jesse C. 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 585-A 
Newport, NC 28570 

247-2981 

Steinmetz, David Curtis [David] (Virginia) 
Special Appointment - Prof. Duke Divinity School 
^^51 Hope Valley Rd.#G * Duke Divinity School 
!S6 ii^n ^^^^^ Durham, NC 27706 

489-5620 68^2975 



Stephenson, Marion 0. 
(GR) Retired Minister 
* 101 S. Dimock Dr 



[M. 0.] (Hazel) 



Washington, NC 
975-6650 



27889 



Stocks, Lois Jane [Lois] 
(GR) Diaconal Minister 
* Route 3, Box 88 

Greenville. NC 27834 
752-68^0 



P. 0. Box 218 
Simpson, NC 27879 
752-1273 



Stokes, III John L. [John] (MaLou) 

(WI) Special Appointment - Assist. Dean. , Arts & Sciences, UNC-W 

124 Windemere Road 

Wilmington, NC 28405 

799-2695 395-3245 



Stokes, Jr., James C. [Jim] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 301 Le Grand St. 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
997-6739 



(Diana) 



Stone, Amos H. [Amos] (Lorraine) 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 972 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 

704/452-2130 



Stone, Richard L. [Richard] 
(RA) Wendell UMC 

Drawer D, 308 Fowlkes St. 

Wendell, NC 27591 
365-9281 



(Diane) 



P. 0. Drawer D 
Wendell, NC 27591 
365-6266 



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Stone, W. Denver [Denver] (Jean) 

(DU) Special App9intn)ent - Missionary to Singapore 

* 12, Mt. Sophia, Singapore 
R.of Singapore, 922 

337-8889 337-1013 

Storrs, Jr., Robert Burton [Bob] 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 300 N. Hill Street 
Chicago, IL 60610 

Stott, E. Russell [Russell] (Caroline) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 111 Creeks Edge, Box 109 
109 Polks Landing 
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 

942-0281 929-4203 

Stott, J. Doane [Doane] (Flora Belle) 
(BU) Retired Minister 

* 925 New Garden Rd. Apt. 501 
Greensboro. NC 27410 

294-35^5 

Strange, Carol Dell [Carol] (Rayburn Marc) 

Diaconal Minister 

1822 Bermingham Ave. * 2616 Erwin Road 

Durham, NC 27704 Durham, NC 27705 

471-4270 38^2567 

Straus, Phyllis Hicks [Phyllis] (Stephen K.) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Past. Coun, Past. Care & Cou.Inst.of DU-CH 

* 11-B Kennebec Dr. 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

942-4625 489-6452 

Strock, Stephen F. Swartz [Steve] (Dale S.) 
(GO) Brownings-Smith UMC 

* Route 3, Box 471 Rt. 3, Box 471 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

594-1445 594-1445 

Strong, Donald Blaine [Don] (Vera M.) 
(NB) Oak Grove UMC 

* 414 Houston Rd. P. 0. Box 159 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 Hubert, NC 28539 

346-9318 32^-3454 

Strother, Jonathan E. [Jon] (Diana) 

(RA) Associate - Hayes Barton UMC 
2010 Stone St. * P Box 6096 

Raleigh, NC 27608 Raleigh, NC 27628 

831-9392 832-6435 

Sturtevant, William L. [William] (Marie) 
(RA) Ebenezer - Wesley Chapel UMC 

* 209 Layton St. 209 Layton St. 
Franklinton, NC 27525 Franklinto, NC 27525 

494-2913 494-2913 

Sugg, John Brinkley [Brinkley] 
(BU) Leave of Absence 

* 1500 Duke Univ.Rd.,G3C 
Durham. NC 27701 

489-6379 

Sunmey, James L. [Jim] (Doris) 

(RM) Nashville UMC 
303 South First St. * P. 0. Box 86 

Nashville, NC 27856 Nashville, NC 27856 

459-7^28 459-7178 

Supplee, Thomas [Tom] (Jo Ann) 
(EC) Moyock UMC 

* P. 0. Box 267 P Box 267 
Moyock, NC 27958 Moyock. NC 27958 

43§-6211 43§-6211 



Home 

Sutton, James E. [Jimmy] 
(RA) Macedonia UMC 
* 3508 Canpbell Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-4724 



150 



(Janie) 



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2530 Cary-Mac'dna Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-1551 



Swartz, Alan P. [Alan] (Jo Anne) 
(GO) New Hope UMC 

102 Lewis Dr. 

Goldsboro. NC 27530 
778-3801 



200 New Hope Rd. 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
778-1124 



Sweeley, Thomas Lynn [Tommy] 
(EC) Hatteras UMC 

* P Box 310 
Hatteras. NC 27943 

986-^254 

Swink, Lionel C. [Lionel] 
(RO) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 4, Box 193 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-30^3 



(Sharon) 



P Box 310 
Hatteras. NC 
986-2149 



27943 



Sykes, R. Michael [Mike] (Patricia) 
(BU) Walnut Grove UMC 

Route 1, Box 81 * 

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 
732-2054 



Tatum, Jimmie Ray [Jimmie] 
(FA) Lillington UMC 
* Post Office Box 506 
Lillington. NC 27546 
893-3627 



(Martha) 



Route 1, Box 81 
Hurdle Mil. NC 
732-2054 



P. 0. Box 506 
Lillington, NC 
893-4811 



27541 



27546 



Taylor, Bruce D. [Bruce] (Jennie) 
(RM) First UMC 

407 Roanoke Ave. 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
537-4462 



* P Box 277 
Roanoke Rp, NC 
537-2173 



Taylor, William V. [Bill] 
(BU) Bellemont UMC 

4809 Markwood Dr. 

Burlington. NC 27215 
227-4890 



(Robin) 



27870 



4807 Markwood Dr. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-4632 



Teachey, Wilbur C. [Wilbur] (Sylvia) 
(GR) Farmville UMC 
* P Box 153 

Farmville, NC 27828 
753-4774 



Box 153,903 W. Church 
Farmville, NC 27828 
753-4803 



Teague, Willie S. [Willie] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Editor, SC UNITED METHODIST ADVOCATE 
* 117 Teesdale Court 
Lexington, SC 29072 



Tenney, Sr., Hayward Lester [Lester] 
(GR) Kinston Circuit UMC 

* Route 2, Box 518 
Grifton, NC 28530 

524-4296 

Tennyson, John E. [John] (Connie L.] 
(GO) Johnston Circuit UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 168 

Four Oaks, NC 27524 
963-2^79 



(Izella) 

Rt. 2, Box 518 
Grifton, NC 28530 
524-4296 



Rt, 4, Box 168 
Four Oaks, NC 
963-2979 



27524 



Tharrington, Claire Clyburn [Claire] 
(RA) Associate - Benson Memorial UMC 

4311-G Snipe Creek Ln. * 

Raleigh, NC 27613 
781-5318 



(Edward C.) 

4706 Creedmoor Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-0789 



Home 

Thomas, Wayne E. [Wayne] (Nancy) 
(NB) Marshal Iberg-Smyrna UMC 
* P Box 66 
Marshallbera, NC 28553 
729-2261 



151 



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P Box 66 
Marshal Iba, NC 
729-761 1 



28553 



Thomas, Wayne N. [Wayne] (Janet) 
(DU) Associate - Trinity UMC 

Route 1, Box 96 

Efland. NC 27243 



215 N. Church St. 

Durham, NC 27701 

683-1386 



Thomason, Marshall K. [Keith] (Lorie P.) 
(RM) Associate - First UMC 

3217 Amherst Rd. * 100 S. Church St. 

Rocky Mount, NC 27804 Rocky Mt..NC 27804 



cy Mt., NC 
977-oioO 



Thompson, Geiselle [Geiselle] 

(RA) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* P Box 6542 

Raleigh, NC 27628 

Thompson, Leo Clifford [Leo] (Karen) 



(RA) Special Appointment 
4000 Blue Ridge Rd. 
Suite 100 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
471-2761 



Past. Counsel or, Triangle Mental Hea.Serv. 



781-8700 



Thompson, Neil H. [Neil] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 2109 Myrtle Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
828-7653 



(Catherine) 



Thompson, Roger E. [Roger] 
(WI) Retired Minister 
* 114 Grand Avenue 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
859-1471 



(Roberta) 



Thompson, Jr., Emerson M. [Em] (Catherine) 
(EC) First UMC 

* 707 W. Church St. P. 0. Box 401 
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Eliz. City. NC 

335-7292 335 -l7h 

Tingle, James Arthur [James] 

(NB) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 7995 E. Miss. Ave., F-7 
Denver, CO 80231 
303/871-9119 



27909 



Tisdale, W. Eugene [Gene] 
(SA) Jonesboro UMC 
* Box 2576, 401 W. Main 
Sanford, NC 27330 
775-2616 



(Diane) 



Box 2576, 401 W.Main 
Sanford, NC 27330 
775-7023 



Tomberlin, Joe L. [Joe] 
(WI) Bolton-Shiloh UMC 
* Route 1 , Box 47 
Bolton., NC 28423 
452-9959 



(Barbara E.(Toni)) 



Route 1 
Bolton. NC 
452-9959 



28423 



Townsend, Jr., William C. [William] 
(EC) Newbegun UMC 
* P Box 276 

West End, NC 27376 
673-4623 



(Nancy Jo) 

Box 276, St.Rd.73 
West End, NC 27376 
673-1371 



Traynham, David D. [D. D.] (Nancy) 
(RO) Green Lake -Ledbetter UMC 
* Rt. 2, Box 196 

Rockingham, NC 28379 
895-3746 



152 



Home 

Treihart, Charles M. [Charles] 
(GR) Retired Local Pastor 
* 705 W. Main St. 

Mt. Olive. NC 28365 
599- 7^72 



Study 



(Susan J.) 



658-5545 



Trotter, J. Albert [Al] 
(DU) Mount Bethel UMC 

P Box 27 

Bahama. NC 27503 
477-5830 



(Gay) 



P Box 27 
Bahama, NC 27503 
477-4296 



Troy, Angelo M. [Angelo] 
(FA) Harry Hosier UMC 
* 7354 Ryan Road 

Fayettevi I le, NC 28302 
867-4991 



6201 Yadkin Road 
Fayettevi, NC 28303 
864-6019 



Tucker, C. Clyde [Clyde] 
(RA) Benson Memorial UMC 

4721 Deerwood Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27612 
7§7-1735 



(Yvonne) 



4706 Creedmoor Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
787-0789 



Turnage, Roy L. [Roy] (Corabob) 
(GR) Retired Local Pastor 
* P. 0. Box 116 
Ayden, NC 28513 
746-3686 



Tysinger, Richard M. [Rick] 
(SA) Moncure-Buckhorn UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 1425 
Moncure, NC 27559 
542-2295 



(Stephanie H.) 



Rt. 1, Box 1425 
Moncure, NC 27559 
542-5003 



Tyson, Aaron G. [Aaron] (Lucille) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* Route 5, Box 440 

La Grange, NC 28551 

Tyson, Carson S. [Carson] (Peggy) 
(BU) Hebron UMC 

* Rt. 6, Box 79 
Mebane, NC 27302 

563-6408 



Rt. 6, Box 79 
Mebane, NC 27302 
56i-3375 



Tyson, David M. [D.M.] (Eleanor) 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1. Box 105 
Vanceboro, NC 28586 

244-2849 

Tyson, Deborah M. [Deborah] (John H.) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Chaplain Intern, Duke Hospital 

* 2716 Middleton St., Apt. 3D 
Durham. NC 27705 

383-9721 684-3586 

Tyson, John H. [John] (Debbie) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* %Mrs. Julia T.Nichols 
4006 Queenswood Dr. 
Portsmouth, VA 23703 

Tyson, M. Eugene [Gene] (Joan) 

(NB) Faith UMC 
217 Shoreline Dr. * P Box 5497 

New Bern, NC 28560 New Bern, NC 28562 

636-3080 633-6826 



Tyson, Marvin Dewey [Dewey] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 204 Lorraine Sf. 
Carrboro, NC 27510 
942-4805 



(Ruth) 



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Tyson, Tommy [Tompy] (Frances) 

(BU) Sfsecial Appointment - Approved Evangelist 

* Route 6, Box 508 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

933-5557 933-5557 

Tyson, Vernon C. [Vernon] (Martha) 
(RA) Edenton Street UMC 

1543 Iredell Dr. * 228 W. Edenton St. 

Raleigh, NC 27608 Raleigh, NC 27603 

832-0684 8S2-7535 

Tyson, Jr., Bobby P. [Bobby] (Christie) 
(RO) Snead's Grove UMC 

* Route 1, Box 136 Rt. 1, Box 136 
Laurel Hill. NC 28351 Laurel Hi I, NC 28351 

276-7378 276-7340 

Tyson, Sr., Bobby P. [Bobby] (Jetta) 

(BU) Special Appointment - Approved Evangelist 

* 6814 NC 86 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
929-010^ 

Umstead, Jr., Charles Irvin [Charles] (Etta) 
(NB) Retired Minister 

* Route 2, Box 246 
Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-5328 

Varnum, Tracie [Tracie] (Clementine) 
(WI) Concord UMC 

* Route 2, Box 182 
Supply, NC 28462 

842-9440 

Vaughan, Richard C. [Richard] (Debbie) 
(FA) Johnson Memorial UMC 

* 5316 Chesapeake Rd. 306 McArthur Rd. 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 Fayettevl, NC 28311 

822-2429 488-5^06 

Vaughn II, Steiahen W. [Stephen] (Jane) 
(GR) Diaconal Minister 

2000 E. Sixth St. * 2000 E. 6th St. 

Greenville. NC 27858 Greenville, NC 27834 

758-5752 752-61^4 

Vick, Jr., Thomas Marvin [Marvin] (Catharine) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* 213 Dunhagan Place 
Cary, NC 27511 

467-2126 787-9190 

VonCanon, Mary Leigh [Mary] (Paul L.) 
(SA) Jones Chapel UMC 

* 7815 Deep River Road 
Sanford, NC 27330 

776-3898 

Wade, David C. [David] (Cynthia) 
(SA) Candor UMC 

* P. 0. Box 456 P Box 456 
Candor, NC 27229 Candor, NC 27229 

974-4504 974-4454 

Waggoner, James Milan [James] (Margaret) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Chief , Chaplaincy Serv., Youth Serv.Div. 

* 3212 Barker Place 
Raleigh, NC 27604 

876-3283 733-3011 

Walker, Wanda Gail [Gail] 
(RO) Diaconal Minister 

344 Raleigh Street * 300 Charlotte St. 

Hamlet. NC 28345 Hamlet, NC 28345 

582-0707 582-0079 



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Wall, C. Arthur [Arthur] (Carol) 
(GR) Grifton UMC 

* P Box 416 
Grifton, NC 28530 

524-5382 

Wall, Lynn T. [Lynn] 

(NB) Beech Grove-Rhems UMC 

* 1035 Washington Post Rd. 
New Bern. NC 28560 

638-2248 

Wall, Randy Lee [Randy] (Shelly) 
(RM) Rich Square- Woodland UMC 

819 Bryantown Rd. * 

Rich Square, NC 27869 
539-4283 

Wall, Shelly A. W. [Shelly] (Randy L.) 
(RM) Associate - Rosemary UMC 



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P Box 416 
Grifton, NC 
524-5422 



28530 



1035 Washington Post 
New Bern, NC 28560 
638-2248 



Box 228 
Rich Squar, NC 
539-4283 



27869 



819 Bryantown Rd.Box 228 
Rich Square, NC 27869 
539-4283 

Wallace, Robert L. [Bob] (Christine) 
(DU) Aldersgate UMC 

4008 Chaucer * 

Durham. NC 27705 
477-0068 



900 Jackson St. 
Roanoke Rp, NC 27870 
537- 39h 



1714 Bivins Road 
Durham, NC 27712 
477-0509 



Walston, Robert Edward [Bob] (Kathryn) 
(GO) Retired Minister 
* 402 Dove Place 

Goldsboro. NC 27530 
734-0^33 



Wanger, Stephen P. [Steve] (Mary) 
(FA) Kipling UMC 

* P Box 88 
Kipling, NC 27543 

552-2124 

Ward, Hope Morgan [Hope] (Michael) 
(RA) Soaps tone UMC 

* 1704 Bayleaf Tr. 
Raleigh, NC 27614 

848-4317 

Ward, James B. [Jim] (Janet) 
(BU) Bethel UMC 

* 6040 Snow Camp Rd. 
Graham, NC 27253 

376-6237 

Ward, Richard L. [Richard] 
(NB) Atlantic UMC 

* P Box 145 
Atlantic, NC 28511 

225-^831 



US Hwy 401 
Kipling, NC 
552-212i 



27543 



10301 Old Creedmoor 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
846-2212 



Co. Rd. 1587 
Graham, NC 27253 
376-9798 



P Box 145 
Atlantic. NC 
225-7701 



28511 



Ward, Jr., Herman Nathan [Herman] (Ann) 
(BU) Hillsborough UMC 

* 130 W. Tryon Street 
Hillsborough, NC 27278 

732-3460 

Warren, Clarence Lee [Clarence] (Ruby) 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 625 E. Raynor Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-4508 



130 W. Tryon St. 
Hillsboro, NC 27278 
732-3460 



Warren, H. Robert [Bob] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* Rt. 2, Box 278 

Knightdale, NC 27545 
266-69^1 



(Shirley B.) 



Home 

Warren, James H. [James] 
(GR) Social Appointment 
* 500 Plantation Ct..N-4 

Nashville, TN 37221 

615/646-1162 



155 



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(Daisy) 
Assoc. Prof ,Trevecca Nazarene Col lege, TN 



615/248-1200 



Warren, Jr.. James I. [James] (Marjorie) 

(RA) Special Appointment - Dir., Intentional Growth Center 

* P Box 546 

Lake Junaluska, NC 28745 

704/452-2881 

Warren, Jr., M. Whitfield [Whit] (Barbara) 
(NB) New Bern District UMC 

* 1503 Kimberly Rd. 
New Bern, NC 28560 

637-4600 637-4600 



Warren, Jr., W. Arthur [Arthur] (Becky) 
(RM) Calvary UMC 

* Rt. 4, Box 28 Rt. 4, Box 28 

Littleton, NC 27850 Littleton, NC 

586-3762 586-3762 



27850 



Washington, Scott C. [Scott] (Sandee L.) 
(SA) Broadway UMC 

* P. 0. Box 87 106 Church St. 

Broadway, NC 27505 Broadway, NC 

258-6653 258-3721 



27505 



Watford, Troy Scott [Scott] 
(GO) Pine Level -Sanders UMC 
* Route 2, Box 131 

Smithfield, NC 27577 
934-76^3 



(Tammy R.) 



Rt. 2, Box 131 
Smithfield, NC 
934-7613 



27577 



Watson, H. Langill [Langill] 
(RM) First UMC 

1304 Western Ave. 

Rocky Mount. NC 27804 
446-4517 



(Elizabeth) 



100 S. Church St. 
Rocky Mt., NC 27804 
977-0400 



Way, Vance C. [Vance] (Marion) 
(EC) Tyrrell UMC 

* Box 168, 508 Main St. P Box 168 
Columbia, NC 27925 Colunbia, NC 27925 

796-4441 796-4441 

Weaver, Walter P. [Walter] (Peggy) 

(FA) Special Appointment - Professor, Florida Southern College 

* 623 Rockingham Rd. 
Lakeland, FL 33809 

813/859-5280 813/680-4185 

Weaver, Jr., James T. [James] (Deborah 0.) 

(DU) Brookland UMC 
2405 Rolling Pines Ave. * 2405 Rolling Pines 
Durham, NC 27703 Durham, NC 27703 

596-3948 



Webb-Bowden, Julia [Julia] 
(DU) Rougemont UMC 
* Route 3, Box 2 

Rougemont, NC 27572 
471-0032 



(Lawrence) 



Rt. 3, Box 2 
Rougemont, NC 
471-1759 



27572 



Weber, Michael D. [Mike] 
(RA) Plank Chapel UMC 
* Route 1, Box 208-B 
Kittrell, NC 27544 
438-6080 



(Barbara) 



Rt. 1, Box 208-B 
Kittrell, NC 27544 
492-1919 



Weisser, William J. [Bill] 
(RA) Diaconal Minister 

1214 Currituck Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27609 
787-7364 



(Anne) 



228 W. Edenton St. 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
832-7535 



156 



[BfU] (Dixie) 



Wells, Jr., William M. 

(RO) Retired Minister 

* 32 The Chine 
Saltburn-By-the-Sea 
TS12 IQL, UK 
01-44- 



^nil^^ 'T-' "oodfow Wilson [Woody] 
(RM) Englewood UMC 

* 301 Forest Hill Ave. 
Rocky Mount, NC 27804 

443-6916 

Wenberg, Jr., John W. [John] 
(FA) Erwin UMC 

* 610 E. Denim Dr. 
Erwin. NC 28339 

897-5968 



Study 



0287-22335 



(Carole) 

Box 7116, 300 Circle 
Rocky Mt., NC 27804 
443-2^26 



600 E. Denim Dr. 

Erwin, NC 28339 

897-8894 



^fH^.^i- '^^•' "• Allen [Allen] 
(RA) Trinity UMC 

1301 Mordecai Dr. 

Raleigh, NC 27604 
833-7466 

Wesley, Luther V. [Luther] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* P. 0. Box 954 

Creedmoor, NC 27522 
528-1131 



(Shirley) 



824 N. Bloodworth St 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
832-1390 



(Irma L.) 



(Pearl) 



(Ray) 



West, Carlton Ray [Ray] 
(NB) Retired Minister 
* 129 Penners Pt. Rd. 
Beaufort, NC 28516 
728-7353 

West, Pearl G. [Pearl] 
(NB) Retired Minister 

129 Penners Point Rd. 

Beaufort, NC 28516 
728-7353 

West, Jr., Thaddeus C. [T.C.] (Ellen) 

'''Vouln-SoTitV "-°^'=^ "- ,. 3 BOX .5. 



Wethington, Mark W. [Mark] 
(DU) Glendale Heights UMC 

4410 David St. 

Durham, NC 27704 
477-5270 

l^'n^fl^'-'^e'''"'^ ^- tKermit] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 305 East Fourth Avenue 

Mount Dora, FL 32757 

904-383-17^3 

Whi taker, Karen H. [Karen] 

(RA) Avent Ferry UMC 
3201 Joanne Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27603 
839-0222 

^n\l^f, Christian [Christian] 
(BU) Retired Minister 
* 136 Tarleton Ave. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-45^0 

White, John H. [John] (Eva) 
(GO) Saint Luke UMC 

1605 E. Pine St. 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-5019 



(Bobbi) 



(Hazel) 



908 Leon Street 
Durham, NC 27704 
477-7447 



(Alan) 



* 2700 Avent Ferry Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
833-9394 



(Ada M.) 



1608 E. Pine Street 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
734-7^4 



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Whitley, Edgar Earl [Edgar] 
(EC) Retired Minister 

* 333 Green St., Apt. 2- J 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 
804-399-6512 

Wiggins, Carson 0. [Carson] (Moeine) 

(NB) Ann Street UMC 
206 Sycamore Dr. * Drawer C,Ann& Craven 

Beaufort, NC 28516 Beaufort, NC 28516 

728-3276 728-4279 

Wilburn, William Joseph [William] (Jerree Lynn) 

(RO) Sandy Plains UMC 
P Box 2046 * P Box 759 

Pembroke, NC 28372 Pembroke, NC 28372 

521-6574 521-8600 

Wilkerson, Richard Phillip [Rick] (Kathy) 

(RA) Genesis UMC 

115 Rockspray Ct. * P Box 4376 

Cary, NC 27513 Cary, NC 27519 

^81-2983 W-2128 

Wilkinson, Howard M. [Hank] (Virginia) 
(RM) Retired Minister 

* Rt. 1, Box 292 
Garysburg, NC 27831 

536-3528 

Williams, A. Morris [Morris] (Katharine) 
(DU) Retired Minister 

* 2616 Erwin Rd. 
Durham. NC 27705 

383-7863 

Williams, Clifford L. [Clifford] (Linda) 

(RO) Lumberton-Asbury Parish UMC 
503 Locust Street * 503 Locust Street 

Lumberton, NC 28358 Lumberton, NC 28358 

738-5^01 738-8^71 

WilliamSj James A. [Jimmy] (Nellie) 
(RA) Retired Minister 

* Route 1, Box 191 
KittrelL NC 27544 

438-8053 

Williams, John E. [Johnny] (Jane) 
(RM) Conetoe UMC 

* PC Box 4775 P Box 4775 

Rocky Mount, NC 27803 Rocky Mt., NC 27803 

459-4324 459-4324 

Williams, Oscar S. [Oscar] 
(GR) Retired Minister 

* 413 Pungo Street 
Belhaven, NC 27810 
919/943-6198 

Williams, Richard J. [Richard] (Carolyn) 
(GO) Diaconal Minister 

410 S. Fourth St. * 140 E. Market St. 

Smithfield, NC 27577 Smithfield. NC 27577 

934-8915 934-2333 

Williams, Roger Charles [Roger] (Diane E.) 
(BU) Hightower UMC 

* Route 3, Box 317 Rt. 3, Box 317 
Mebane, NC 27302 Mebane, NC 27302 

694-4258 694-4258 

Williams, William F. [Bill] (Edna) 
(RO) West Rockingham UMC 

* Route 3, Box 469 Rt. 3, Box 469 
Rockingham, NC 28379 Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-3135 895-9966 



Home 



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Williams, Jr., Johnnie J. [Jack] (Davetta) 

Special Appointment - Asst.Dir, Rural Church Sec. .Duke Endowmen 
3410 Cambridge Rd. * P Box 51307 

Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27717 

489-6380 489-3359 



Williams, Jr., Samuel A. [Skip] 
(WI) Fifth Avenue UMC 

409 S. Fifth Ave. 

Wilmington, NC 28401 



(Betsy A.) 



409 S. Fifth Ave. 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
76i-7063 



Williford, Gladys R. [Gladys] 
(WI) Whiteville Circuit UMC 
* Rt. 5, Box 230 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
642-8867 



Rt, 5, Box 230 
Whiteville, NC 
642-8867 



28472 



Willingham, Malcolm Craig [Mac] (Johnny Carol) 
(RO) Special Appointment - Chaplain, Samaritan Colony, Inc. 
* 1909 Surg i nor Rd. 
Rockingham, NC 28379 

895-6782 895-3243 



Wilson, Claude T. [Claude] 
(GR) Vanceboro UMC 
* P. 0. Box 569 

Vanceboro, NC 28586 
244-0695 



(Dorothy) 



P Box 569 
Vanceboro, NC 
244-0695 



28586 



Wilson, James Lough [Jim] 
(WI) Wrightsboro UMC 

3300 N. Kerr Ave. 

Wilmington, NC 28405 
799-4600 



(Caaron) 



3300 N. Kerr Ave. 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
762-2583 



Wilson, Leonard T. [Ted] (Elizabeth) 
(RO) First UMC 

414 Entwistle * 300 Charlotte St. 

Hamlet. NC 28345 Hamlet, NC 28345 

58^0306 58^-0078 

Wilson Robert L. [Bob] (Betty) 

Special Appointment - Prof .of Church & Society, Duke Div.Sch. 

237 Monticello Avenue * Duke Divinity School 

Durham, NC 27707 Durham, NC 27706 

489-6955 6iW-2269 



Wilson, III, A. J. [Jack] 
(RA) Special Appointment - 
* 207 S. Palisades Drive 

Signal Mtn., TN 37377 

615/886-4514 

Wilson, III, Ben H. [Ben] 
(RO) Chestnut Street UMC 

302 W. 32nd St. 

Lumberton, NC 28538 
739-4531 



(Katharine) 

Dir. Pastoral Serv.Greenleaf Health Syst. 



(Annie) 



404/861-4357 



P Box 1032 
Lumberton, NC 
739-3304 



28358 



Wilson, III, Kelly J. [Kelly] (Sharon R.) 

(DU) Creedmoor UMC 

P. 0. Box 368 * P. 0. Box 368 

Creedmoor, NC 27522 Creedmoor, NC 

528-0090 528-3987 



27522 



Wilson, Jr., Kelly J. [Kelly] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 2406 W. Club Blvd. 
Durham, NC 27705 
286-4734 



(Jean L.) 



Winberry, Herman S. [Herman] 
(RO) Retired Minister 
* 1217 E. 8th St. 

Lumberton, NC 28358 
739-6029 



(Christine) 



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Uingo, Brian U. [Brian] (Norma U.) 
(DU) Brookland-Brooksdale UMC 

Route 3, Box U-A * 

Roxboro, NC 27573 
599-7040 



Study 



Route 3, Box 14A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
597-9755 



Wingo, Norma U. [Norma] (Brian U.) 
(DU) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 
* Route 3, Box 14-A 
Roxboro, NC 27573 
693-6007 



Uinstead. Arthur William [Art] 
(FA) Retired Minister 
* P Box 842 

Littleton. NC 27850 
586-3748 



(Margaret) 



Winston III, Joseph Aubrey [Jay] 
(RM) Mt. Pleasant -Middlesex UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 287 
Bailey. NC 27807 
235-4863 



(Donnie S.) 



Rt. 1, Box 287 
Bailey, NC 27807 



Wise, Denny C. [Denny] (Judy) 
(GO) First UMC 

9 Ramblewood 

Mount Olive, NC 28365 
658-2637 



P. 0. Box 386 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-3169 



Witt, Peggy 0. [Peg] (Bill) 
(FA) Wesley-Black's Chapel UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn. NC 28334 
567-5470 



Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn. NC 28334 
567-5470 



Witt, Jr.. William J [Bill] 
(FA) South River UMC 
* Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn, NC 28334 
567-5470 



(Peg) 



Rt. 1, Box 361 
Dunn, NC 28334 
567-2615 



Wittman, Raymond Karl [Ray] (Diana) 
(EC) Hertford UMC 

207 W. Market St. * 

Hertford. NC 27944 
426- §236 



207 W. Market St. 
Hertford. NC 27944 
426-5467 



Wolfe, William L. [Bill] 
(BU) West Burlington UMC 
* 1331 Granville Street 
Burlington, NC 27215 
227-3993 



(Biddie) 



1331 Granville St. 
Burlington, NC 27215 
226-9477 



Womack, Leslie C. [Leslie] (LaVerne B.) 
(GR) Retired Diaconal Minister 

* Rt. 2 Box 333 
Vanceboro. NC 28586 

244-1^82 

Womack, Samuel J. [Samuel] 
(FA) Retired Minister 

* 217 Vivian Dr. 
Fayetteville, NC 28311 

822-0593 



Womack, Jr., LaVerne B. [Verne] 
(GR) Vanceboro Circuit UMC 

* Rt. 2. Box 333 
Vanceboro. NC 28586 

244-1782 

Wood, Samuel L. [Sam] (Lois) 
(GO) Zion UMC 

* 313 New Hope Road 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 

778-8135 



(Leslie Ann) 



Rt. 2. Box 333 
Vanceboro, NC 
244-1782 



28586 



Home 

Woodard, Jr., John R, 
(NB) Trenton UMC 
* P Box 520 

Trenton, NC 28585 
448-7891 



160 



[John] (Rita) 



Study 



P Box 520 
Trenton, NC 
448-7891 



28585 



Woodcock, El don G. [Woody] (Libby) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Professor, Nyack College, Nyack, NY 

* 41'? Centre Avenue 



413 Centre Avenue 
Upper Nyack. NY 10960 
914/358-5998 



914/358-1710 



Woodhouse, Andrea Reese [Andrea] (David) 

(RM) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* POBox 4023, Duke Station 
Durham, NC 27706 

6J54-0160 

Woodhouse, David William [David] (Andrea) 

(RM) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* POBox 4023, Duke Station 
Durham, NC 27706 

6JW-0160 



Woodworth, Douglas R. [Douglas] 
(GR) Lebanon- Tabernacle UMC 
* 313 N. Pitt St. 
Ayden, NC 28513 
746-6534 



(Erma) 



313 N. Pitt St. 
Ayden. NC 28513 
746-6534 



Wooldridge, Jr. Oscar Bailey [Oscar] 
(RA) Retired Minister 
* 905 Langford Place 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
876-2058 



(Tew) 



Worley, William Earl [Bill] (Nancy) 
(EC) Retired Minister 
* 107 Park Cir. 

Holly Hill, FL 32017 

904/258-3571 

Worth, Sr., Leroy [Leroy] (Renette) 
(RA) Raleigh: Southeast UMC 

1408 Swallow Dr. * 

Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-6315 



904/253-2278 



1408 Swallow Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27606 
851-6!15 



Wright, Jeffrey W. [Jeff] 
(DU) Salem UMC 
* 302 Forest Rd. 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-7179 



(Sandy) 



Rt. 5, Co. Rd. 1522 
Oxford, NC 27565 
693-7179 



Wynn, Samuel [Sam] 

(FA) Hope Mills: Native American UMC 

3636 beaver Pi. * 3636 Deaver PI. 

Hope Mills. NC 28348 Hope Mills, NC 

425-35^7 425-35^7 



28348 



Yelverton, Pernecie C. [P. C] 
(RM) Elm City UMC 
* P. 0. Box 307 

Elm City, NC 27822 
236-4371 

Yorkey, CamilleO. [Camille] 
(GO) Associate - Saint Paul UMC 

102 S. Jefferson St. 

Goldsboro NC, NC 27530 
735-8928 



P Box 307 
Elm City, NC 
236-^425 



27822 



204 E. Chestnut St. 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
734-2965 



Young, James Doyne [J. D.] 
(DU) Retired Minister 
* 1008 Westwood Ave. 
High Point, NC 27262 
841-4944 



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Young, Stephen E. [Steve] (Jean) 

(DU) Special Appointment - Appointed to Attend School 

* 1909 Wilmington Ave. 
Richmond, VA 23227 
804/257- §935 

Yount, John W. [John] (Connie) 
(DU) Stoval UMC 

* Rt. 5, Box 164 Rt. 5, Box 164 
Oxford, NC 27565 Oxford. NC 27565 

693-4839 693-4839 

Yow, Jr., William Joseph [Joey] (Julia) 

(GO) Four Oaks UMC 

P Box 177 * Box 177, US 301 

Four Oaks, NC 27524 Four Oaks, NC 27524 

963-2793 963-2695 



WIDOWS OF DECEASED MINISTERS 

Alford, Mrs. Bertha (James L.)/109 Kenny St ., Rockingham, NC 28379 [895-3538 
Anderson, Mrs. Barbara(H.E. Ill) ,229 Shannon Dr. , Rockingham, NC 28379 [895-4107 

Barrs, Mrs. Patricia (William K. ) , Apt . 8 ,Singingwood Ct, Walnut Creek, CA 94595 
Batchelor, Mrs. Grace (Edward C), Rt. 1, Box 147, Whiteville,NC 28472 
Baum, Mrs. Lota L. (Herman B.), 205 Tenth Ave. ,SE, Conover,NC 28613 
Beam, Mrs. Margaret (A. C. Regan), 2826 W.Grace St ., Apt . 4 , Richmond , VA 2322: 
Beede , Mrs . Ruth D. (Harold R,),Whitaker Glen, 501 E.Whitaker MillRd, Raleigh, N( 

27608 [833-0632] 
Benson, Mrs. Frances (Robert Bradshaw) , 1616 W.Nash St., Wilson NC 27893 
Berry, Mrs. Edith (Ralph Fowlkes),309 S.19th St.,Morehead City, NC 28557 
Bingham, Mrs. Lois C. (Buell E.),3108 Archdale Rd,High Point 27263 [431-6742] 
Blount,Mrs. Evelyn (George W.),2614 Cooleemee Dr. , Raleigh, NC 27608 [782-1474; 
Boone, Mrs. Laura (Ben F.), 2616 Erwin Road, Apt. E-6, Durham, NC 
Brandenburg, Mrs. Lucille P. (F. Barden) , Rt. 1, Box 141, Candor NC 2722? 
Breedin, Mrs. Grace (Clarence R.), P.O. Box 561, Littleton, NC 27850 [586-3583; 
Brigman, Mrs. Ella Mae (Carey H.), P. O. Box 32, Gloucester NC 28528 
Brodie, Mrs. Helen H. (R.Stewart) ,MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd, Apt . B-4 , Durham, NC 27705 

[383-2962] 

Carroll, Mrs. Emma H. (James M. ) ,Wes.Pi.Ret .Ho. , 100 Wesley Pine Rd,Lumberton, 

NC 28358 [738-9691] 
Carruth, Mrs. Roberta (Paul), 3035 Wycliff Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607 [787-3464] 
Casey, Mrs. Miriam M. (John F.),304 S. Eastern St, Greenville, NC 27834 [758-5362; 
Cash, Mrs. Thelma (Howard H.), MRH,2616 Erwin Rd. , Durham, NC 27705 
Caudill, Mrs. Estelle (Russell H.),c/o Chap. Charles C.Caudill, VMI , Lexington, 

VA 24450 
Chaplin, Mrs. Rosa J. (A. L.), 401 S. Andrews St., Goldsboro NC 27530 
Charlton, Mrs. Charlotte S. (D. W.), MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd. , Durham, NC 27705 
Cline, Mrs. Kitty P. (John, Sr.), MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd. , Durham NC 27705 
Coble, Mrs. Virginia (Joseph F. ) , Wes. Pi.Ret .Ho, 100 Wesley Pines Dr., Apt. 9, 

Lumberton,NC 28358 [739-1836] 
Cooper, Mrs. Margaret (John A.), 1918 Sloan Avenue, Fayetteville NC 2830] 
Cotton, Mrs. Alice V. (Worth B.), P. O. Box 427, Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 
Crawford, Mrs. Blanche (E. C), MRH, 2616 Erwin Road, Durham NC 27705 
Crawford, Mrs. Estelle C. (Van T.), P. O. Box 709, Willards MD 21874 

Cucare, Mrs. Sarah (Nicholas T.),745 Austin Dr. , Lumberton,NC 28358 [738-5431; 
Cuthrell, Mrs. Mary (H. G.), 302 Hinton St., Apex NC 27502 [362-4699] 

Davenport, Mrs. Georgia (William S.), Rt. 2, Box 58, Grimesland NC 2783"; 
Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth R. (George A.),Rt.l,Box 497-1, Haw River, NC 27258 
Davis, Mrs. Dolores (Flake R.),Rt.4,Box 3 2 5, Rockingham, NC 28379 [895-6964] 
Dicks, Mrs. Dorothy S. (Russell L.),c/o W. B.Connell, 861 Faulkwood Ct, Sarasota, 

FL 33582 
Drew, Mrs. Joan M. (Robert M.), 200 George St., Fairmont NC 28340 [628-8965; 
*Dubrick, Mrs. Hazel, 1805 White Oak Road, Raleigh NC 27608 

Dunn, Mrs. Aileen (J. C.),100 Wesley Pines Rd , Lumberton , NC 28358 [738-9691; 
Early, Mrs. Crisstine S. (Joyce V.), Heritage Nursing Home, Mallard St., 

Rockingham NC 28379 [997-2184] 
Elkins, Mrs. Venia (Ollie V.), Chateau Royal, Apt. 219, 25 S. Germantown 

Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37411 
Etheridge, Mrs. Pauline (C. R. ) , Route 1, Box 470", Elm City NC 27822 
Eubanks, Mrs. Lina West (George B.), P. O. Box 243, Trenton NC 28585 

Fisher, Mrs. Ruth K. (Edgar B.),620 Country Club Dr, Burlington27215 [227-10141; 
Fouts, Mrs. Elizabeth Frances (Dwight) , 2616 Erwin Road, Durham NC 27705 
Freeman, Mrs. Kathryn (William L.), 1605 Greenleaf St ., Durham, NC 27701 

Gardner, Mrs. Lavinia H. (C. 0. Sr.), Rt. 1, Box 190-C, Holly Hill,SC 29059 
Garris, Mrs. Helga Oman (Horace S.), P. O. Box 531, Warsaw NC 28398 
Gehweiler, Mrs. Bonnie S. (Jameson Jones), 421 Ridge Rd, Waynesville,NC 2878f 
Gradeless, Mrs. Alice (Robert M.), 211 Cedar St., Belhaven NC 27810 
Graham, Mrs. Clementine (Oscar M.),Box 1207 , Laurinburg,NC 28352 [276-0180] 
Gray, Mrs. Saralee (A. D. Leon), 812 Shepherd St.,Morehead City,NC 28557 
Griff is, Mrs. Nena D. (James W.), 611 Sumner, Greenwood MS 38930 

Hailey, Mrs. Nell (James R.), Country Club Dr,Box 8, Rocky Mt,NC 27801 [446-8476; 
Hale, Mrs. Dilys Rowlands (Holland L.),517 Morreene Rd, Durham 27705 [383-2116] 
Hamilton, Mrs. Susie (R. C.,Jr.),Rt. l,Box 551-DD, Wilmington 28405 [686-9519] 
Hanford, Mrs. Jean (Gordon T.) - Rt. 3, Box 139, Liberty NC 27298 
Harris, Mrs. Erah M. (Cecil B.), Atlantic NC 28511 



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Herbert, Mrs. Ruth E. (J. Furman) , 76 Fairview Place, Sea Cliff NY 11579 
Hicks, Mrs. Margaret (C. B,), Rt. 2, Box 55, Whiteville NC 28472 
Hill, Mrs. Doris (Richard C.),513 N. Seventh St ,Smithf ield 27577 [934-4509] 
Hill, Mrs. Willar(Jonathan C.),c/o J. A. Hill, Sr, 4811 Gaynor Rd, Charlotte 28211 
Hillman, Mrs. Estelle W. (E. L. ) , MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd, Durham 27705 
Hogue,Mrs.011ie M. (George E),403 W.39th St, Wilmington, DE 19802 [302/764-3183 
Howard, Mrs. Bessie H. (W. Elmer) , MRH, 2616 Erwin Rd, Durham NC 27705 

Jerome, Mrs. Jean (Robert L.), 902 S. First St., Smithfield NC 27577 
Johnson, Mrs. Sally P. (C. A.), 903 Murray Avenue, Durham NC 27704 
Jones, Mrs. Christine (J. David) , Methodist Coll., Box M-54 , Fayetteville 28301 
Jones, Mrs. Stella Mae (Foster L.), 759 Yorkshire Dr. , Fayetteville, NC 28304 
Joyner, Mrs. Mary V. (Frank B.), 1232 Westover Terrace, Greensboro, NC 27408 

Kinlaw, Mrs. Annie D. (Grover C), Capital Towers, Apt. 3 07 , 4812 Six Forks Rd, 
Raleigh NC 27609 [782-8766] 

Lane, Mrs. Juanita E. (Daniel), P. 0. Box 185, Lake Junaluska NC 28745 
Layfield, Mrs. Frances (Pearce H.,Jr.),10 Country Club, #21, Hazelwood, 

NC 28738 [704/456-6241] 
Lee, Mrs. Mildred M. (Allen C.),518 S.Main St. , Red Springs, NC 28377 [834-4163] 
Lewis, Mrs. Anna Mae (Ralph H.),Glenwood Rest Ho., Rt. 4, Box 193 , Rockingham, NC 

28379 [895-3023] 
♦Lewis, Mrs. Lizette (M. A.), 926 N.Boylan Ave. , Raleigh, NC 27605 [833-7128] 
Locklear, Mrs. Mary Alice(Jakie) ,Rt . 3 , Box 177 ,Maxton,NC 28364 [844-9544] 
Long, Mrs. Elizabeth (John D.),Rt.5,Box 337-A, Kinston,NC 28501 [527-1565] 
Lowry, Mrs. Myrtle L. (Harvey), Rt. 3, Box 254 , Rowland, NC 28383 [521-4629] 
Lowry, Mrs. Phelia Ellis (Doctor F. ) , Wes. Pi.Ret .Ho. , 100 Wesley Pines Dr., 

Lumberton, NC 28358 [738-9691] 
Loy, Mrs. Annie M. (William L.),205 S.McCallum St, Rowland, NC 28383 [422-3601] 

Maides,Mrs.Virginia(John T.),938 Winchester Ave, SW, Roanoke, VA 24055 

[703/344-4055] 
Maness, Mrs. Callie P. (Charles W.Wooten) , Star Rt.,Box 25A,Robbins,NC 27325 
Maness, Mrs. Edith H. (Paul W.), 617 Jefferson St, Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 
Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth (Haywood L. ) , Box 216, Engelhard NC 27824 
Martin, Mrs, Elizabeth (W. C), 423 Grove St, Clayton NC 27520 [553-7398] 
McCallum, Mrs. Mary D. (Jef ferson) ,Rt . 1, Box 186,Maxton,NC 28364 [844-3954] 
McCallum, Mrs. Wilhelmina (James H.), 1662 Baysden Ct, Fayetteville NC 

28303 [822-1047] 
McLamb, Mrs. Katie (M. D.), Rt. 4 , Box 196, Rockingham, NC 28379 [582-1485] 
McRae, Mrs. Alma B. (Robert B.), 2003 Corinna St, Fayetteville NC 28301 
Meekins, Mrs. Blanche (Earl R.), Box 549, Manteo NC 27954 [473-3123] 
Miller, Mrs. Elsie M. (J. Herbert), 309 W, Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC 27707 
Minges, Mrs. Maria (Graham S .Eubank) , 1204 Longleaf Dr, Fayetteville, NC 

28305 [484-2226] 
Minor, Mrs. Mary T. (Harold D.),108 Harpeth Hills Dr, Rt. 8 , Franklin, TN 37064 
Mizelle, Mrs. Rachel C. (Raymond) [Earl Edwards], 705 Taylor St , Windsor, NC 27983 
Moore, Mrs. Marie R. (Virgil N.), Rt. 4, Box 314, Mt. Olive NC 28365 
Mullikin, Mrs. Irene (Wade A.), 404 Privette Street, Wilson NC 27893 

Newton, Mrs. Ethel M. (P. F.), 124 Eastway Lane, Graham NC 27253 

Newton, Mrs. Maude (R. Z.), Wes. Arms Ret .Ho. , 1909-A, 1911 N. Centennial St., 

High Point, NC 27260 
Nichols, Mrs. Julia T. (George H.Tyson) , 4006 Queenswood Dr, Portsmouth, VA 23703 

Overton, Mrs. Rena (Ernest G.), 821 Jeb Stuart Dr., Charleston SC 29412 

Page, Mrs. Frances (Jack W. ) ,Rt. 3 , 508 E.Mill St, Rowland, NC 28383 [422-8745] 
Pearce, Mrs. Kate Elizabeth H. (Clyde P.), 9838 Hillview Dr,Palo Cedro,CA 96073 
Phillips, Mrs. Mary E. (J, G.), 542 Noelton Drive, Knoxville TN 37919 
Poole, Mrs. Louise C. (Ivey T.), 908 Magruder Road, Smithfield VA 23430 
Porter, Mrs. Mary Ann (Paul M.), 20 Grubb Street, Hertford NC 27944 
Price, Mrs. Grace (Charles E., Jr.), 1525 E.Forbes Rd,Gastonia,NC 28054 

[704/864-7695] 
Pursley, Mrs.Elva Norton (Forrest W.), P.O. Box 607, Hamlet, NC 28345 [582-1050] 

Quigley, Mrs. Annliza James (Horace G.),509 Darden Ct., Rocky Mount, NC 27801 

Reynolds, Mrs. Doris (Alonzo Lee), 1215 First Ave., NW, Hickory NC 28601 

[704/322-3362] 
Rhiner, Mrs. Verna T. (Etheridge M.), Route 1, Box 349A, Coats NC 27521 
Rogers, Mrs. Jessie J. (Harry L.),8001 Penny Rd, Raleigh, NC 27606 [851-1115] 
Romines, Mrs. (Clarence P. Mason), Rt. 6, Box 129, Goldsboro, NC 27530 
.^ush, Mrs. Frances L. (Ephraim A.),Rt.3,Box 85, Hamlet, NC 28345 [582-0652] 



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Russell, Mrs. Alta Stone (Leon) , Apt. 609, 925 New Garden Rd, Greensboro NC 2741 

Salmon, Mrs. Audrey H. (Frank D.), P. O. Box 531, Shallotte NC 28459 
Seymour, Mrs. Ora (E. F.), P. O. Box 8, Atlantic NC 28511 [225-9001] 
Shaw, Mrs. Martha Alice (William C), c/o Rev. S. M. Shaw, 152 Cox Circle, 

Greeneville, TN 37743 
Shinkle, Mrs. Maxine B. (Richard D.), 407 Avenue D, New Bern NC 28560 
Shore, Mrs. Mattie (Joe C), Rt. 2, Box 562, Graham NC 27253 

Smithson, Mrs. Kay M. (Rufus M. ) , 816 Newell Street, High Point NC 27260 
Stanford, Mrs. Jo Ann (James C.),1017 N.Hill Rd, Fayetteville,NC 28303 
Stevens, Mrs. Elma (Willis R.), 20 Maple Circle, Smithfield NC 27577 
Strawbridge,Mrs.Essie(I. J. ) , 1152 S.Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 

[723-5656] 
Sullivan, Mrs. Gregg (George D. Pappendick) , 308 Collinwood Dr, Burlington, i 

NC 27215 [942-2152-W; 584-4029-H] 

Thompson,Mrs. Frances (Arthur L.),1080 N.Leak St., Southern Pines, NC 28387 

[692-8267] 
Thompson, Mrs, Margaret (Arnold C.),1602 Glendale Ave. , Durham, NC 27701 
Tilley, Mrs. Beatrice M. (Lester A.), 1615 Kenbrook Dr, Garner 27529 [772-5702] 
Townsend,Mrs.Marguerite(Samuel L.), P.O. Box 1547 , Laurinburg28352 [276-0695] 

Vale, Mrs. Etolia (Charles E.) - Box 482, Spartanburg SC 29304 

Vereen, Mrs. Joyce G. (LaFon C.),503 W.32nd St. ,Lumberton,NC 28358 [739-8178 

Walker, Margaret (F.Odell) , 904 Walkingstick Tr. , Clinton, NC 28328 [592-2773 
Wall, Mrs. Lynn T. (Ivey J.), 1035 Washington Post Rd,New Bern,NC 28560 

[638-2248] 

Walton, Mrs. Mary Jane (W. Carl), 5008 Carteret Dr, Raleigh 27612 [787-1205 
Ward, Mrs. Margaret W. (Herman N. ,Sr. ) ,Rt . 5, Box 178 , Whiteville,NC 28472 
Warren, Sr. , Mrs. Glenn (Millard W.),2616 Erwin Rd, Durham 27705 [383-7052]! 
Watson, Mrs. Mary C. (Orville W.), Rt. 2, Box 454, Princeton WV 24740 
White,Mrs. Frances (James G. , Jr. ) ,417-A S.Greensboro St . ,Carrboro,NC 27510 

[929-3011] 
Williams, Mrs. Addie (Thaddeus) , 1700 Concord Avenue, Monroe NC 28110 
Williams, Mrs. Anne C. (Leon W.Ross) , Oak Tree Apts. #74 , Nashville, NC 27856 j 

[459-9626] | 

Williams,Mrs.Deleano(A. P. Brantley) ,624 Country Club Dr, Burlington, NC 27215] 
Wilson, Mrs. Janette W. (W. Carleton) , P. O. Box 633, Roxboro NC 27573 
Wise, Mrs. Huldah B. (Wilford D.),10 E. Seashore Est . ,Swansboro 28584 [326-5806: 
Womack, Mrs. Jane B. (Carlos P.), P.O. Box 2001, Southern Pines 28387 [692-0273"! 
Wood, Mrs. Fleeta C. (John E.),183 Thorpe St. , Henderson, NC 27536 [438-287i:i 
Wright, Mrs. Iva H. (Carl K.), 502 Ford Circle, Louisburg NC 27549 ' 
Wright, Mrs. Viola C. (N. M.), 2009 Wilson Street, Durham NC 27705 

* THESE PERSONS ARE WIDOWS OF PASTORS FROM OTHER CONFERENCES BUT ARI 
RESIDING IN OUR CONFERENCE AND WISH TO BE INCLUDED IN OUR CONFERENCI 
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1988 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM - DAILY AGENDA 
Thursday, June 16, 1988 

Morning Session 
10:30 a.m. 
THE EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR ALL MINISTERS IN FULL CONNECTION 
Camp Ground United Methodist Church, Camp Ground Church Road 
Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. Presiding 

Prelude: Prelude on Tmo American Folk Hymns R. Hastings 

Organist-Mr. Joe Lupton 
Camp Ground GMC, Fayetteville 

Report of the Board of Ordained Ministry The Rev. Carol W. Goehring 

Passing of the Character of the Ministers 
Hymn 

Postlude: Hark! The Jubilee is Sounding G. Read 

11:00 a.m. 

THE MEETING OF LAY MEMBERS IN REEVES AUDITORIUM 

Prelude: Great is Thy Faithfulness arr. Jack Schrader 

Organist-AArs. Carol Katz 

Mew Hope CMC, Goldsboro 

Postlude: Organ Suite: in a Medieval Monastery Walker Ba>dor 

Thursday, June 16, 1988 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 

GENERAL SESSION OF ALL LAY AND CLERGY MEMBERS 
This session vnll begin with a service of Holy Communion for all members of the 
Annual Conference and visitors, conducted by Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. and the 
Cabinet. 

Prelude: Carillon-Sortie Henry Mulet 

Organist-Mr. Sumner Jenkins 
Centenary GMC, Smithfield 
Hymn (336) - And Are We Yet Aliue 
The Communion Service 
(See Worship Bulletin) 

Postlude: F^aise to the Lord Paul Manz 

Brief Recess 

Afternoon Session Continued 

Prelude: Fugen inD J. S. Bach 

Organist-Mr. Edward Morton 

First GMC, Roanoke Rapids 

Calling the Conference to Order Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 



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Episcopal Address Bishop A\innick 

Greetings and Welcome Dr. M. Elton Hendricks, President 

Methodist College 

The Honorable J. L. Dawkins, Mayor 

The City of Fayetteville 

The Rev. M. Randall Baker, Host District Superintendent 

The Elizabeth City District 

Organization of the Conference 

1 . Roll Call and Motions of Order The Rev. L. T. Wilson 

Proposed Change in Conference Rules The Rev. James H. Coile 

2. Election of Conference Secretary 

3. Election of Conference Statistician 

4. Report of Agency Nomination Procedures .... Dr. F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

5. Report of Conference Committee on 

Nominations Dr. F. Belton Joyner, Jr. 

6. Report of Nominations to Jurisdictional Pool .... Dr. J. Allen Norris, Jr. 
Composite Report of the District Superintendents The Rev.James C. P. Brown 

Report of the Laity 

Conference Lay Leader Dr. J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

United Methodist Men AAr. Ernest J. Wendell 

United Methodist Women Mrs. Jane H. Johnson 

United Methodist Youth Mr. Andy Sneed 

Report of the Council on Finance and Administration 

Election of Conference Treasurer Dr. Samuel W. Dixon, Jr. 

Report of the Board of Diaconal Ministry Ms. Carol R. Dell 

Hymn 

Benediction 

Postlude: Finale from Concerto V George F. Handel 

Thursday, June 16, 1988 

Evening Session - Reeves Auditorium 
8:00 p.m. 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

Bishop Roy C. Clark, Preaching 

(See Worship Bulletin) 

Friday, June 17, 1988 

Morning Session 

7:30 a.m. - HOLY COMMUNION IN HENSDALE CHAPEL 

The Rev. David L. Harvin, Leader 
8:25 a.m. - Reeves Auditorium 



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Prelude: Aria Flor Peelers 

Organist-Mr. William J. Weisser 
Edenton Street GMC, Raleigh 

8:30 a.m. - BIBLE STUDY Bishop Minnick 

Report of Committee on Minutes The Rev. Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

Report of the Conference Statistician The Rev. D. D. Traynham 

Report of Methodist Board of Publication Dr. C. Alison Simonton, Jr. 

Report of the Black College Fund Dr. Gloria R. Scott 

Recommendations of the Conference Council 

on Ministries Dr. F. Belton Joyner,Jr. 

Calendar 

1 988 Supplemental Program Recommendations 

1 989 Program Recommendations 
Referrals and Policy 

Action on Report of Committee on Nominations 
Action on Nominations to Jurisdictional Pool 

Report from the General Conference Dr. J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

RepxDrt of the Duke Endowment Dr. Albert F. Fisher 

Report of Board of Managers, North Carolina 

Pastors' School The Rev.Charles M. Smith 

Report of the Board of Pensions Dr. J. Donald Phillips 

12:00 Noon (Order of the Day) 

Adjournment for Board of Pensions Luncheon for Retirees 

Benediction 

Postlude: PsalmXlX Benedetto Marcello 

Friday, June 17, 1988 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 

Prelude: Choral Song Samuel Wesley 

Organist-Mrs. Barbara D. McClure 
Grace GMC, Wilmington 
Hymn 
Prayer 

Report of the General Council on Ministries Dr. J. Allen Norris, Jr. 

Report of the SEJ Council on Ministries Dr. Reginald W. Ponder 

Report of the Lake Junaluska Assembly Dr. Reginald W. Ponder 

2:00 p.m. (Order of the Day) 

Report of the Capital Funds Plans Council Mr. T. Harry Gatton 



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The Conference Council on Ministries Composite 

Report Dr.F.Belton Joyner,Jr. 

Report on Relationship Statements The Rev. Joseph C. Parker 

TESTIMONIAL 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc Mrs. Margaret Harper 

Camping/Campus Ministry/Trustee Elections 

TESTIMONIAL 

Yokefellow Prison Ministry The Rev. R. Bruce Pate 

Report of the Conference Board of Trustees 

Report on Study of United Methodist Building Mr. Myron C. Banks 

Report of Task Force on Farm Crisis Dr. J. E. Legates 

TESTIMONIAL 

Report of Disaster Preparedness Committee .... The Rev. Dennis P. Levin 

Hymn 

Benediction 

Postlude: Hosanna! Paul Wachas 

Friday, June 17, 1988 

Evening Session - Reeves Auditorium 
7:30 p.m. 

"Celebrating Vital Congregations < = > Faithful Disciples" 

Bishop C. P. Minnlck, Jr., Presiding 

(See Bulletin) 

Saturday, June 18, 1988 

Morning Session 

7:30 a.m. - HOLY COMMUNION IN HENSDALE CHAPEL 

The Rev. Gerry G. Davis, Leader 
8:25 a.m. - Reeves Auditorium 

Prelude: Solemn Melody Walford Davies 

Organist-AArs. Laura Davenport 
First CJMC, Wilson 

8:30 a.m. - BIBLE STUDY Bishop Minnick 

Report of Committee on Minutes The Rev. Thomas G. Holtsclaw 

TESTIMONIAL 

Habitat for Humanity Dr. William L. Bingham 

Report of Church Extension Dr. Thomas A. Collins 

TESTIMONIAL 

Task Force on Congregational Development 

and Church Growth The Rev. W. Edward Prlvette 

Report of Insurance Committee The Rev. Norwood L. Jones 



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Report of Commission on Equitable Salaries . . . The Rev. Charles K. Morrison 

Recognition of Clergy Partners Association Bishop Minnlck 

Postlude: Now Thank We All Our God J. S. Bach/arr. Held 

Brief Recess 

1 1 :00 a.m. (Order of the Day) 

THE MEMORIAL SERVICE 

The Rev. L. T. Wilson, Presiding/Dr. H. Langill Watson, Preaching 

(See Memorial Bulletin) 

Saturday, June 18, 1988 

Afternoon Session - Reeves Auditorium 
1:25 p.m. 

Prelude: A Mighty Fortress Dietrich Buxtehude 

Organist-The Rev. Michael R. Barker 
Trinity GMC, Durham 
Hymn 
Prayer 

The North Carolina Conference Brotherhood The Rev. J. K, Bostick 

Business Session Continued 

Rep>ort of Board of Ordained Ministry The Rev. Carol W. Goehring 

Report of Pastoral Care Committee The Rev. Rodney G. Hamm 

Report of Joint Committee on Disability Dr. Jack L. Hunter 

Decision on Council on Finance and Administration Report 

Report of Methodist Foundation, Inc Mr. Thomas E. Chandler 

Report of Committee on District Conference Records The Rev. Bruce D. Taylor 

Report of Committee on Episcopacy Dr. J. Allen Morris, Jr. 

Report of Committee on Entertainment Dr. J. Allen Morris, Jr. 

Report of Committee on Resolutions and Reference ... Dr. Thomas A. Collins 

Miscellaneous Business 

Hymn 

Benediction 

Postlude: Fugue in D Major Johann Pachelbel 

Saturday, June 18, 1988 

Evening Session 
8:00 p.m. 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

Bishop Roy C. Clark, Preaching 

(See Worship Bulletin) 

Fixing of Appointments and Passing of the Torch Bishop Minnick 



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Sunday, June 19, 1988 

Morning Session - Reeves Auditorium 
8:25 a.m. 

Prelude: Festival Prelude on A Mighty Fortress .William Faulkes 

Organist-Dr. Robert Owens 
John Wesley GMC, Fayetteville 
THE LOVE FEAST 
Business Session If Necessary 
Hymn (306) - God Be With You Till We Meet Again 
Benediction 

Postlude: Toccata in d minor (Dorian) J. S. Bach 

Brief Recess 

10:00 a.m. - Reeves Auditorium 

ORDINATION OF DEACONS AND ELDERS 
Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., Presiding/Bishop Roy C. Clark, Preaching 
(See Worship Bulletin) 
Adjourn sine die 



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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 
(Daily Minutes) 
EXECUTIVE SESSION, Thursday, June 16, 1988 

The Executive Session for all Ministers in Full Connection: This session was 
held at 1 0:30 a.m. at Camp Ground Gnited Methodist Church in Fayetteville with Bishop 
C. P. Minnick, Jr., presiding. 

Invocation: The bishop called for the singing of Hymn 72, All Hail the Power of 
Jesus' Name, followed by a brief meditation and appropriate remarks. 

Report of Board of Ordained Ministry: Bishop Minnick called upon Carol Goehr- 
ing, chairperson of the Board of Ordained Ministry, to present the report of the Board of 
Ordained Ministry to the pastors assembled. 

Questions 1 9 - 54 were called and voted up)on as necessary in the affirmative with the 
new candidates for Deacon's Orders and admission on Probation being presented first. 
The candidates for Elder's Orders and Full Connection were then presented and the his- 
toric questions were asked. All answers to the questions will be found in the business of 
the Annual Conference in this section of the Journal with portions of it also in Section 11 
and in Section V. 

Miscellaneous Matters: The character and conduct of the district superintendents 
and the other clergy were considered and passed unanimously. Portions of the general 
repxjrt of the Board of Ordained Ministry were discussed and nominations for members 
of the Joint Review Committee were presented and passed. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Bishop Minnick expressed appreciation, as did the en- 
tire Board, for the special work of Carol Goehring in her year as chairperson of the Board. 
Particular compliments were given for the rapid and speedy action taken on all issues and 
the accuracy of the information. A gift was presented to Carol Goehring and she expressed 
appreciation. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Minnick and the meeting was 
adjourned. 

FIRST DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Thursday, June 16, 1988 

General Session for All Lay and Clergy Members: At 1:25 p.m., the General Ses- 
sion of all lay and clergy members was called. The session began with the singing of And 
Are We Yet Alive and the service of Holy Communion for all members of the Annual Con- 
ference and visitors, conducted by Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., and the Cabinet. Com- 
munion was taken by intinction by the Conference assembled. Bishop Minnick preached 
a most appropriate homily for this occasion which was well received. As has become usual. 
Reeves Auditorium on the Methodist College campus was completely filled. 

Recess: After the Communion Service, a brief period of time was given to clear the 
stage. 

Conference Convened: Bishop Minnick called the full Conference to order noting 
this was the one hundred sixty-third session of the North Carolina Annual Conference of 
the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The Gnited Methodist Church. The Bishop offered spe- 
cial prayer for this session and brought enthusiastic words of welcome to all attending. 

Bishop Minnick called for the singing of the hymn, Lift High the Cross, taken from the 
sampler of the new Gnited Methodist Hymnal recently adopted by the General Conference 
of The Gnited Methodist Church. 

Bishop Minnick called attention to the program and the fact that he was to give an 
episcopal address. He made it clear that this was not THE episcopal address, because 
that was always given by a bishop at General Conference. This was simply an address by 



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a bishop at this Conference to suggest direction for the years to come. (For complete 
text of the Bishop's address, see Section V of the Journal.) The essential theme of Bishop 
AAinnick's episcopal address was "Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples" as we go 
into the twenty-first century. At the conclusion of his address, the Conference responded 
with an affirmative standing round of applause. 

Greetings and Welcome: Bishop Minnick called upon Elton Hendricks, president 
of Methodist College, for words of welcome. Hendricks responded by greeting the pack- 
ed congregation and offering them words of genuine welcome and the hope that the col- 
lege staff could make the Conference as comfortable as possible, keeping comfort and 
coolness to a maximum, but concentrating on purpose. He indicated that staff and stu- 
dents were identified by yellow name tags and were available to answer questions or give 
assistance. He spoke of the new Art Gallery located in the Rogers-Mallett House, one of 
the oldest houses in Cumberland County. He encouraged members of the Conference 
and visitors to tour the house on Friday between 1 1 :00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., when a guide 
would be present. He also spoke of the new golf driving ranges and referred to the na- 
ture trails that were available at all times for reflection and appreciation of the beauty of 
nature. Hendricks then asked Bill Lowdermilk to come forward and Bill received his usual 
round of applause for the tremendous amount of work and the number of hours that he 
puts into ^e preparations for Annual Conference. Hendricks stated that for all matters 
of ultimate concern. Bill Lowdermilk was the man to see. Bishop Minnick expressed ap- 
preciation to both Hendricks and Lowdermilk. 

Greetings: Bishop Minnick called upon Thelbert Torrey, who came to bring greet- 
ings to the Conference on behalf of the City of Fayetteville. He expressed sorrow that 
other pressing concerns kept the mayor from being present, but gave extreme gratitude 
for the privilege of bringing greetings on his behalf. He indicated that his heart had al- 
ready been strangely warmed and it was that spirit of the warm heart at Methodist College 
that added much to the City of Fayetteville. He spoke of some of the new additions to 
Fayetteville as it continues to grow and become an increasingly restored metropolis of 
both historic and economic significance to the State of North Carolina. 

Recognition of Host District Superintendent: Bishop Minnick presented Randall 
Baker to bring greetings to the Conference. Baker spoke of the rotational plan of having 
district hosts for the Conference and some of the things that his district had done. He 
brought greetings on behalf of the Elizabeth City District and welcomed the Conference 
to Fayetteville and to Methodist College. 

Organization of the Conference: Bishop Minnick recognized Conference 
Secretary Ted Wilson for rules concerning the organization of the Conference. Wilson 
presented the following motions: 

"1 move that the registration kept by the registrars at the registration tables be desig- 
nated and declared the official roll of the Conference; 

that the bar of the Conference be the main floor and the stage of Reeves Auditorium; 

that the program as contained in The Conference Program, Recommendations and 
Reports 1968 (as amended from time to time by the Chair) be the official program of the 
Conference; 

that the materials printed and published in Saddlebag be declared 'presented to the 
Conference' when distributed to the members, to satisfy Section VI, Paragraph 2, of the 
Rules of the Conference; 

that persons appearing on the program of the Conference be granted the privilege of 
the floor; 



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that the committees and jiersons printed on pages 8 and 9 of The Conference 
Program, Recommendations And Reports 1986 be elected." 

The motions were put to the Conference and were adopted. 

Report of the Committee on Conference Rules: Bishop A\innick presented 
James Coile to speak to certain changes that are being recommended. Coile spoke to 
these changes from last year. (For text see "Rules of Order and Procedure" in this Jour- 
nal.) Ernie Wendell rose to indicate that under one of the Rules the president of United 
Methodist Men should be included. Coile stated that it was not a deliberate omission. It 
just simply hadn't been in the Rules. 

Amendment Ernest J. Wendell moved "the inclusion of Conference president of 
United Methodist Men in item b of paragraph 1 0, Section IV." The motion was approved 
as an addition to the Conference Rules. 

Amendment James Coile moved that under Section Vi, paragraph 2, the wording 
be changed to read, "No resolutions shall be distributed later than the second night of the 
Conference." The motion passed. 

Coile noted a correction made in Section X with the addition of the word "after" follow- 
ing the words "on the next day..." 

The Rules were approved as amended and were adopted. 

Amendment: Bishop Minnick recognized James Earl Vann from Wilmington for a 
proposed addition to the Lay/Clergy Equalization Plan for Annual Conference. He wanted 
to add the following paragraph: "Add one college or university student from each United 
Methodist-related campus ministry within the bounds of the North Carolina Conference. 
Where no charge conference is held, a recommendation will be made to the district su- 
perintendent for appointment to Annual Conference." 

He noted additional lay persons needed for equalization of lay and clergy now come 
from these categories: Conference presidents of (JMW, GAAM, GMY, Young Adult Coun- 
cil, and Conference Lay Leader; All lay chairpersons of Conference boards and agencies; 
lay members of general boards; lay delegates to General Conference; lay delegates to 
Jurisdictional Conference; district lay leaders; district presidents, GAAM; district presidents, 
GMW; Diaconal AAinisters; presidents of our Conference colleges; two young persons from 
each district under age 25; one additional youth/young adult from each district, age 1 9 - 
30; additional lay members as needed from local churches. 

Conference Secretary Ted Wilson indicated that this was going to add an even greater 
representation. The question was asked whether this should lie on the table for 24 hours 
and the Bishop ruled that this was not that type of resolution. This was simply a motion. 
Bishop Minnick asked that the Vann motion be voted up or down. It was approved. 

Motion: Malloy Owen moved "that the Conference Secretary be asked to have in writ- 
ten form the entire law of the Conference concerning Lay/Clergy Equalization and that it 
be published in the Conference Journal by 1 989." The motion passed. 

Election of Conference Secretary: J. Allen Norris moved "to susp>end the Rules 
(Section IV, #6c) to permit the incumbent secretary to serve another term." He indicated 
that this would allow the nomination of the incumbent secretary so that he might con- 
tinue beyond the 8-year limit. The motion passed. Norris then placed in nomination the 
name of L. T. Wilson for Conference Secretary. Bishop Minnick requested further 
nominations. 

Bob Baldridge placed in nomination the name of James Coile. It was seconded. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Bishop Minnick recognized James Coile for a point of 
personal privilege. Coile stated that he had promised Ted Wilson that he would not run 



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against him and Coile turned down the nomination, stating that he would not serve in 
the position, if elected. 

Ted Wilson was elected unanimously and Bishop Minnick called on the Conference 
to give a standing ovation. It was done. 

Election, of Conference Statistician: William Sherman moved "that we suspend 
the Rules, Section IV, 7b, page 14, to permit the nomination of the incumbent statis- 
tician." It was sustained by a two-thirds vote. Sherman nominated David D. Traynham 
for Conference Statistician for the coming quadrennium. The Bishop asked if there were 
further nominations. 

Wallace Kirby nominated Kimsey King for Conference Statistician. 

William Sherman spoke in behalf of the nomination of D. D. Traynham. Wallace Kirby 
and Brian Gentle spoke for Kimsey King. A count vote was taken. Bishop Minnick 
declared the ballot closed. The votes were counted and Kimsey King was elected Con- 
ference Statistician. The motion was made to send D. D. Traynham a letter of apprecia- 
tion for his many years of faithful service. It was adopted by a standing vote of the 
Conference. 

Report of Agency Nondnation Procedures: Bishop AAinnick called on Belton 
Joyner to bring the repx^rt of Agency Nomination Procedures. Joyner gave the history 
behind this with the summation that each board and agency had decided how it wanted 
to assure inclusiveness among chairpersons. The report of agency plans was included in 
the packet at registration. Joyner stated that he felt that the agencies had fulfilled the will 
of the Conference and no further action was needed. 

Committee on Nominations: Joyner stated that the report of the Committee on 
Nominations to the 1 988 Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church had been 
distributed and would be taken up tomorrow after the people had time to study it. Joyner 
then showed each workbook that had been used to encounter this task in coordination 
with the plans of each agency and still be within the Conference guidelines and the 
guidelines of The Discipline and all other workbooks concerning boards and agencies. 
Six workbooks were used plus the actual report. Bishop Minnick stated that we would 
come back to that particular report on the next day. He requested that the people study 
the book tonight. 

Report of Nominations to Jurisdictional PooL J. Allen Norris brought the report 
from the JurisdicUonal Conference delegation for the Jurisdictional Pool. Certain chan- 
ges in General Conference legislation required adjustment in the prepared report and he 
requested that action be delayed until the next day. His request was granted. 

Composite Report of the District Superintendents: Bishop Minnick called upon 
James C. P. Brown to bring this report. Brown expressed appreciation for the work of 
other personnel in the Gnited Methodist Building for their help. (For complete text of the 
Brown report, see Section V of the Journal.) He was most eloquent in his comments. 
In the midst of his report. Brown called for the escorting of Mrs. Mary Ann Minnick to the 
platform and her recognition before the entire body. Gracious words were spoken on be- 
half of AArs. Minnick. Brown then highlighted the fact that the Statistician's report for this 
year showed a modest gain of 675 at a time when so many conferences are showing a 
loss of membership. He gave several examples of churches which had extraordinary 
growth in people who were received on profession of faith, and even churches of small 
membership had large increases in membership and also even larger average attendan- 
ces at worship. Brown spoke of the honor of Ernie Wendell being elected as the 
Southeastern Jurisdictional president of Gnited Methodist Men. Brown received a round 



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of applause as his eloquent and detailed report was completed, and appreciation was ex- 
pressed by the Conference and by Bishop A\innick. 

Report of the Laity: Bishop Minnick called upon J. Allen Morris , Jr., Conference 
Lay Leader, to begin the laity reports. 

Conference Lay Leader: Morris spoke to the need for lay activism in the church. He 
projected the possibility of The United Methodist Church being even greater, and our Con- 
ference being even greater, provided we can attack our problems positively. He cited 
through both p>arable and humorous story examples of how, when people think small, 
they tend to fail. When people attack a problem with enthusiasm, they will succeed. Mor- 
ris pointed out that we need to appreciate one another in love and in sincerity, if not al- 
ways in understanding. He emphasized the immediate need for personal enrichment 
through increased spirituality, through Bible reading, and genuine concern for the scrip- 
tures. Morris asked how much time we spend as laity and clergy in the search of God as 
the center of our being. Another positive point was the need to enrich and enliven the 
programs of the local church. When people recognize that the church is something that 
really commands attention, then there will be growth! The same, he stated, held true 
throughout all the areas of the church - a quality approach for a quality day - for an age 
that drew people to the church and thus to Christ and drew them because of the power 
to v^tness and not in spite of an attitude held by some churches that continue to relive 
the past. Do we focus on F>eople or problems? Do we serve or are we to be served? 

Report of United Methodist Mew Ernie Wendell brought the report of United 
Methodist Men, stating that he was fixed on the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the essence 
of service. As a Conference organization, the Gnited Methodist Men has the purpose to 
strengthen and unite men of faith in its mission, its evangelistic zeal, and its opportunities 
to contribute time, talent, and money to those less fortunate. (For complete text of the 
report, see Journal, Section V.) 

Report of United Methodist Women: Jane Johnson, president, brought the 
report of the work of Gnited Methodist Women. She spoke of the accomplishments of 
the past year and of the goals that were yet before the women. (For complete text of the 
report, see Journal, Section V.) 

Report of United Methodist Youth: The report was brought by Andy Sneed. He 
spoke of a genuine growth on the part of the youth as their experience of the Lord and 
their work on His behalf are constantly growing. He spoke of how deeply impressed he 
was about this. He paid tribute to the Conference staff which provided such great sup- 
fxjrt and spoke especially of the work of Pam Lineberger who had continued to work with 
the youth programs. (For complete text of the report, see Journal, Section V.) 

Report of the Council on Finance and Administration: Bishop Minnick called 
upon Samuel W. Dixon to bring the report which is contained on pages 68-73 of The 
Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1988. He made certain correc- 
tions which will be reflected in the 1 988 Journal. Corrections were made which reflect 
changes that were made by the General Conference. He stated that the big news was 
the changes in the Outreach Ministries Fair Share formula. A video was planned at this 
time but the Bishop asked that we hold this off until the next day. 

Hymn: The Bishop called for the singing of Lift High the Cross from the sampler of 
the new Gnited Methodist Hymnal, recently adopted. 

Announcements: Conference SecretaryTed Wilson made announcements. Bishop 
Minnick expressed special appreciation to Edward Morton, organist for the afternoon. 

Benediction: Bishop Minnick gave the benediction and the Conference was in recess 
until the evening session. 

FIRST DAY, EVENING SESSION, Thursday, June 16, 1988 

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At 8:00 p.m., the Conference was convened for worship with Bishop Roy C. Clark 
preaching. Special music was rendered by the Queen Street United Methodist Church 
Choir in Klnston. (For a synopsis of the entire service see the worship bulletin, A Service 
of Worship, Thursday, June 16, 1988.) 

SECOND DAY, MORNING SESSION, Friday, June 17, 1988 

Holy Communiorv The Sacrament of Holy Communion was celebrated at 7:30 a.m., 
Wednesday, in Hensdale Chapel, led by David L. Harvin. 

Conference Called to Order: Bishop AAinnick called the Conference to order at 8:30 
a.m. 

Announcements: Secretary Ted Wilson made announcements. 

Bible Study: After calling for the singing of Come We That Love the Lord and Fill My 
Cup, Lord from the new United Methodist Hymnal sampler, and following a prayer, Bishop 
Minnick began his Bible Study devoted to a most devout, intriguing, and well-presented 
study of the Book of Revelation. The Bishop concluded the first part of his study of Revela- 
tion with the announcement that he would concern himself with the millennium tomor- 
row. The Bible Study was exceedingly interesting and understandable - a marvelous 
treatment of a most difficult book of the Bible. 

Recess: A brief recess was called for the Conference to reseat itself and stretch as we 
got ready for the activities of business. 

Conference Reconvened: The Conference was called to order by Bishop Minnick. 

Recognition of the 1000th Anniversary of the Russian Orthodox Church: Joe 
AAann presented /Ars. Carlisle Harvard, who works with the international students at Duke 
Gniversity, to bring a message of greeting - a thousand years of struggle - and a struggle 
with atheism that was the official statement of the state. She indicated the strength of that 
church and how we should look to it as an example of survival in hard times and take it 
as a challenge for us to continue, grow and develop a strength, a wisdom, and a belief 
that would sustain. Her presentation was received with obvious love and enthusiasm. 

Report of the Committee on Minutes: Thomas Holtsclaw gave the report and 
moved acceptance of the Minutes for the preceding day which had h>een reviewed by the 
committee. It was so ordered by the Conference. 

Report of the Conference Statistician: Brother D. D. Traynham received a stand- 
ing ovation as he took the podium and received an expression of appreciation by the Con- 
ference for the 35 years that he had served as statistician. Mr. Traynham wished Kimsey 
King success as he assumed the office. Traynham referred to the statistician's report on 
pages 1 24 - 1 26 of The Conference Progran\, Reconvnendations emd Reports 1988. He 
lifted up the report and some of its statements and objectives, indicating places where the 
increases had occurred and those where the declines had occurred, emphasizing yet a 
net increase in the membership of the church. At the conclusion of the report, he received 
the appreciation of the Bishop and others. The Bishop announced that this was Brother 
Traynham's 58th Annual Conference and that he had been statistician since 1 953. 

Continuation of the Report of the Council on Finance and Administration: 
Samuel W. Dixon resumed the report from the preceding day. The video interpreting the 
uses of financial resources for the work of Christ was announced and presented. 

Dixon spoke to section 2 of the Report on page 68 of The Conference Program, 
Reconvnendations and Reports 1966. Dixon spoke to the change in the Fair Share Ap- 
portionment calculation. It was moved. 

Tom Faggart made a motion concerning the Fair Share Apportionments. The motion 
was seconded. Faggart spoke to the problems of the churches not being the same size 



and configuraUon; therefore, the proposed formula could cause drastic inequiUes. Dixon 
gave a word of explanation why the Faggart amendment would not work. The vote was 
taken and the amendment lost. 

Amendment: Stan Smith rose to bring an amendment: "1 move that Council on 
Finance and Administration obtain from their auditors, McGladrey, Hendrickson & Pul- 
len detailed, or any manner CFA deems appropriate, exact directions for local church 
treasurers reporting the minister's 1 099 to IRS and this information be distributed by the 
Conference treasurer to all local church treasurers in the most expeditious and feasible 
manner." The Motion was approved with Smith's amendment. 

Amendment: Stan Smith presented a second motion regarding the travel exclusion 
policy: "Believing the travel exclusion for p>astor's travel in calculating the apportionments 
Df the Fair Share askings is legitimate; and since the travel exclusion figure has stayed 
relatively the same since it was first instituted while actual cost of pastor's travel has risen 
sach year, I therefore move that this exclusion be increased annually on an incremental 
tjasis determined by Council on Finance and Administration until this figure matches the 
Conference average for the travel allowance for ministers." 

The motion passed. 

Barton W. Baldwin from Mount Olive offered a motion concerning the budget at this 
time but it was defeated. 

Amendment Dennis P. Levin moved "on page 68, Section 11, Item 1 (second sen- 
tence) delete 'exceed' and replace it with 'increase in excess of." This was approved 
without dissenting vote. 

Section II was moved and approved as a whole. Dixon then moved Section III of the 
report on page 69 - 70 of The Conference Program, Reconvnendations and Reports 
1968. It was approved without dissent. Dixon moved Section V of the report. It was ap- 
proved without dissent. 

Election of Conference Treasurer: Dixon moved Section VII of the report, nominat- 
ing Herb Stout for the office of Conference treasurer for the quadrennium. Stout was 
elected. 

Scott Washington caUed for consideration of a resolution opposing hazardous waste 
treatment plants in North Carolina. After consultation, the Bishop ruled the matter in order 
Eind the resolution was spoken to by Washington. He spoke to his resolution discussing 
pollution, and specifically to having a hazardous waste treatment plant in Morth Carolina. 
Jimmy Williams spoke against the resolution. 

G. Robert McKenzie requested that the resolution be referred to Church and Society 
for an in-depth study. Clyde Dunn spoke against the motion to refer. Jim Coile spoke in 
favor of referral but the motion was defeated. 

The Washington resolution was called. A vote was taken, but there was confusion 
about eligibility to vote. After the Bishop explained the rules regarding who could and 
could not vote, he called for another vote and another count. After the second vote was 
taken, the resolution was defeated. 

Motion: Elton Hendricks brought the following motion: "Because of the closeness of 
the vote, the complexity of the issue, and the long-term implications for our society, the 
issue of toxic waste disposal needs continuing study. I move that the Board of Church 
arKJ Society be charged with the responsibility of conducting a continuing study of the 
issue and reporting to the Annual Conference at our next session." Steve Hickle of the 
Board of Church and Society spoke in favor of it and upon vote, it was supported by the 
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Report of the Board ofDiRComU Ministry: Bishop A\innick presented Carol Dell 
to give the report. The report as found on pages 54 - 55 of The Conference Program, 
Reconvnendations and Reports 1 988 was presented, continuing for information through 
the top of page 60. Carol Dell spoke to the study of a proposed 1 989 salary scale for lay 
certified professionals and diaconal ministers. She emphasized that this was simply a 
guideline and a suggestion, but it had been worked on with great care. The report weis 
moved for acceptance and it was accepted. Carol Dell called to the stage Bess Sawyer for 
recognition of recertification and of the jxjsition she will be taking as Director of Music, 
Queen Street Church in Kinston. She received a round of applause. 

Report of the Methodist Board of Publication: C. Alison Simonton, editor of the 
North Carolina Christian Advocate, brought the report, recognizing that George Johnson 
was now president of the Methodist Board of Publication. It was the first time that both 
the president and the editor were from the same conference. Simonton presented Cecil 
Robbins in honor of all of his work and specifically for his having been at one time editor 
of The Advocate. Robbins received a round of applause. Simonton also encouraged more 
subscriptions from the Morth Carolina Conference, alluding to the fact that some dry 
bones needed to get busy and turn intO/Aduocate subscriptions. The report was received 
with appreciation and applause. 

Report of the Black College Fund: The report was given by Gloria R. Scott, presi- 
dent of Bennett College. She gave thanks for the opportunity to speak and listed the col- 
leges that took part in the fund. 

Rufus Stark rose to pay tribute to Bennett College and its usefulness to our Conference 
and its meaning to the state. He addressed his remarks specifically to Dr. Scott as she 
completed her report. A round of applause was accorded both. 

Recommendations of the Conference Council on Ministries: Bishop AAinnick 
called upon Beiton Joyner to take the podium to bring the report. This included pages 
29 - 47 of The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1988. Joyner stated 
that item 27 on page 40 would not be before us, as it was an informational matter eind 
was not a program recommendation. Section I was proposed and adopted. The 1 988 
Supplemental Recommendations were moved and adopted. The 1 989 Program Recom- 
mendations for Local Church Consideration, pages 30 - 35, were before us with changes 
that would be required by action of the General Conference to be included in the final 
text. 

Amendment: Paul Stallsworth moved that on page 35 we add "Item L62: That each 
local church consider conducting a study of The Articles of Religion of the Methodist 
Church.' The study might use as a resource. Doctrinal Standards In The Wesleyan Tradi- 
tion (Francis Asbury Press/Zondervan, 1 988) by Thomas C. Oden. To be taught by the 
pastor." It was accepted by Joyner and supported by the Conference. 

Amendment: Paul Stallsworth moved the addition of "L63: That each local church 
consider holding a discussion, or series of discussions, on abortion and the Church. To 
he implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council." Stallsworth spoke 
to his intention about openness in the discussion of controversial matters. It was adopted. 

Amendment' James Coile moved the addition of "L64: That each local church shall 
consider sponsoring and/or supporting 'Special Olympics.' To b>e implemented by the 
Council on AAinistries/Administrative Council." It was approved. 

Amendment: Robert Pullman rose to amend L51 : "Under L51 of the COM report, that 
a period be placed after the word 'representative' and that the rest of the sentence be 
deleted; and that a new section be listed under 1 989 Policy Recommendations, namely, 
The Methodist Board of Publication. Inc. . which shall read 'that if the North Carolina Chris- 



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Ian Advocate representative be elected by the charge conference, that person be chosen 
rom the members at large of the Administrative Board/Administrative Council.'" The mo- 
ion was adopted. 

Amendment: Scott C. Washington proposed the addition of "L66: That each local 
hurch consider having a study about pollution and ecology. To be implemented cind 
Linded by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council." It was approved. 

The entire report of local church progreim recommendations was placed before the 
)ody as amended and it was approved. 

Joyner introduced the district program recommendations. 

Motion: Charles Litzenberger moved "that each district Council on A\inistries consider 
(lacing a North Carolina Christian Advocate in nursing homes, retirement homes, hospi- 
als, and public libraries within each district." The motion was adopted. 

Motion: W. Stanley Smith moved "that each district COM support the Cape Fear Walks 
Emmaus in the spring and fall and that the dates be obtained from the Lay Director of 
he Cape Fear Emmaus community." It was adopted. 

The 1 989 Program Recommendations for District Consideration, pages 35 - 37, were 
)efore us. They were adopted. 

The 1 989 Program Recommendations Directed to the Annual Conference, bottom of 
)age 37 through top of page 44, were before us. 

A motion regarding making campmeeting an annual event was made by Thomas S. 
"leek, Sr. from Hertford. It was received, discussed, then rejected. 

A question was raised by Robert Pullman. 

Amendment: Jimmy F. Cummings moved "that we amend A55 on page 44 by delet- 
ng the words 'ethnic minority.'" The motion carried. 

Amendment: W. Edward Privette moved "that a seminar on the Multiple Staff Church 
>e held in 1 989 with nationally known leadership to assist in development of the unique 
esources of the large church in staffing, financing, programming, and missional out- 
each opportunities. To be funded by the Board of Evangelism, Board of Missions, and 
hrough participant fees. To be implemented jointly by the Board of Evangelism and the 
ioard of Missions." TTie motion was adopted. 

Order of the Day: The Bishop observed that it was now time for the retired and retir- 
ng ministers' luncheon, and therefore, the order of the day was called. 

Announcements: Conference Secretary Wilson made several announcements. 

Adjournment: Bishop Minnick declared the Conference adjourned until 1 :25 p.m. 
or the afternoon session. 

SECOND DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Friday, June 17, 1988 

Conference Convened: The Conference was called to order. The Bishop spoke 
o the problem of the fact that we were behind in our business and encouraged the Con- 
erence to move along expeditiously. 

Motion: Albert Shuler moved that all speeches be limited to two minutes. It was 
idopted unanimously. 

Return to the Recommendations of the Conference Council on Ministries: 
Jelton Joyner took the podium and moved the sections on pages 44 and 45 but was 
uled out of order on the grounds that we had to go back and finish the business being 
liscussed before the adjournment for the noonday meal. 

Amendment: Roderic L. Mullen moved an amendment to item A5, page 38: "After 
hie words 'other Protestant traditions,' add the words 'Eastern Orthodox,' so that the com- 



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plete sentence reads: That there be ongoing dialogue opportunities among United 
Methodists, other Protestant traditions, Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholics, and Jews.'" 
It was approved. 

AmendmenL Joseph M. Berne from Camp Lejeune moved "that the Board of Health 
and Welfare Ministries develop educational and promotional material to assist persons in 
the local church to understand better persons with terminally ill conditions and how to 
minister to them." This was to become item A33b on page 40. The motion was adopted. 
The 1 989 Program Recommendations Directed to the Annual Conference section 
was then approved in its entirety as amended. 

The 1 989 Program Recommendations Directed to Other Agencies items regarding 
other agerx:ies, on pages 44 and 45, were put before the Conference. They were moved 
and adopted. 

The 1 989 Policy Recommendations: Joyner then presented the Policy Recommen- 
dations, pages 45-47. They were moved and adopted. That portion of the report was 
declared completed by Belton Joyner. 

Chairter Change for CCOM: David Banks came to the microphone to present the 
charter change, referring to the pink sheet which had been handed out the day before: 
"Delete the following paragraph: 'Council on Young Adult Ministries - Membership shall 
be composed of the following: the district coordinators of young adult ministries, and 
either one lay person or one clergy person from each district so that there will be one lay 
p>erson and one clergy person from each district (one of whom shall be a young adult), 
to be nominated by the district superintendent.' Add this new paragraph: 'Council on 
Young Adult Ministries - Membership shall be comprised of one clergy and one lay rep- 
resentative from each district plus the campus minister from each college or university 
with a United Methodist campus ministry and/or a Wesley Foundation campus ministry." 
The action was an amendment to the Charter of the Conference Council on Ministries. 
There was no discussion. It was adopted. 

Report of the Committee on Nominations: Belton Joyner returned to the pxxlium 
to present the report. Mark Kasper moved that Bob Bergland take the place of Elizabeth 
Oxendine on the Board of Worship, page 33. The substitution was made. 

James Brown asked that the name of Clark Barfield, page 7, Christian Unity and In- 
terreligious Concerns, be replaced by Scott C. Washington. It was adopted. \ 

David S. Fischler moved the placement of the name of Christian Kraatz in place of Bar- 
bara McClure on the Board of Worship, page 33. This failed and it is not substituted. 

W. Arthur Warren made an editorial correction. 

The report of the Committee on Nominations to the 1 988 Annual Conference was 
adopted. 

Belton Joyner moved the election of the District Lay Leaders as required by the Con- 
ference rules. They were elected. 

Nominees for District Boards of Trustees and District Committees on Superintenden- 
cy were noted. For those who had not had a district conference and were approved as 
distributed, the Conference approved these presented to the Conference and those who 
were on file in the Council Director's office. 

Nominations to Jurisdictional Pool: Nominees were presented and read to the 
Conference, and would lay on the table until the next day. 

Report of the Duke Endowment: Albert F. Fisher presented the report. He ex- 
pressed his enthusiasm and sense of pleasure at being able to present this report. He in- 
dicated that the work of the Duke Endowment became more exciting each year. He spoke 



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of the Duke Endowment Charter. He spoke of how the Endowment had provided a half 
million dolleirs during the past year for grants for building and improving new rural chur- 
ches. He also spoke of the wisdom of tAi. Duke and the many other implications of Chris- 
tian service provided through the Endowment. (Full text of this report will be found in 
Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Capital Funds Plans Councit The order of the day was called. 
Bishop Minnick asked for the presenters of the Plans Council recommendation. He called 
upon Harry Gatton to preside. He presented the recommendations as outlined on page 
27-30 of The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1988. Gatton 
presented Beth Morris to the Conference to make a statement on behalf of Camping Min- 
istries. Charles Carpenter spoke of what the funds would do - including the division of 
$8,000,000 into half, with half to go to camping and half to go to church extension. The 
church extension money would be allocated $3,000,000 to purchase new church sites 
and make new church construction grants. $500,000 would be for the redevelopment 
of existing congregations and $500,000 for salary support for clergy at new churches. In 
terms of church extension, it was indicated that this money would be set up as endow- 
ments with a minimal use of principal so that it would last over many years. It was placed 
before the Conference for debate. 

James Coile moved suspension of the rules to give more time for discussion. The 
rules were suspended. Coile moved that the speeches be limited to 5 minutes. It was 
seconded and passed. 

Jean Haislip from Goldsboro moved to make a motion to allow pledges for either 
course. Stan Smith spoke against the motion because of its divisiveness. Floyd Evans 
of the Plans Council made a speech that we had been telling people that the money would 
be divided 50/50 and he felt that it would be 50/50 in order to keep faith with what had 
been told the people in preparation. The motion failed. 

Winton Rankin from Zebulon spoke against the plan and said he felt that it was incon- 
sistent. Time was called on the speech against the proposal. Bill Simpson spoke for the 
campaign but asked about the timing and wondered if it had to be done in November of 
this year and could not wait until January or February of next year. Other questions were 
asked about timing. Tom Collins responded that the United Methodist organization that 
would help with the campaign could allocate their best personnel most effectively if it was 
done by the schedule suggested. Also he reminded the Conference that this would avoid 
a church's having two campaigns in one year. 

E. W. Gore from Tabor City attempted a motion for secret ballot. After discussion, the 
Bishop said that motion should be made after the decision was made to take the vote. 

Bruce Pate made a speech for the campaign. 

Langill Watson proposed a motion to change the chronology of the campaign - to 
move it back four months - with the campaign targeted for February or AAarch. David 
Brownlee spoke against the change in chronology. Bill Simpson spoke for and Maness 
AAitchell spoke against the Watson amendment. The motion was defeated. 

Pat Herring of Siler City questioned the amount of $500,000 for redevelopment indi- 
cated on page 29 of The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1988. 
She spoke as though this was a new asking but was reminded that it had been there from 
the beginning. Michele Merchant spoke in behalf of the campaign. 

Frank Berkes from Durham gave a detailed account of his experience through church 
extension. 

The previous question on all that is before us was called. It was sustained. Again a 
i secret ballot was called for by E. W. Gore but a secret ballot was not supported. Belton 



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Joyner gave closing statement from the Plans CouncU. The question was called and by 
a wide margin the vote was in favor of the Capital Funds Campaign as is with no further 
changes. 

Point of Personal Privilege: James C. P. Brown announced that the Cabinet and 
the Bishop had already made their pledges before the vote was taken. The total was an- 
nounced as over $11 2,000. This was received with applause. 

Break: Bill Cottingham asked that there be a five-minute singing break taken. During 
this period, hymns were sung by the body assembled and it was obvious that they were 
hymns of praise and celebration for the historic action taken by this 1 988 North Carolina 
Annual Conference of The Gnited Methodist Church in deciding to embark upon this 
momentous campaign. 

Jerry Lowry raised a question about the total number of delegates registered. Secretary 
Wilson stated that over 1 800 had been sent invitations. The question was asked, "How 
many seats are there in the auditorium?" The answer was, "1 ,1 04." There was a request 
that the Conference Committee on Entertainment look into better seating arrangements 
so that all members of the Conference might be able to be seated at the Ume of a vote 
as persons were standing in the halls. 

Procedures for Pastoral Support for Proposed New Congregations: Caswell 
Shaw presented the proposal. (For full text see Section V of the Journal.) 

Amendment: Robert Pullman moved: To add in the third paragraph following 20%, 
'of the initial grant' and add in the last p>aragraph following 20%, 'of the initial grant.'" It 
was accepted by the Board of Missions. The report was approved as amended. 

Testimonial: Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: Margaret Harper from South- 
port came to give a testimonial on behalf of The Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. She 
asked Langill Watson to come and stand with her. Margaret Harper discussed the con- 
clusion of the long range plan to provide a retirement home uithin easy driving distance 
of everybody wWhin the Conference and gave a testimony to the work that had been done 
from 1952-1986. Langill Watson also spoke on behalf of the Methodist Retirement 
Homes. 

Motion: Bill Sherman moved that the helpful portions of the statements by Margaret 
Harper and Langill Watson be published in the Coordinated Mailing and also in The North 
Carolina Christian Advocate. It was adopted. 

Harvey Johnson attempted a motion that the Bishop of the North Carolina Conference 
appoint a committee of no less than 5 nor more than 7, of whom one will be an expert 
in the field and outside the Conference, and that no more than two be members or former 
members of the Board of Trustees; that the committee study the operation and manage- 
ment of the total concept of the Homes' mission and relation to the North Carolina Con- 
ference. Joe Parker spoke against the motion. The question was called, the vote was 
taken, and the Bishop ruled that it did not carry. 

Report from the General Conference: Bishop Minnick called on Allen Norris, Jr., 
to bring a report from the 1 988 session of the General Conference of The Gnited Methodist 
Church, held in St. Louis, April 26 - May 6, 1 988. The delegation joined Norris on the 
stage. (For an extension of his remarks, refer to the Journal, Section V.) After he finished 
the report, Norris presented the Bishop with a photograph of Bishop Minnick presiding 
at General Conference. This concluded the report on General Conference. 

Report of Board of Managers, North Carolina Pastors' School' Charles 
Michael Smith gave the report. (For complete text, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report of the Board of Pensions: J. Donald Phillips gave the report and made the 
necessary corrections. Report A was moved and passed. Report B was approved. Report 



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C was approved. Report D was moved with the understanding that the study that had 
been ordered by the Conference last year be held until it could be completely examined 
by the Board of Pensions and reported back to the Conference next year. Report D was 
passed. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Whit Warren rose to a point of personal privilege. He 
asked about the pxjssible service of Lynn Wall on the Board of Pensions. He had been 
told that she could not serve because as a widow she was a recipient of benefits from the 
Board. The Bishop ruled this out of order at the time. 

James Coile rose to state that all members of The Gnited Methodist Church should 
not be deprived because of status of service on any board or agency. The Bishop 
responded that he would make a ruling before the end of Conference. 

The report as a whole was voted and it was adopted. 

Report of the Conference Board of Trustees: Myron C. Banks gave the report. 
Banks felt that the Conference Board of Trustees was able to repxDrt the Conference in 
excellent shape. 

The Board of Trustees gave a report on the Study of the Gnited Methodist Building 
and the fact that the only way that the vacant space could be used would be to go ahead 
and remove the asbestos and take up the options of people who had long-term leases in 
mind. As a result, the asbestos was ordered removed so that rental could be made. The 
cost of removing the asbestos and repairing has been about $300,000 and has been 
covered by funds accumulated and by an emergency appropriation from CFA. Mew les- 
sees will soon be moving into the renovated building. (For complete text of the report of 
the Conference Board of Trustees, see Section V of the Journal.) 

Report on Study of Gnited Methodist Building: The feasibility study of relocat- 
ing Conference headquarters, ordered by last year's Annual CorTference, was long and 
detailed and impartial. It was discovered that the least exp>ensive proposal was to stay in 
the present location with the asbestos removal and necessary repairs. Myron Banks noted 
others who had helped with the Committee, including William H. Gattis, AAargaret 
Saunders, Ruth Harper, Paul Edwards, Laura Little, Whit Warren, Allen Morris, Jerry Lowry, 
Charles Mercer, Grace Black, and Earle Merrill, along with the members of the Board of 
Trustees. The entire report, including pages 92-95 of The Conference Program. Recom- 
mendations and Reports 1988, was placed before the Conference. 

A lay member from Raleigh, Charles Holland, made a motion against the proposal of 
doing any rehabilitation to the old building but his motion failed. 

Questioiv Maness Mitchell asked if there was any plan or provision for providing 
more space for the operation of the Conference and for the Conference staff in the im- 
mediate future. A«\itchell reminded Banks that last year it was stated that the Conference 
needed 4,000 square feet of new space for Conference activities. He wondered why more 
of the building could not be used. Banks responded that the rental of the rest of the space 
would be needed to pay for the rest of the renovation of the building and its upkeep. 

AAaness Mitchell then moved that The Morth Carolina Conference be provided with 
4,000 square feet or more for expcinsion as needed from the space formerly leased. It 
was seconded. Dennis Campbell spoke against the motion. Following further discus- 
sion the motion failed. 

A question was asked concerning whether the parsonages and their sale and reac- 
quisition in other location was considered. The answer by Banks was, "Yes." 

Barton W. Baldwin from Mount Olive attempted a motion concerning repayment of 
asbestos removal exp>enses but the motion failed. 



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Charles Holland from Raleigh attempted a motion to table but there was no second. 

James Coile rose to state that he wished that our Gnited Methodist Building in Raleigh 
had been built with a facade as a symbol of The Church rather than the structure we have 
today and he wished we could have a new building somewhere else to reflect the symbol 
but he realized this to be wishful thinking. The report of the Board of Trustees, without 
further emendation, was voted. It was adopted. 

Report of Task Force on Congregatiomd Development and Church Growth: 
Bishop Minnick called on W. Edward Privette to bring the report. The report is found on 
pages 1 00-1 01 in The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1 968. (For 
extended remarks, see Section V of the Journal.) The report was adopted. 

Announcements: Conference Secretary Ted Wilson made announcements. 

Adjournment: Bishop Minnick announced that the Conference was adjourned until 
7:30 p.m. 

SECOND DAY, EVENING SESSION, Friday, June 17, 1988, 

AN EVENING OF CELEBRATION, 

VITAL CONGREGATIONS - FAFTHFOL DISCIPLES 

Invocation: The Mass Choir of 100 members op>ened this evening of uplift and 
celebration at 7:30 p.m. with the Introit, Psalm 1 50 by John Harper. The invocation was 
given by Bishop C. P. /Ainnick, Jr. , followed by the singing of several hymns of The Church, 
including The Church's One Foundation, I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord, Jesus, with Thy 
Church Abide, and Onward Then, Ye People. 

Service of Recognition of Clergy Who Are Retiring: Following the singing, 
Bishop Minnick announced the Service of Recognition of Clergy Who Are Retiring and 
called upon J. Donald Phillips to present the 1 988 retirees. Phillips stated that before the 
beginning of the service they had added the total number of years represented in service 
on the stage among those retiring. The total came to 583 years. Before the service, retir- 
ing clergy spouses had been presented with orchid corsages. Each retiring clergy person 
in turn gave his own testimony - some humorous, some filled with a master stroke of 
beauty, some with the obvious love for Jesus which all expressed, but all gave their sense 
of appreciation and joy in the service they had had within the Morth Carolina Conference 
of The Gnited Methodist Church. As each finished. Bishop Minnick shook hands with 
them, and then when all had completed, The Doxology was sung. 

United Methodist Publishing House: James Busby represented the Gnited 
Methodist Publishing House as director of the Charlotte Area and spoke of the work and 
necessity of loyalty to the Publishing House, for the Publishing House was the servant of 
The Church. All profits from the sale of books from The Gnited Methodist Publishing 
House are redistributed equitably to the Annual Conferences to help the retirement an- 
nuities of retired servants of the Lord through the ministry of Jesus Christ. He presented 
the check, whiich will supplement the retirement fund within the Conference. 

Busby introduced Mary Louise (Lou) Braswell who is to be the new manager of the 
Cokesbury Book Store in Raleigh. He encouraged everyone to patronize the store. A\iss 
Braswell was received with applause. Busby explained that she was the daughter of Ker- 
mit and Alice Braswell of our own Conference. 

Busby then spoke of some of the new projects of Cokesbury, including a multi-unit 
Bible study, a newT.V. ministry through a channel, the new hymnal which he encouraged 
people to order early and save by placing a cash order for the hymnal, and many other 
books which were being released as new stores were constantly being opened. Then he 
presented the check to Bishop AMnnick for $14,738.92 for the retirement fund. 



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Scholarship Presentations: Thomas G. MeMn made the presentations. The 
Blackburn Scholarship, for $5,000 over a four-year period, went to Julie Baird from 
Roanoke Rapids who will be attending North Carolina Wesleyan College. Next was the 
scholarship established by Bishop William R. Cannon - The Cannon Scholarship - to be 
presented to those persons who planned to be ordained ministers. The scholarship is the 
equivalent of ten percent of the earnings of the principal less ten percent to be added to 
the principal. This year's scholarship was presented to Timothy Scott Taylor from Louis- 
burg who is attending Louisburg College. Other scholarships came through the route of 
the Student Day offering. Scholarships provided the following persons an opportunity 
for continuation in their education: Shawn Hurley from Fayetteville and Pamela Sue 
Woodall from Raeford. 

Presentation of Charters to New Congregations: Thomas A. Collins presented 
charters to new congregations which had been made possible through a variety of ways. 
These charters went to Richard P. Wilkerson, pastor of Genesis Church in Gary; to Jerry 
Lowry and Ray Brooks, who will serve at West Robeson; to Ellen Metcalf, pastor of 
Evergreen; to Leroy Worth, who will serve the Southeast Raleigh Ministry; to Sam Wynn, 
who will serve the Native American /Ministries in the Fayetteville area; and to Mark Lykins, 
who vAll serve a church to be formed along Highway 98 in Durham. 

During all of this, there was an opportunity for worship, singing, and great anthems 
of the church. Each portion of these special services was separated by an antiphonal 
singing o\AUelaial and praising God. 

Lag Person of the Year Award: Perhaps one of the highest moments of the eve- 
ning came in the presentation of the Lay Person of the Year Award by Conference Lay 
Leader J. Allen Norris, Jr. The award went to William Foster Jacobs of the Rockingham 
District, a man of abiding faith and sacrificial living, a member of the Sandy Plains Church 
in Robeson County. Jacobs came to the podium and received his award, along with mem- 
bers of his family and his church, giving praise only to God and to his Lord and Savior, 
Jesus Christ. 

Other honored disti-ict lay persons were Elma Hawkins from Burlington District, Fred 
Rivers from Durham District, Juanita Davenport from Elizabeth City District, Kathryn G. 
Bundy from Fayetteville Disti-ict, Floyd Evans from Goldsboro Disti-ict, Sara M. Stocks from 
Greenville District, Georgia B. Wertman from New Bern Distiict, Mildred Fry from Raleigh 
District, Thelma B. Cooke from Rocky Mount Disti-ict, Frances and Jimmy Roberts from 
Sanford Disti-ict, and Jeanne Rouse from Wilmington Distiict. The Conference gracious- 
ly accepted these lay p>ersons with appropriate responses. 

Recognition of Chaplains: The evening service moved to the recognition of 
chaplains by AAilford Oxendine, Jr., giving a description of their duties and tiieir ministiy 
and the calling of the roll. The Conference responded with appreciation. 

Bishop AAinnick took Uie podium to also recognize Uiose other faitiiful disciples - the 
members of the staff that serve our entire CJnited Methodist CopJerence and members of 
the Cabinet - who work closely with him in the ministry of districts throughout the North 
Carolina Annual Conference. He acknowledged Charles Bryant for six years on the Coun- 
cil on Ministries staff, and presented a new staff member, Albert Shuler. The Bishop 
thanked outgoing Distiict Superintendent, Charles M. Smith, and intioduced new District 
Superintendent, J. Malloy Owen III. 

The evening ended with the benediction, \he choral response, The Lord Bless You 
and Keep You, and the hymn, God ofEu'ry Generation. 

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Holy Communion: The Sacrament of Holy Communion was celebrated in Hensdale 
Chapel at 7:30 a.m., with Gerry G. Davis as leader. 

Conference Convened: Bishop C. P. A%inick, Jr., greeted everyone with a cheery, 
"Good morning!" The Conference responded. Bishop Minnick then called for the singing 
of the hymn, Come Ye That Looe the Lord. The Conference assembled responded with 
great joy. 

Bible Study: The Bishop turned to the second portion of his study of the Book of 
Revelation. Gpxsn the conclusion of the study, the Bishop received applause from the 
congregation. TTiis was indeed a highly momentous event to have in just two mornings 
presented one of the most difficult books of the Bible and have them so clearly repre- 
sented so that they were understandable to everyone present. 

Conference Business Convened: Bishop Minnick called on the Conference to be 
in order so that the day's work might begin. 

Announcement: Bishop Minnick reported that Lynn Wall was indeed eligible to serve 
on the Board of Pensions, even though she was receiving benefits therefrom. 

Report of the General Council on Ministries: The Bishop called on Allen Morris 
to present this report. (See Section V in the Journal.) 

Jurisdictional Pool Election: Morris also presented the nominatior^ for the Juris- 
dictional Conference pool. He asked for nominations from the floor. From the lay per- 
sons, Ernie Wendell asked that his name be taken off, since he was already on a General 
Commission. He nominated Frank Berkes to take his place. With that one change, the 
nominations were approved. 

NominatioTV Allen Morris presented the following: "The Morth Carolina Annual Con- 
ference nominates Joseph B. Bethea for the episcopacy, acknowledging the full endorse- 
ment of the Annual Conference Jurisdictional delegation, appreciative of the high level of 
support seen across the jurisdiction, and convinced that he carries well the finest marks 
of episcopal leadership." It was done. Joseph Bethea was recognized with a round of ap- 
plause. 

Joseph Bethea asked for the privilege to speak and it was accorded by the Bishop. 
Bethea expressed his appreciation to the Annual Conference and to the delegates and to 
the members across its boundaries for their concern for him, the mutuality of love, and 
his desire to make whatever contribution he could - be it here, or if he should happen to 
be elected to the episcopacy, he would attempt to be a good and faithful steward of the 
Lord Jesus Christ and always indebted to his brothers and sisters in Christ in the Morth 
Carolina Annual Conference. 

Report of the Southeastern Jurisdiction Council on Ministries and Lake 
Junaluska Assembly: Bishop Minnick called upon Reginald Ponder to give the report 
and also of the Lake Junaluska Assembly. Ponder expressed his personal appreciation 
for those who had represented the Conference with great skill and devotion - Bishop fAin- 
nick, Margaret Saunders, Albert F. Fisher, and others who had served along with him and 
had guided and aided him. (For full text of the report, see Section V of the Journal.) 
Ponder gave special thanks for this Conference's support of the Jurisdictional Administra- 
tion Fund. The proposed changes in the Jurisdictional Conference structure were 
presented and Ponder indicated that Bishop Minnick as well as Bishop Duffey had worked 
diligently on this report and he commended it to the delegates from this Conference to 
support it. 

Testimoni3± Habitat for Humanity:3\shop Minnick introduced William L. Bingham 
to bring the report. A report showing what had been done in Raleigh and Wake County 
through the work of Edenton Street United Methodist Church was presented as an ex- 



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ample. A copy of The Bridge Builder, the Robeson County Church and Community 
Center publication, was distributed to show a typical diagram of a habitat dwelling. This 
alternative low-cost housing will provide housing for many who have never had it - through 
the work of Christians and churches of all denominations throughout many conferences 
and many churches all over the nation as this unique program grows. 

A video tape was presented to the Conference and then the testimony from two people 
living in an initial habitat dwelling. Following the video presentation, fAi. and Mrs. Leon 
Smith, who are occupants of the new habitat home, gave their own personal testimony 
as to how much it meant to them. Their comments were received by the Conference with 
great appreciation and no small emotion at what can be done when Christians work 
together to help others in need. Their remarks were among the most exciting of the Con- 
ference and were received with a rousing standing round of applause. 

Bingham presented James CoUe who introduced the Lackeys who are working with 
Habitat in Haiti. Emmit McCall stated that if this Conference had accomplished no more 
than we had heard in the last few minutes, it would have been worth it all! There was a 
response with great applause. 

Resolution on Social Justice in Robeson County: The Bishop recognized Nancy 
Best to present a resolution distributed the preceding day concerning Robeson County. 
The resolution was placed before the Conference. 

Robert Rudd spoke in favor of the sentiment, but against the wording of the resolu- 
tion. 

Amendment: Robert Rudd moved "to delete "Whereas Billy McKellar' and insert 
'support of the intention ... we must disapprove of their methods of achieving their goal.'" 
The motion passed. 

Floyd Evans made a motion to table the resolution and amendments but the motion 
to table failed. 

Amendment: George C. Megill moved "that the "Whereas Billy McKellar died' be put 
at the end of the whereas, or after 'information concerning the jDOSsible corruption in 
Robeson County' rather than where it is in the resolution." His motion passed. 

Announcement: Secretary Ted Wilson said it was imperative to make an an- 
nouncement regarding the Clergy Partners luncheon - that the bus was in front of the 
building now waiting to take those who needed a ride. 

We were back to the resolution. Arthur Wall and Elma McLaurin from Fayetteville spoke 
against it. Hazel Sorrell from Benson and John Wenberg spoke for it. Robert Mangum 
of Prospect Church stated an understanding of the Jacobs and Hatcher situation but we 
could not support the manner in which they acted; however, he felt the Conference could 
take a stand supporting bail pending a trial because they could be trusted to return for 
that trial. 

Previous Question: Stan Smith moved the previous question on all that was before 
us. The call for the question succeeded, the resolution was put, and it was passed as 
amended by the Rudd and Megill amendments. (After editorial changes it will appsear in 
Section V of the Journal.) 

Order of the Day: Bishop Minnick called for the order of the day for the stage to be 
set for the Memorial Service which was to take place next. 

Memorial Service: The Memorial Service was held at 11:00 a.m., in Reeves 
Auditorium with Ted Wilson, Conference Secretary, presiding and H. Langill Watson 
preaching. (See synopsis of the entire service and memorials in Section IV of the Jour- 
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Announcements: At the conclusion of the Memorial Service, Secretary Wilson made 
several announcements including the Conference registration tally which is 1521 thus 
far. The Conference was adjourned until 1:25 p.m. 

THIRD DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION, Saturday, June 18, 1988 

Meeting of the North Carolina. Conference Brotherhood/Sisterhood: J. K. 

Bostick called for the singing of Hymn 24 in the United Methodist Hymnal sampler, Come 
We That Loue the Lx>rd. The Conference responded. Bostick called upon Murry L. De- 
Hart to offer prayer. He led in prayer with fervor. 

Bostick called upon Jerry Smith to give the report as treasurer of the Brotherhood and 
commended Jerry for the marvelous work he had done during the year. He asked that 
we look at page 73 in The Conference Programs, Recommendations and Reports 1988. 
He made corrections in the trustee list, adding George Blanchard to the Class of 1 993. 
Smith called upon the members of the Brotherhood to consider the recommendations 
that were mailed earlier concerning the increase in the amount of each call so that the 
amount disbursed would be increased in order to provide more than adequate funding 
and, perhaps, enough to increase the amount of each call that is paid. It is recommended 
that active beneficiary members pay an increase of from $10 to $15 over a three year 
period. Retired beneficiary members would be requested to pay $3 instead of $2 per call 
following the 1 988 Annual Conference. 

The question was raised as to how a person could become a member of the Brother- 
hood. Bostick responded. 

The motion concerning the raising of the amount of each call was passed. The 
amount of each call following the 1 988 Annual Conference was moved to be changed 
from $3800 to $3900 payment. 

The name of the North Carolina Conference Brotherhood was changed to North 
Carolina Conference Brotherhood/Sisterhood effective immediately. 

Rufus Stark moved the publishing of ministerial deaths in all the newspapers covering 
the North Carolina Conference with the Brotherhood bearing the cost. Thus was disputed 
by several other people, stating that it was an overlap of duty and responsibility. The Min- 
isterial Relations Office acknowledged that it was their responsibility to get notice of death 
out and that all District Superintendents were called; that Bill Norton took all of the papers, 
read them for information concerning this, and reported it so the sup>erintendents could 
find out as quickly as possible about ministerial deaths throughout the Conference and 
contact the ministers within the district. 

Reginald Ponder moved that this be referred to the Executive Committee of the 
Brotherhood/Sisterhood who could meet with the Office of Ministerial Relations and come 
up with a program which would show how it could be workable and useful. 

He stated that this committee should report to the 1 989 Annual Conference. The mo- 
tion prevailed. 

No trustees needed to be elected. Officers J. K. Bostick, Sr., president; Murry L. De- 
Hart, Jr., vice president; and Jerry T. Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, were elected. 

The Brotherhood/Sisterhood was adjourned, having completed its business. 

Conference Business Resumed: Bishop Minnick recognized Dr. Gerald Floyd from 
Candler and Wes Allen of the Office of Finance and Field Service who will be working with 
us with the Capital Funds Campaign during the months to come. Allen addressed the 
Conference with positive words of excitement about things that were happening within 
the Conference. He introduced Bill and Roanne Nace, and John Henry and Audrey Shad- 
burn as regional directors for the campaign. Ernie Porter from our Conference was also 



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recognized as he will be going to work with the Office of Finance and Field Service. The 
co-workers who wouW be helping us in our Conference fund raising were greeted with 
applause. He spoke of our need to see this as a spiritual venture and begin at once to 
pray for the gift of the Holy Spirit, that it might touch clergy and laity to bring this to a con- 
clusion with a whole-hearted response, a sacrificial response, a response to Jesus. 

Greetings: The Bishop called on Caswell Shaw who recognized George Megill and 
James Goodwin, missionaries in Brazil. Each of the missionaries brought greetings and 
expressed thanks. 

Composite Report of the Conference Council on Ministries: Bishop Minnick 
called upon Belton Joyner to bring the report. Joyner introduced a series of speakers 
vAxo tokl how the Conference agencies had helped local churches. Joyner recognized Mil- 
ford Oxendine to make a statement on the work of Archives and History. Steve Hickle 
spoke on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. Dorothy Rogers spoke to the ac- 
complisliments of the Board of Church and Society. Mack MacMillan spoke to the cause 
of Education. Branson Sheets spoke of a project of the Board of Evangelism. Rob Huck- 
aby spoke for the cause of Health and Welfare Ministries and the projects their church 
had undertaken. Statements were made on behalf of the Board of Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry. Ray Wittman spoke of the Board of Laity. Larry Robinson spoke of the 
Board of Missions. Robert Wallace spoke on behalf of Outdoor and Camping Ministries. 
Randy Blanchard spoke on Religion and Race. Royd Evans spoke on Stewardship. State- 
ments were made on behalf of the Status & Role of Women. Mae Turner spoke for the 
Board of Worship. One by one other local church programs that were encompassed in 
this entire range, briefly in 45 seconds, gave information about a specific acUvity that had 
changed the lives of people within their church or community. Belton Joyner stated this 
was simply a sample of what was going on in the North Carolina Annual Conference. The 
report was received by the Annual Conference with great enthusiasm. 

Report on Relationship Statements: Bishop Minnick called on Joseph C. Parker 
to give the report for the Board of Health and Welfare AAinistries. Parker explained the 
background of the need for these relationship statements and why it was necessary from 
time to time to review the relationship statements and to bring them up to date. The 
Relationship Statements appear on pages 24-26 of The Conference Program, Recom- 
mendations and Reports 1988 and were placed before the Conference for acceptance. 

Amendment G. Robert McKenzie moved "to delete the paragraph follovnng the last 
item in each section on Relationship Statements on Covenant Relationship beginning 
"Neither the institution nor the Annual Conference ..." The motion passed. 

A question was asked by David Harvin regarding the Retirement Homes structure and 
why they were unable to take people who had limited resources. Parker answered that 
they simply could not afford to continue to function at the loss rate that the homes are 
exjseriencing. 

A question was asked concerning Cypress Glen as to its current census. Parker 
responded \hat it was 13 at the present time. 

Point of Order: Harvey Johnson asked if there was fiduciary insurance on the trus- 
tees, and if so, how much? The answer was "Yes - $1,000,000 per person total." 

Amendment Scott C. Washington moved to change item 1 under The Metinodist 
Home for Children, page 24, to read: "The Metiiodist Home for Children agrees to: 1. Con- 
tinue its tradition of offering quality services to children, youth, and families, to develop 
innovative concepts to help with their changing needs, and to be consistent with the So- 
cial Principles of The Gnited Methodist Church." The motion passed. 



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There was then a call for the previous question and the Relationship Statements were 
accepted as amended. 

Trustee Elections: Mominations for the Board of Higher Education and Campus 
Ministry, pages 48-52, were moved by James Earl Vann and they were adopted, concern- 
ing both trustees and campus ministries. 

Sam McMillan put into nomination the Local Camp Committees as listed on page 47. 
With typographic corrections as noted they were approved. 

Motiow Joseph B. Bethea moved that due to the Conference running behind in the 
program "that all reports be limited to 10 minutes and all speeches to 2 minutes for the 
remainder of this session." It was supported by the entire house. 

Joe Parker moved the nomination of trustees for the Methodist Home for Children, 
pages 52-53. After Parker announced two corrections, they were elected. 

On pages 53-54, nominations for trustees for the Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., 
were presented. It was noted that Margaret Saunders could no longer serve because she 
was going on CFA. 

Motion: Joe Parker moved "that the rules be suspended in order that Frank Brooks 
might be nominated to serve for one year on the Board of Trustees for the Retirement 
Homes because of his skill and expertise as chairperson of the Buildings and Grounds 
Committee, since all of the trustees who have served on this committee have rotated off." 
The motion passed and the name of Frank Brooks replaces the name of Margaret 
Saunders. 

Langill Watson stated that he felt it necessary to have a clergy person on the Class of 
1992. Watson asked that J. A^loy Owen be nominated in place of Gary Fisher. Bill Sher- 
man spoke against it on the grounds that Gary Fisher had been nominated another year 
and had been placed aside out of courtesy, and he felt that this was not right. 

Sherman proposed an amendment to the motion "that Malloy Owen be nominated in 
place of J. Edwin Guirkins of the New Bern District." The amendment was not supported. 
The Watson motion also failed. 

The nominations for trustees for the Retirement Homes were adopted as printed on 
pages 53 and 54. 

Proposal to Change Number of Trustees on Retirement Homes Board: Roger 
Elliott presented the report found on page 63. 

Amendment Robert Wallace moved "to amend #3 (on page 63) by deleting 
'Resident Representatives.'" It was sustained to keep the resident representative on the 
Board. 

Scott Washington moved that the entire matter be deleted, giving as a rationale that 
the people who were being removed from the Board of Trustees were people who needed 
to have information and input. It was not supported. 

Reginald Ponder moved to change "four" to "six" under item I on page 63. Joe Parker 
rose to oppose the motion because it was felt necessary to bring the total number of trus- 
tees into a number that was manageable and could effectively govern the Homes. John 
Wenberg spoke for the Ponder motion. 

The previous question on all before us was called. Elliott made a final statement and 
the Ponder amendment was not supported. 

The Elliott propxssal of trustee reduction passed with the exception of the retention of 
the resident representatives as contained in the Wallace amendment. 



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Point of Personal Privilege: Era Mae Rickman of Carthage stood to express her 
heart felt gratitude for Bishop Minnick and especially for his patience, fairness, under- 
standing and wisdom. 

TesUtnonial: Yokefellow Prison Ministry: R. Bruce Pate led the testimonial of this 
worthy and comprehensive ministry. Vicki Sigmon, part of Yokefellow Ministries Program, 
an Episcopalian, was also invited to address the Conference which she did appreciative- 
ly- 

Recognition of Clergy Partners: Bishop Minnick asked all Clergy Partners present 
to stand so they could be recognized. He expressed sorrow that he had not been cible to 
call on them at the correct time when more were present. 

Report of the Task Force on Farm Crisis: In the absence of Ed Legates, Charles 
Bryant was called upon to present the report. The repxjrt included the fact that over 
$50,000 had been distributed to farm ciris needs and that $10,000 would be carried over 
to the Board of Church and Society for that work since the Task Force would now be- 
come a part of the Board of Church and Society. He also remarked on the presences 
that had been established at State fairs. Several persons - Charles Holland, Jim Huskins, 
Lilly Best, and Tony Collier asked and answered questions on the Farm Crisis issue. 

Testimonial: Report of Disaster Preparedness Committee: Bishop Minnick 
called ufxjn Dennis Levin to present the testimonial. He began with discussing the Red 
Tide Relief in North Carolina and expanded on further work of this committee. The report 
was well received by the entire Conference. 

Motion: Malloy Owen moved "that when the resolution on Robeson County is 
released and sent out, that it be accompanied by a letter from this Conference commend- 
ing Governor James Martin and the good people of all three races who are working with 
the Council on Community Relations for peace with justice in Robeson County, and that 
the letter assure people of faith in all congregations of that county of our love and prayers." 
The motion was adopted. 

Recognition of the Aldersgale Experience Trip: Lawrence Lugar made recog- 
nition of this trip which will be departing on July 26, to observe and celebrate the 250th 
anniversary of John Wesley's heart warming experience. 

Committee on Minutes: Thomas Holtsclaw reported that the Committee had 
reviewed the minutes for the Friday session and they are found to be in order, and he 
asked that the Committee be given the authority to review the remaining minutes without 
the necessity of bringing a further motion. It was adopted. 

Report of Church Extension: Tom Collins brought the report concerning church 
extension in our Conference, and the increased and good spirit of church extension under 
our episcopal leadership. Collins referred to the decade of the 50's when church exten- 
sion was at an all-time high and looked forward to the time when this would again be true. 
He laid to rest the idea that all these new churches were affluent churches and assured 
that they were a variety of many churches. He discussed many other factors that made 
up an outstanding record in church extension for the North Carolina Conference. 

Capital Funds Campaign Executive Committee: The Bishop announced that in 
the event the campaign passed, as it did, he had contacted six people to serve as an Ex- 
ecutive Committee. Chairperson is C. Felix Harvey, 111; Committee on Major Gifts, Ran- 
dolph Few; Local Church Commitments, Margaret Saunders and Grier Garrick; Clergy 
Commitments, George Johnson and Roger Elliott. 

Report of the Insurance Committee: Norwood Jones was asked to present the 
report of the Insurance Committee, found on pages 78-80 in The Conference Program, 
Reconvnendations and Reports 1988. (The Report will be found in Section V of the Jour- 



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nal.) Jones indicated that there will be a necessary increase of a dollar per month for the 
group term life insurance in order to raise enough money to provide the present coverage, 
considering our present loss rate. To have the recommended Blue Cross/Blue Shield 
coverage will require a decided increase. However, he pointed out that the amount of in- 
crease would not be significantly more with the increased benefits than without them. 
One way or another there will be a substantial increase. The plan was approved. 

Motion: James B. Ward moved "that this Conference request the Insurance Com- 
mittee to attempt to spread rate increases over the years in the future in order to avoid 
sudden increases such as this." Norwood Jones said he would accept that, and it was ap- 
proved by the Conference and the report at large was approved. 

Norwood Jones expressed appreciation for the time he had been able to serve on this 
committee and other committees of the church, but said his tenure had run out and this 
would be his last session as chair of this committee. 

Report of the CoFnmission on Equitable Salaries; Charles K. Morrison brought 
the report. Morrison presented a plaque to A. S. Mosley and the Conference accorded 
him a round of applause as he received it, for his service on the Commission. Morrison 
noted the report contained in The Conference Program, Recommendations And Reports 
1986, pages 75-78. He also noted the substantial increase in the equitable salary table 
for the coming year. AAinisters in full-time appointments will receive $18,704; student 
pastors, $12,158. A new item concerns an extra appropriation for ethnic minority mini- 
sters, item H of the report. The report was moved and adopted by the Conference. 

Continuation of Report of the Board of Ordained Ministry: Bishop Minnick 
asked Carol Goehring to bring the supplemental report. This report was the first section 
of the blue book concerning procedures and committees of the board which was handed 
out to the ministers on the first day of the Conference. 

In addition, she presented the rep>ort of the Joint Committee on Evaluation. Goehr- 
ing referred to the time line in the evaluation process which had b>een adopted by the 
Board and its suggestions to the Conference. The Conference approved this matter, but 
Bishop Minnick noted that it was up to the Cabinet to make a decision about this and 
they would give it due consideration. 

Beverly Small from Elizabeth City particularly observed the second paragraph under 
the morale issue, and made a motion that the Conference recognize the faithfulness of 
our pastors. She wished to adopt this as a policy. The Bishop said this would have to be 
as a recommendation, not as a policy. 

The Joint Committee on Evaluation paper was recommended. Goehring again 
referred to the Ordained AAinistry blue booklet and asked adoption of the sections requir- 
ing lay observers who would be on the Board of Ordained Ministry. J. Allen Norris, James 
H. Thompson, Jr., Roberta Scipio, Mabel Cummings are the lay observers for the com- 
ing quadrennium. 

Jimmy Cummings rose to offer thanks to the committee. 

Report of the Pastoral Care Comndttee: The report was brought by Rodney G. 
Hamm. The rep>ort is found on pages 60-62 of The Conference Program. Recommen- 
dations and Reports 1988. He called attention to the definition of family, including de- 
pendents of the minister living in the minister's home, with children being eligible, whether 
or not attending college or living at home, through age 22. He also noted a change that 
the committee would cover up to one-half the client cost of assistance. There are also 
set amounts available for clergy families going through separation and divorce grants 
made to both spouses of $300.00 over a period of two years. Hamm assured the body 
of the fact that total confidentiality in counseling situations is maintained, that neither the 



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conference treasurer nor the Board of Ordained Ministry know the names of persons 
receiving counseling, that the contract with the counselors is that they simply look the 
names up in the Conference Journal and ascertain that they are indeed clergy persons. 
The report of the Committee on Pastoral Care was approved. 

Report of Joint Committee on Disability: The report is found on pages 74-75 
on The Conference Program, Recommendations and Reports 1988. Since the repx^rt 
remained the same as last year's, adoption was moved, seconded, and approved by the 
Conference. 

Decision on Council on Finance and Administration Report: The Council on 
Finance and Administration came to represent the summation of its report and answer 
its needs and speak to Conference concerns. The proposed budget is in The Conference 
Program, pages 66-67. The budget was presented and moved for adoption. Robert 
Pullman asked a question about line 3, COM Staff Salaries. Dixon answered all the ques- 
tions satisfactorily. The budget was passed. Then he expressed his appreciation for his 
eight years in serving the Annual Conference as a member of CFA and as chairman. 

Report of United Methodist Foundation, Inc.: Nelson Gibson brought the report 
because Thomas Chandler was unable to be present. He noted the increase that was 
one to be proud of and will be noted in the full text of the report in Section V of the Jour- 
nal. He presented Douglas Byrd, executive vice-president of the Foundation. 

Report of the Committee on District Conference Records: Bruce Taylor 
brought the report which he stated would be printed in the Conference Journal. He made 
the following motion: "Since the District Conferences are no longer required by the An- 
nual Conference BGT may be convened at the "call" of the District Superintendent ac- 
cording to Paragraph 744, and by this same paragraph, the Secretary of the District 
Conference is required to submit the records of the District Conference to the Annual 
Conference for examination, we the members of the Committee on District Conference 
Records move that the committee membership be reduced from its present 12 members 
to 3 and that this committee shall be nominated by the Cabinet and elected by the An- 
nual Conference. 

We further move that the records be contained in a hardback cover and provide a copy 
of the following items: 1 ) A copy of the notice of "call" from the district superintendent. 2) 
The record/roll of attendance. 3) A copy of the minutes of the proceedings. 

It shall also be the policy that all records six years old or older be forwarded to the Con- 
ference Archives for storage and security." 

The motion was approved. 

Report of the Committee on the Episcopacy: J. Allen Morris brought the report. 
(For complete text, see Journal, Section V.) He expressed high gratitude for Bishop AAin- 
nick and for his leadership and for the tremendous additions that he had made to the 
Conference as well as his work within the Council of Bishops. Morris indicated that the 
Bishop's return had been requested for a subsequent quadrennium. Morris said the com- 
mittee also joined the Conference expressing love for Mary Ann Minnick who had also 
added so much to the Conference and its life. The report was adopted with a standing 
ovation and applause as Bishop and Mrs. AAinnick were recognized by the Conference. 
The Bishop expressed thanksgiving for the report and for the tribute. 

Report of the Committee on Entertainment: Allen Morris brought the report. The 
recommendation was that the 1989 Conference meet at Methodist College in Fayetteville 
in accordance with a long-standing agreement, but that for the succeeding quadrennium 
a study of the seating capacity would be taken into consideration when making future 
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Motion: Beverly Small from Elizabeth City moved "that in consultation with the Dis- 
trict Superintendents and Pastor-Parish Relations Committees that provisions for ade- 
quate vacation for pastors be made, in keeping with the report on Morale Issues in the 
report of the Joint Committee on Evaluation and Morale." The motion was adopted by 
the Conference. 

Sam Wynn presented a resolution to establish a task force to study social justice is- 
sues in Robeson County. Wynn sp>oke to his resolution. 

Thomas S. Fleck, Sr. from Hertford offered an amendment but it did not pass. 

Amendment: Sam McMillan moved "to amend the last paragraph to read: 'Further, 
this Task Force shall report to the Conference COM and the 1 989 Session of the NC An- 
nual Conference.'" 

Reginald Ponder questioned what the task force was embodied to do. The Bishop 
answered. The amendment was supported. 

Malloy Owen questioned whether or not the task force would be speaking for the Con- 
ference between Conference sessions. McMillan responded that it was strictly a material- 
gathering recommendation-making task force. There was a speech against the motion. 
The previous question was called by Jimmy Cummings. It was sustained. The motion as 
a whole was before us. The resolution failed. 

Report of Committee on Resolutions and Reference: Due to the late hour, the 
Bishop called for the final Conference report. Tom Collins gave a glowmng report for this 
Conference, giving part of it as impressions and asking that the Conference accept the 
written form to the Conference Secretary for the Conference Journal. He noted the com- 
mon theme was celebration. He noted the challenge of Bishop Roy Clark, that 55 people 
were coming into Christian service this year for the first time and the approval of the cam- 
paign. He noted the message of Langill Watson at the Memorial Service, the work of 
Methodist College and Conference Staff, expressing particular praise to Randall Baker 
and the host district. He praised the Conference body and spoke of SF>ecial appreciation 
to Bishop Minnick and Mrs. Minnick for their service the past four years and the 
Conference's hopes for renewed assignment for another four years. This has been a mat- 
ter of discovery and content. 

Motion: Quinton Covington offered a motion on the alcohol policy at Greensboro 
College: "I move that Greensboro College be put on notice that we the members of the 
Body of Christ can not accept any polity change that runs contrary to our Christian con- 
viction as stated in our Social Principle: 

'We affirm our long-standing support of abstinence from alcohol as a faithful witness 
to God's liberating and redeeming love for persons...' 

Therefore, we strongly urge them to reconsider their change of policy concerning the 
consumption of alcohol by anyone on their campus." 

It was seconded. After much discussion a motion was called on all that was before us. 
It was supported. 

Amendment: Covington moved "to inform interested and concerned persons regard- 
ing our position on the resolution." His amemdment passed. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Bill Sherman told the Conference that Dr. & Mrs. T. B. 
Hough were not attending Conference but that they had celebrated their 60th wedding 
anniversary last Wednesday. He wished greetings to be sent to them. Several other names 
were brought before the Conference at this time. Bishop Minnick stated that a list of these 
people could be taken to the Conference Secretary. 



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AdyournmenL Bill Cottingham called for adjournment for dinner. The session was 
adjourned until the evening. 

THIRD DAY, EVENING SESSION, Saturday, June 18, 1988 

A Covenant for Ministry and Passing of the Torch: The Worship Service was 
held at 8:00 p.m. in Reeves Auditorium with Bishop Roy C. Clark preaching. Special music 
was rendered by the Mt. Sylvan Church Choir of Durham. Bishop Minnick conducted the 
Passing of the Torch ceremony and the lists of appointments were distributed to the Con- 
ference. Corrections were made as appropriate, then fixed as true and accurate. (For a 
synopsis of this meaningful evening service see the service bulletin, A Covenant for Min- 
istry and Passing of the Torch, Saturday, June 1 8, 1 988.) 

Conference Business Reconvened: Gpxjn evidence of need. Bishop Minnick recon- 
vened the Conference following the evening worship service. He praised the Conference 
members for their patience and perseverance and their spirit-filled actions. 

Announcements: Secretary Ted Wilson made several announcements including 
"with the distribution of supplemental information on disciplinary questions 15, 16, 67 
and 68, all the disciplinary questions have been satisfied." 

Scott Washington attempted to make motions concerning justice in Robeson Coun- 
ty and asked the Conference to make inquiries into situations in Robeson County govern- 
ment. He wanted the Board of Church and Society to conduct hearings. Malloy Owen 
asked if hearings would be open to the public. Washington answered, "Yes." There was 
much discussion on the matter. Sam Wynn and John Speight spoke for it. 

David Banks was recognized for an amendment. Banks moved that Church and 
Society bring program recommendations to the CCOM meeting to help Robeson Coun- 
ty churches bring reconciliation and justice to the county. He stated that we needed to 
do more than just gather information, that we must be involved in peace making. 

Bruce Pate gave a word of caution about limitations of the Conference Board of Church 
and Society in this area regarding the extent of their activity and authority. 

Steve Hickle noted many isues mandated for study and some for action by the Con- 
ference, such as toxic waste, etc. He questioned the possibility of genuine effectiveness. 

Era Mae Rickman spoke against the amendment. 

Call for Previous Question: John Speight called the previous question. He was 
ruled out of order by the chair. 

Motion: Rufus Stark moved to make a substitute motion: "I move that we pray for the 
several United Methodist churches of Robeson County, and the Robeson County Church 
and Community Center, and the office of the District Superintendent of the Rockingham 
District during this difficult time; that we earnestly pray that their good offices shall bring 
grace and justice to bear in Robeson County, and that these churches call upon the 
resources and offices of all the agencies and boards of the Annual Conference, if in any 
way, they may serve their needs at this very critical time." 

Robert Mangum was recognized for a motion but then was ruled out of order. 

David Banks attempted reconsideration but this was defeated. A vote was called and 
the Stark substitute passed. 

Moving Day. Bill Sherman moved that moving day for pastors should be June 30. It 
was approved by vote of the Conference. 

Point of Personal Privilege: Whit Warren asked that Conference greetings and 
wishes of prayer be sent to the Reverend and Mrs. Robert Micks and the Reverend and 
Mrs. Vance Lewis. The Conference Secretary was directed to send the greetings. 



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Bishop Minnick asked the Conference about the weekend date for Annual Conference. 
It was pointed out that we had the highest registration ever recorded. The Conference ap- 
peared to prefer the later date and the weekend. The Bishop offered thanks to the Con- 
ference participants. 

Announce¥¥tenta: The Conference Secretary made announcements and gave details 
of the Ordination Service tomorrow. 

Atyournment The final hymn was sung and the benediction given. Bishop Minnick 
told the floor assembled, "Good night and God bless you." 

FCXIRTH DAY, MORNING SESSION, Sunday, June 19, 1988 

The Love Feast' Joseph B. Bethea led in the Love Feast with William W. Sherman, 
Jr. assisting. The traditional bread and water were distributed as people in attendance 
began to give testimony in song and word of glory to God. They gave testimonies as to 
what the Lord had done in their lives. Mark Lykins rose to speak of his mission work in 
Liberia and that he would be returning. He recommended aid from the Conference for 
Liberia and a spontaneous offering was received for missions there. Hymns were sung 
and the entire body sang Bless Be the Tie That Binds as the final prayer closing the Love 
Feast. (For a synopsis, see the worship bulletin, The Lx>ue Feast, Sunday, June 1 9, 1 988.) 

Brief Recess: A recess was called in order to make prejsaration for the upcoming Or- 
dination Service. 

A Service of Worship for Ordination: At 1 0:00 a.m. , an ordination service was held 
in Reeves Auditorium. Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., presided and Bishop Roy C. Clark was 
the preacher. The Conference Cabinet rendered special music. Carol W. Goehring 
presented the deacons and elders for ordination. (For a synopsis of the entire service see 
worship bulletin, A Service of Worship for Ordination, Sunday, June 1 9, 1 988.) 

With the close of this special spirit-filled service, the 1 988 Session of the North Carolina 
Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church ended. This was the one hundred 
sixty-third session in the fourth year of the episcopacy of Carlton P. Minnick, Jr., as Bishop 
of the Raleigh Area of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church. 



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THE BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

The /'Ainutes of the North Carolina Annual Conference held in Fayetteville, North 
Carolina from June 16, 1988 through June 19, 1988. Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr., presid- 
ing. Date when organized, 1 828. Number of this session, 1 63. 

PART I: ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium (111702.6, 715.1): 
Secretary? Leonard Truman Wilson 

Mailing Address: Post Office Box 1 0955 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 
Telephone: 919/832-9560 

Statistician? A. Kimsey King, Jr. 
Mailing Address: 531 5 Yardley Terrace 

Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919/489-6497 

Treasurer? Herb Stout 

Mailing Address: Post Office Box 1 0955 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 
Telephone: 919/832-9560 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated (1702. 1 )? No 

3. Bonding and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts (11714, 2510)? Conference Treasurer and all Staff, CFA President, 
Trustees - $100,000 Blanket Position Bond, $1,000,000 Commercial Blanket 
Bond 

b) Have the books of said officers or persons been audited (117 1 3, 251 0)? Yes 

4. What conference councils, boards, commissions, and committees have been ap- 
pointed or elected? 

a) Answer Yes or No for each of the councils, boards, commissions, or committees 
listed: 

(1) Council on Finance and Administration? Yes 

(2) Council on Ministries? Yes 

(3) Board of Diaconal Ministry? Yes 

(4) Board of Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(5) Board of Pensions? Yes 

(6) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes 

(7) Commission on Archives and History? Yes 

(8) Commission on Christian Gnity and Interreligious Concerns? Yes 

(9) Commission on Equitable Salaries? Yes 

(1 0) Commission on Religion and Race? Yes 

(11) Commission on the Status and Role of Women? Yes 

(12) Committee on Investigation? Yes 

(13) Committee on Episcopacy? Yes 

(14) Joint Review Committee? Yes 

b) Indicate the name of the agency in your annual conference which is responsible 
for the functions related to each of the following agencies: 

(1) Board of Church and Society (1728)? Same 

(2) Board of Discipleship (1729)? Board of Evangelism, Education, 
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(3) Board of Global Ministries (11730)? Board of Missions 

(4) Board of Higher Education and Campus AAinistry (11731 )? Same 

(5) Board of Laity (11729.8)? Same 

(6) Committee on Communication (1i726.5a)? Same 

c) Answer Yes or No for each of the following conference or district organizations: 

(1) Conference Gnited Methodist Women? Yes 

(2) Conference United Methodist Men? Yes 

(3) Conference Council on Youth AAinistry? Yes 

(4) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes 

(5) Committees on District Superintendency? Yes 

(6) District Committees on Ordained AAinistry? Yes 

(7) District Councils on AAinistries? Yes 

d) What other councils, boards, commissions, or committees have been appointed 
or elected in the annual conference? None 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records ac- 
cording to the prescribed forms (11705.7)? Yes 

6. What is the report of the staUsUcian? (See Sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work within 
their districts? (See Sections V & VII of the Journal.) 

9. What is the schedule of equitable salaries for pastors for the ensuing year (1I1I442, 
722.3)? 

MINISTERS GNDER FULL TIME APPOINTMENT 

(FC, AM, PM, FLP) 1988 1989 

Salary & GtiliUes $17,660 $18,704 

(Gtilities to be specified by Charge Conference) 

STUDENTS (LOCAL PASTORS OR 

CONFERENCE MEMBERS) 

Salary & GtiliUes $11,479 $12,158 

(Gtilities to be specified by Charge Conference) 

1 0. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference 
to be raised for the support of the district superintendents for the ensuing year 
(1I1I710.1a)? $672,676 

1 1 . What amount has been apfxjrtioned to the pastoral charges within the conference 
to be raised for the support of the district superintendents for the ensuing year 
(11117 1 0. 1 d, 1 607)? $995,000 

1 2. What are the apportionments to this conference for the ensuing year: 

a) World Service Fund? $988,182 

b) For the General Episcopal Fund? $174,458 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $ 68,409 

d) For the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund? . .$ 27,171 

e) For the Ministerial Education Fund? $407,391 

For the Black CoUege Fund? $198,474 

g) For the Missional Priority Fund? $139,902 

h) For the Temporary General Aid Fund? $ 

13. What is the percentage division between World Service and conference benevolen- 
ces for the ensuing year (1171 0.3d)? 

World Service? 1 1 .60% Conference benevolences? 88.40% 

14. Conference and district lay leaders (1111702.8, 746): 

a) Conference lay leader:Name Dr. Robert C. Frazier, Sr. 



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MaUing Address: 215 Grace Drive 

Wilson, North Carolina 27893 

b) Associate conference lay leaders: To be elected 

c) District associate lay leaders: 

BGRLINGTON: Mr. AMchael Parker 

DGRHAM: Mr. Fred Rivers 

ELIZABETH CITY: Mr. J. Stanley Peel 

FAYETTEVILLE: Mrs. Gwen Henderson 

GOLDSBORO: Mr. Floyd R. Evans 

GREENVILLE: Mr. Richard Walker 

NEW BERN: Mr. Si B. Seymour 

RALEIGH: Mr. Thomas L. Walden 

ROCKINGHAM: Miss Dotsy J. Reynolds 

ROCKY MOGNT: Mr. Thomas W. Harris 

SANFORD: Mr. Lacy "Buck" Frye 

WILMINGTON: Mr. Arvel E. Heafner 

15. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized (11268)? 

D(J Organize a new church on Highway 98. Membership of Wellons Village (328.3) will 
be transferred to form nucleus of the new church. 

FA Harry Hosier (522.5) was chartered March 6, 1988. 

FA Organize a new Native American congregation in the Hope A\ills area. 

RA Gary: Genesis was chartered January 31,1 988. 

RA Organize a new congregation in southeast Raleigh to be known as Raleigh: 
Southeast. 

RO West Robeson GMC (1 003.6) was organized April 1 0, 1 988 and was added to the 
Native American Larger Parish (1034.0). 

SA Evergreen Church in north Chatham County was chartered June 5, 1 988. 

b) Merged (112542)? 

GO Goldsboro: Airboro (612.0) and Westwood (643.4) were merged June 5, 1988; 
the church will be known as Westwood. 

c) Discontinued or abandoned (1111231 , 444.2, 2546)? 

DG Close Wellons Village (328.3). Property will be sold to buy land for a new church 
on Highway 98. 

GO Kinston: St. Mark's was discontinued May 11,1 988. Members were encouraged 
to join Gnited Methodist Church of their choice. Property placed in the hands of the 
Goldsboro District Board of Trustees. 

Wl Garland Church (1313.3) was discontinued December 31 , 1987. Membership was 
transferred to Johnson Chapel (1313.4) and property placed in hands of the trustees of 
the Garland Charge. 

d) Relocated and to what address? None 

e) Changed name of church? 

RA Gary: New church is now named Gary: Genesis Gnited Methodist Church. 
SA North Chatham County Church is now named Evergreen GMC. 

Transferred into this conference this year from other Gnited Methodist con- 
ference(s) and with what membership (1I1I46, 269)? None 

g) What other changes have taken place in the list of churches? 
DG Change Tabernacle from full-time to student appointment. 



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DCI Change Rougemont from student appointment to full-time. 
FA Change Fayetteville: Calvary (513.0) from full-time to part-time appointment. 
GO Change the name of Goldsboro: St. John-St. Mark to Goldsboro: St. John. 
GO Change Goldsboro: Airboro-Zion to Zion and place at the end of the district list- 
ing. 

1 6. What changes have been made in district and charge lines? 

a) District: None 

b) Charge: 

DC Place Brookland Church (305.2) with Brooksdale Church (305.3) to form the 
Brooksland-Brooksdale Charge (full-time). 

DG Remove Duke Chaplaincy from Bethesda Church and form the Bethesda Charge 
(328.2) (student appointment). 

FA Divide the Kipling-Cokesbury Charge as follows: (532.3) Kipling will be a full-time 
station charge. (532.2) Cokesbury will be a student appointment. 

GO Dissolve Goldsboro: Airboro-Zion as follows: Merge Airboro (612.0) with Westwood 
(643.4) and make Zion a part-time station. 

GO Dissolve Goldsboro: St. John-St. Mark's as follows: Close St. Mark's in Kinston and 
make St. John a part-time station. 

MB Take Bridgeton (806.0) from the Pamlico Cooperative Parish (828.1) and make it 
a full-time station appointment. 

RA Vance Charge (944.0) is divided as follows: Flat Rock Church (944.2) wiU be a friU- 
time station charge known as Vance: Flat Rock. 

RA Place Spring Valley (944.3) with Mt. Carmel (91 9.5) to form a two-point student ap- 
pointment to be known as the Vance Circuit (944.0). 

RA Franklinton Charge (907.0) is divided as follows: Franklinton CMC (907.2) will be- 
come a full-time station charge known as Franklinton UMC. 

RA Ebenezer (906.2) and Wesley Chapel (907.3) will become a two-point part-time ap- 
pointment known as Ebenezer-Wesley. 

RO Take Pembroke: First (1 027.0) and place it with West Robeson Church (1 003.6) 
to form the Pembroke: First-West Robeson Charge. 

RO Take Pembroke: Calvary (1027.2) from the Pembroke: First-Calvary Charge 
(1027.0) and place it with the Lumberton: Asbury-Pineview Charge (1016.0), the new 
charge to be known as Lumberton: Asbury Parish. The Pembroke: First-Calvary Charge 
is now dissolved. 

RO Within the Native American Larger Parish, the individual charges will be identified: 
Coharie; Collins Chapel-New Philadelphus; Lighthouse; and Sandy Plains. 

RM Place Middlesex (1 1 5.2) with Mount Pleasant (1 1 1 5.3) to form the Mount Pleasant- 
Middlesex Charge (1 1 15.3). 

Wl Garland Charge (1313.0) now consists of three churches -Antioch, Salem, Johnson 
Chapel. 

PART II: PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS: 
ORDAINED MINISTERS AND LOCAL PASTORS 

17. Are all the ministerial members of the conference blameless in their life and official 
administration (1111703.4, 704.6)? Yes 

18. Who constitute: 

a) The Conference Committe on InvesUgaUon (112623.3)? 



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Principals: Albert Shuler, F. Owen Fitzgerald, H. Fred Davis, J. B. Parvin, Kelly 

J. Wilson, Jr., Travis W. Owen, Ben C. Rouse 

Reserves: ChrisUan White, Ben H. Wilson 111, Charles H. Mercer 
b) The Joint Review Committee (11455. 1 c)? 

Principals: Joseph B. Bethea, James C. P. Brown, Jack L. Hunter, Charles K. 

Moseley, J. Ed Morrison, John W. Ruth 

Reserves: William W. Sherman, Jr., Mark W. Wethington, William T. Cottin- 

ghamlll 
Who have received the certificate of candidacy for ordained ministry? (1111404, 405- 
Include the names of all candidates for ordained ministry who have not completed 
the studies for the license as a local pastor.) 
THIS YEAR 
BCJ Anne Torrance Bachman Gnion Grove CC 

Stacey Zane Graves Friendship CC 

James Donald Johnson Orange CC 

Kristine Margaret Klein Carrboro CC 

DG Derrick Keith Harris Granville-Vance CC 

Ruth Anderson Harris Granville-Vance CC 

Mary Kathy Rudy Durham: Trinity CC 

EC Gary Charles Loeffler Buxton CC 

FA Douglas B. Currin Cool Springs CC 

Regis Hugh Murphy III Camp Ground CC 

GO None 

GR William David Harrington Greenville: Holy Trinity CC 

Robert Ehvood Hill Vanceboro Circuit: Epworth CC 

Sally S. Plowman Kinston: Queen Street CC 

MB Elva LeRoy Morton III PoUocksviUe CC 

Adolph Conrad Smith Verona CC 

RA William Allen Bingham Avent Ferry CC 

Joseph Wayne Casteel Millbrook CC 

Donnie Lee Jones Cokesbury CC 

Joseph Eugene Kossan Wake Forest CC 

Randall Grey Maynard Wake Forest CC 

Joyce D. Odom Bethlehem CC 

Richard L. Ward Asbury CC 

Leroy Worth, Sr Wilson Temple CC 

RO J. Earl Covington Hamlet: First CC 

Robert Gene Killens Lumberton: Mount Olive CC 

Clifford Locke Williams Lumberton: Asbury-Pineview CC 

RM Shelly Wilson Wall Roanoke Rapids: Rosemary CC 

SA Harold Edward Brock, Jr Parsons Grove CC 

Janet Lynn Kennedy Buffaloe Hoffman CC 

Wl Eugene A. Collins Morth Topsail CC 

REINSTATED None 

CONTINUED 

BO None 

DG Carolyn Denton Ayers Durham: Trinity CC 

Yunho Eo Durham: Aldersgate CC 

Elizabeth Baer Russell Durham: Lakewood CC 

Frances Harlan Sherfey Vance County: Tabernacle CC 

EC Marsha Cosby Carpenter Ahoskie CCfTransf.from VA Conf.) 



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FA None 
GO None 
GR None 
NB Kendall Jay Guthrie Williston CC 

Steven Wayne McElroy Northwoods CC 

William C. Price Northwoods CC 

RA Michael T. Bassett Raleigh: North Raleigh CC 

David Anthony Hedeen Raleigh: Saint AAark's CC 

Michael William Leburg Fuguay-Varina CC 

William Thomas Smith Raleigh:Macedonia CC 

RO David Earl Hunt Rowland: Ashpole Parish CC 

Kenneth Wayne Locklear Prospect CC 

James Willie Malloy, Jr Philadelphia CC 

Brenda Elaine Thomas Norman: Concord CC 

RMNone 

SA Sandee Lee Washington Broadway CC (transf.from S.New Eng.) 

Wl Sandra J. (Rose) Conner Wilmington: Grace CC 

Kathy Lynelle Watson Pine Valley CC 

DISCONTINUED 
FA Gilliam Perry Wise 

20. Who have completed the studies for the license for local pastor, are approved, but 
are not now appointed? (11407-lndicate for each person the year the license was ap- 
proved.): 

FA Regis Hugh Murphy III 1988 

Joseph Wade Weeks 1982 

RO Annie L. Allen 

Lucille Barnes Anderson 1975 

James E. Perry, Jr 1988 

21. Who are approved and appointed as: (indicate for each person the first year the 
license was awarded - 11409.3) 

a) Full-time local pastors (11408. 1 ) and what progress has each made in the course 
of study? (Indicate with an asterisk those who have elected to remain in the local 
relaUonship.-11409.4): 

COGRSE OF STUDY 

NAME LICENSE . . .BASIC ADVANCED 

BG Roger Charles Williams 1 987 First Year 

DC James Clifford Reed 1986 Completed 

EC Robert Blair Craig 1985 Third Year 

Laura G. Early 1987 Completed 

Doris Jean Johnson 1986 Third Year 

FA Josef E. Fiegler 1984 Completed 

Dennis Earl Hooper 1988 Completed 

Charlene Horton Pierce 1982 Completed 

Angelo McKinely Troy 1982 Completed 

GO Leon Lewis, Jr 1957 Completed 

Richard C. Sharp 1988 Completed 

GR Robert AAichael Hammond 1987 Completed 

William David Harrington 1988 Completed 

Linwood Sutton Jones 1974 Completed 

Roger Edward Schrol! 1986 Completed 

NB Richard Lee Austin 1987 Completed 



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William Eugene Galyon 1 986 Completed 

Linda Ann Goldston 1987 Completed 

Walter Sherman Guthrie 1984 Fourth Year 

Walter Michael Hinson 1 986 Second Year 

James Harold McLean 1985 Third Year 

Rodger Meal Mayes 1984 First Year 

Foster Lee Reynolds 1 955 Completed 

Richard L. Ward 1988 Completed 

RA Joseph Wayne Casteel 1988 Completed 

Henry AAallie Hinnant 1988 Completed 

Bruce Wayne McPherson 1 986 Completed 

RO Tryon Delton Lowry 1986 First Year 

Clifford Locke Williams 1988 Completed 

RM Randall Grey Maynard 1988 Completed 

Shelly Wilson Wall 1 988 Completed 

Joseph Aubrey Winston 111 1 986 Completed 

SA Robert Lee Carpenter, Jr 1 980 Completed 

Wl Eugene Addison Collins 1 988 License 

Robert Houston Hargrove 1 980 Completed 

Charles John Hause 1 976 Completed 

David R. Morthcutt 1988 Completed 

Richard Gordon Reed 1986 Completed 

William deVries Renn 1987 First Year 

Granville Earl Smith 1988 Completed 

Joe Luther Tomberlin 1 986 Third Year 

b) Part-time local pastors (408.2) and what progress has each made in the course 

of study? 

COGRSE OF STGDY 

NAME LICENSE BASIC AVANCED 

BG None 

DG Marilyn Koeppen Shipman 1 979 Completed 

EC None 

FA Douglas B. Currin 1988 License 

Milton Earl UtUe 1981 Third Year 

GO Thaddeous Clifton West, Jr. ... 1957 Completed 

GR Wilbur Cunniggim Ormond .... 1 978 Fourth Year 

Sally S. Plowman 1988 Ucense 

Daniel Paul Powers 1 968 Completed 

Douglas Richard Woodworth ... 1 957 Completed 

MB George Franklin Cribb, Jr 1982 Fourth Year 

Richard Clair Johnson 1 986 Second Year 

Billie Fallon Mehan, Jr 1973 Completed 

Elva LeRoy Morton III 1988 License 

Donald Blaine Strong 1980 Completed 

RA Horace Taylor Ferguson 1 984 Completed 

Leroy Worth, Sr 1988 License 

RO Thomas Benjamin Bacote 1 974 Completed 



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J. Earl Covington 1988 License 

Donald Martin Dawkins 1979 Three Years 

Robert Anthony Fairley 1970 Completed 

Waiiam Oscar Hewett 1988 License 

Emma Ruth McLean 1 960 Five Years Two Advanced 

Walter Emmett McLeod 1 984 First Year 

Joseph Kenny Simmons 1987 License 

RM Charles John Robl III 1977 Three Years 

SA Patricia Thompson Cleary 1983 Seminary Student 

Wl Anthony Angelo Adams 1988 Seminary Graduate 

c) Student local pastors (1408.3), and in what schools are they enrolled? 
MAME LICENSE SCHOOL 

BG Anne Torrance Bachman 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Lyndle R. Bullard 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Carl Dean Belcher 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Clyde Arthur Denny 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Walter Lawrence Graves 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Stephen Haydn Kirby 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

Thomas Darrell McDowell 1 982 Duke Divinity School 

Phillip Ray Maynard 1 986 Duke Divinity School 

Benjamin Earl Nelms 1 986 Duke Divinity School 

Bruce D. Phillips 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

Benjamin Sandlin Sharpe, Jr. . . .1 987 Duke Divinity School 

DG William Christopher Aydlett, Jr. . .1 983 Duke Divinity School 

James Edward Bailey 1985 Duke Divinity School 

Christopher O. Cumbest 1988 Duke Divinity School 

Derrick Keith Harris 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Richard Charles Hill, Jr 1984 Duke Divinity School 

James Wesley King 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

Samuel Francis AAartin III 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

Stuart McRae Milton 1986 Southeastern Baptist 

Richard Henry Parker 1 987 Duke Divinity School 

Daniel Glen Speed 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Clinton William Spence 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

James Thomas Weaver, Jr 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Jeffrey Wayne Wright 1 986 Duke Divinity School 

EC None 

FA Gary Edmund Allred 1987 Methodist College 

Patricia Ann Dover Edwards 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Jack Ward Page, Jr 1987 Duke Divinity School 

GO Joseph M. Donakey 1 985 Duke Divinity School 

Doris T. Fox 1 988 Duke Divinity School 

Haywood Wrenn Gillikin 1985 Duke Divinity School 

Danny Christopher Hill 1986 Mount Olive College 

John Elbert Tennyson 1 987 Duke Divinity School 

GR Everett Richard Bowen 1 986 NC Wesleyan College 

NB Adolph Conrad Smith 1988 Duke Divinity School 

RA Bruce V/ayne Ebert 1985 Duke Divinity School 



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Roy F. Falgout 1988 Duke Divinity School 

William Kenneth Hall, Jr 1986 Duke Divinity School 

Scott Francis Jones 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Joseph Eugene Kossan 1 987 Southeastern 

RO Vickie Bullard 1987 Sandhills Community Coll. 

John Avery Campbell 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Bruce Lx)cklear 1 987 Robeson Community Coll. 

Bobby Powell Tyson, Jr 1986 Duke Divinity School 

RM None 

SA Wayne Robert Cleary 1983 Duke Divinity School 

John Edward Gerber 1 987 Duke Divinity School 

Joel Burton Guillemette 1987 Duke Divinity School 

Vicki Diane Phillips 1988 Duke Divinity School 

G. Scott Richards 1988 Duke Divinity School 

George Jerome Smith 1 986 Southeastern 

Wl Harold E. Brock, Jr 1988 Methodist College 

Gary Charles Loeffler 1988 Brunswick Tech. 

d) Students of other denominations in a school of theology listed by the University 

Senate serving as local pastors (408.4)? None 

22. Who have been discontinued as local pastors (1141 0. 1 )? 

a) Full-time local pastors: 

FA Michael Keith Brown 07/15/87 

Ki Jong So 06/30/88 

Johnny Gattis Walker 06/30/88 

GO Stewart Gee Carter 06/30/88 

NB Royd Dee Richardson 06/30/88 

b) Part-time local pastors: 

FA Clifton Mosley Lecornu 06/30/88 

NB Frederick Mohr Hintze, Jr 06/30/88 

c) Student local pastors: 

BG Brian Kent Adams 05/31/88 

DG Mark Dwight Mashburn 06/30/88 

GR Gary Lynn DiUensnyder 06/30/88 

RO Kevin John Glesener 06/30/88 

Wl Thomas Michael Williamson .... 06/30/88 

23. Who have been reinstated as local pastors (141 0.4)? None 

24. What ministers from other /Knnual Conferences or Methodist denominations are ap- 
proved for appointment in the Annual Conference while retaining their conference 
or denominational membership (11425.1)? (List alphabetically; indicate Annual Con- 
ference or denomination where membership is held.) 

BCJ Mary Wilder Cartwright North Arkansas 

Raegan V. May Northwest Texas 

David St. Clair Holston 

DG Wayne Northcott Thomas Detroit 

FA Ronald E. Dietrich Western Pennsylvania 

Jinho Kim East Ohio 

Kirk Bradley Oldham Rorida 

Charles Ray Pittman /Mabama-West Florida 

GO Troy Scott Watford South Carolina 

RM Paul Lee Burke West Virginia 

SA Vickie Sue Pruett West Virginia 



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25. What ministers in good standing in other Christian denominations are approved to 
serve appointments or ecumenical ministries within the bounds of the Annual Con- 
ference while retaining their denominational affiliation (11425.2)? 

FA Dennis E. Hooper (FLP) 
GO Richard C. Sharp (FLP) 
RA Henry MallieHinnant (FLP) 

Bruce Wayne McPherson (FLP) 
RO Clifford O. WUliams (FLP) 
RM Joseph Aubrey Winston III (FLP) 
Wl Richard C. Reed 

26. Who are affiliate members: (List alphabetically; indicate annual conference or 
denomination where membership is held.) 

a) Withvote (1111418.4, 701.1)? None 

b) Without vote (11443.4)? 

Cathy Carlson Louisiana 

J. Harley Cecil Western North Carolina 

Robert S. Christian Northern New Jersey 

Charles Richard Connelly Missouri East 

Daniel T. Earnhardt Western North Carolina 

Paula Gilbert Alabama-West Florida 

Alan Hanson Detroit 

John M. Mackey, Sr Western Pennsylvania 

James A. Rawlings Central Illinois 

B. Maurice Ritchie Western North Carolina 

Rexford F. Tucker Troy 

Manuel Wortman Western North Carolina 

27. Who are elected as Associate Members (1141 9)? None 

28. Who are elected as Probationary Members: 
a) Under the provisions of 1141 5? 

ROGER ALAN BLAISDELL (Rocky Mount District) B.A., Pembroke State Gniversity. 
M.Div., Denver Conservative Baptist Seminary. Deacon's Orders Recognized. Born: Sep- 
tember 25, 1 940. Married, two children. 

JAMES STANLEY BROWN (Durham District) B.A., Gniversity of Central Florida. Com- 
pleted 54 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: February 14, 
1947. Married, three children. 

FRANCES LOaiSE BROWNE (Rocky Mount District) B.A., Mars Hill College. M.Div., 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Deacon's Orders recognized. Born: August 
31, 1954. Single. 

MILTON BAILEY COLLIER, JR. (Burlington District) A.S., Chowan CoUege. B.A., 
Gniversity of North Carolina. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. 
Born: November 6, 1947. Married, three children. 

KENNETH JOSEPH COLLINS (Fayetteville District) B.A., State Gniversity of New York. 
M.Div., Asbury Theological Seminary. Deacon's Orders Recognized. Born: A\ay 28, 1 952. 
Married, one child. 

LARRY D. CRANE (Raleigh District) B.S., Guilford College. M.Div., Gnited Theological 
Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: August 30, 1 945. AAarried, two children. 

LAWRENCE M. DOWDY (Rockingham District) B.A., North Carolina A & T State 
Gniversity. Completed 79.5 hours, Perkins Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's 
Orders. Born: February 11, 1962. Married. 



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LEON DEU>vNOA FOWLER (Elizabeth City District) B.A., Central Wesleyan College. 
M.Div., Asbury Theological Seminary. Deacon's Orders Recognized. Born: Movember 26, 
1 934. Married, two children. 

KIMBERLY ANME GARNER (Raleigh District) B.A., Western Carolina University. Com- 
pleted 54 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: October 7, 
1961. Single. 

PAMELA JO HUDSON (Rocky Mount District) B.S., AtlanUc ChrisUan College. M.Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: April 26, 1 955. Single. 

RANDALL EUGENE INNES (Rockingham District) B.S., Oral Roberts University. 
M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: 
May 17, 1953. Married. 

EDITH DUDLEY JENKINS (Greenville District) A.A.,Louisburg CoUege. A.B., Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: 
February 16, 1950. Married. 

JAMES EDWARD MALLOY, Jr. (Rockingham District) B.A., Methodist College. M.Div., 
Boston University Theological School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: January 1 9, 
1956. Single. 

DAVID A. McLEAN (Raleigh District) B.A., Saint Andrews College. M.Div., Duke Divinity 
School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: July 28, 1947. Married, four children. 

DENA JO McFARLAND (Wilmington District) B.A., James Madison University. M. Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: February 5, 1962. Single. 

JOYCE REYNOLDS MOTT (New Bern District) B.A., N. C. Wesleyan College. Com- 
pleted 69 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: December 1 7, 
1 944. Married, two children. 

BRIAN DARREN PERRY (WUmington District) B.A., University of North Carolina at Wil- 
mington. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: March 28, 
1960. Single. 

BARBARA KATHRYN HOLLIS PRICE (Raleigh District) BFA, Stephens CoUege. M.Div., 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: Septem- 
ber 10, 1947. AAarried, two children. 

TIMOTHY JOHN RUSSELL (Raleigh District) B.S., Florida State University. M.Div., 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Deacon's Orders recognized. Born: February 
20, 1957. Married. 

EIREEN GEISELLE ISLEY THOMPSON (Raleigh District) B. Music, Appalachian State 
University. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: June 20, 
1 954. Married, two children. 

STEPHEN PAUL WANGER (Sanford District) B.A., Oral Roberts University. Com- 
pleted 66 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: May 2, 1 959. 
AAarried, one child. 

SCOTT CAMERON WASHINGTON (Sanford District) B.S., Illinois State University. 
M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: AAarch 5, 1 958. Married, 
one child. 

JULIA WEBB-BOWDEN (Durham District) B.A., HunUngdon College. M. Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: May 23, 1959. Married, one child. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH WILBURN (Rockingham District) A.S., Bluefield College. A.S., 
Community College of the Air Force. B.A., University of Southern Florida. M.Div., Asbury 
Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: June 10, 1952. Married, one 
child. 



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NORMA WALTERS WINGO (Durham District) B.A., Methodist College. Completed 48 
hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: May 11,1 962. Married, 
one child. 

PEGGY ORMSBY WITT (Burlington District) B.A., University of North Carolina. M.Div., 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: Septem- 
ber 1 8, 1 944. Married, two children. 

WILLIAM J WITT, JR. (Burlington District) B.A., Wake Forest University. M.Div., 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Deacon's Orders Recognized. Born: Sep- 
tember 14,1 935. Married, two children. 

ANDREA REESE WOODHOCSE (Rocky Mount District) B.A., Emory & Henry College. 
Completed 48 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: August 
24, 1964. Married. 

DAVID WILLIAM WOODHOGSE (Rocky Mount District) B.S., University of North 
Carolina. Completed 48 hours, Duke Divinity School. Eligible for Deacon's Orders. Born: 
May 20, 1 964. Married. 

b) Under the provisions of 114 1 6. 1 ? None 

c) Uner the provisions of 1141 6.2? None 

29. Who are continued as Probationary Members, what progress have they made in their 
ministerial studies, and in what year were they admitted to Probationary Membership 
(111417.423): 

a) As students in approved schools of theology? (114 1 7(1 ) - Indicate for each person 
the number of years completed and the year admitted to Probationary Member- 
ship): 

Jeffrey Lee Roberts Duke Divinity School 1987 

b) In the advanced ministerial course of study? (141 7(2) - Indicate for each person 
the number of years completed and the year admitted to Probationary Member- 
ship): None 

c) Following completion of their educational requirements? (1423(1 ) - Indicate for 
each person the year admitted to Probationary Membershiip): 

Charles L. Aaron Perkins 1983 

Michael Reed Barker Wesley 1986 

David Clark Benson Asbury 1986 

Michael Kevin Boggs Southeastern 1 986 

Jesse Virgil Bone, Jr Duke 1984 

Edwin Albert Briggs, Jr Duke 1986 

Vernon Weaver Brown III Southeastern 1 987 

Mary Alene Clive Duke 1984 

Robert Kenneth Eldredge Duke 1 987 

Leonard Owen Fair Asbury 1 987 

Gayle Carlton Felton Duke 1983 

David Henry Francis Duke 1983 

Lynn Tucker Grogan Perkins 1 986 

Steven Michael Hall Duke 1987 

William Ervin HoUiday Duke 1987 

Thomas Michael Hollis Candler 1985 

Eddie Jo Jarrett Southeastern 1 985 

Gregory Keith Jenks Duke 1987 

Paul Jones Johnson 111 Duke 1984 

L. Gregory Jones Duke 1986 



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Linda Marie Kelly Southwestern 1987 

Duke CaldweU Lackey Duke 1985 

Delores Anne Langley Duke 1 986 

Mark Elvin Lykins Duke 1986 

David Ophanalia Malloy Duke 1987 

Samuel Duncan McMillan III Duke 1986 

Joanna Claire Miller Duke 1987 

William Kenneth MitcheU, Jr Duke 1 986 

Stanley Carl Moore Gammon . . 1 986 

Donna Susan Moore Duke 1 984 

Robert Franklin Pierce, Jr Southeastern 1 987 

Larry Robinson Gammon . . 1 986 

John Martin RusseU Meth.Theo.(Ohio) 1987 

Carla Jory Scanlan Duke 1986 

Robert Branson Sheets Asbury 1987 

Robert Strong Shields Duke 1 985 

Carolyn Reed Smith Duke 1986 

Ronald James Snider Duke 1 986 

Paul Cushman Sittason Stark Chicago . . . 1986 

John Brinkley Sugg Duke 1987 

Roy Michael Sykes Duke 1985 

Claire Clyburn Tharrington Duke 1 986 

MarshaU Keith Thomason Duke 1987 

Richard Martin Tysinger Duke 1 986 

Deborah Morgan Tyson Duke 1 986 

James Bell Ward Duke 1985 

Samuel Asbury Williams Southeastern 1 986 

Brian Wayne Wingo Duke 1986 

30. Who have been transferred from other Christian denominations (11426.3): 

a) As Associate Members (11426.3a)? None 

b) As Probationary Members (11426.3a, b)? 
Roger Alan Bladsdell 

Frances Louise Browne 
Timothy John Russell 
William J. Witt, Jr. 

31 . Who are elected as ministerial Members in Full Connection (11423)? 

HOWARD EMORY ANDERSON III (Rockingham District) B.A., Methodist College. 
M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: September 5, 1 960. AAarried, one child. 

REUBEN Lj\WRENCE BOWDEN, JR. (Durham District) B.A., Huntingdon College M. 
Div., Duke Divinity School. ProbaUonary Member 1982. Deacons Orders 1982. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: December 7, 1957. Married, one child. 

LISA ANN BROWN (Rocky Mount District) B.A., Elon College. M. Div. Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 
Born: March 20, 1961 . Single. 

RICHARD THOMAS CLAYTON (Rocky Mount District) B.A., AtlanUc ChrisUan Col- 
lege.MRE, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. 
Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for Elder's Orders. Born: Oc- 
tober 16, 1955. Married, two children. 



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WADE WILLIAM CRABTREE (New Bern District) B.A., Southeastern CoUege. M.Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. Born: June 13, 1951. Married, two children. 

JOHN MARSHALL CROWE (Wilmington District) B.A., East Carolina University. M. 
Div., Asbury Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1984. Deacon's Orders 1984. 
Eligible for Elder's Orders. Born: May 15, 1957. Single. 

ELDRICK RAY DAVIS (Rockingham District) B.A., St. Andrews Presbyterian College. 
M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: September 1, 1957. Married, four children. 

TOMMY LEWIS EVANS (Burlington District) B.A., AtlanUc ChrisOan CoUege. M.Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. Born: January 7, 1953. Married, two children. 

LEONARD EARL FAIRLEY (Sanford District) B.A., Pfeiffer CoUege. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 985. Deacon's Orders 1 985. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: March 29, 1957. Married, two children. 

DAVID SIDNEY FISCHLER (Sanford District) B.A., Rutgers University. 
M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Probationary Member 1985. 
Deacon's Orders 1985. Eligible for Elder's Orders. Born: October 14, 1958. Married, one 
child. 

KENNETH MIKE FRANKLIN (Sanford District) B.S., GSMA West Point. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: May 16, 1955. Married. 

EDITH LEE CLEAVES (Raleigh District) B.A., Wake Forest University. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: February 17, 1960. Single. 

DAVID OMAR JENKINS (Durham District) B.A., Duke University. M.Div., Yale Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. EUgible for Elder's Orders. 
Born: July 16, 1953. Single. 

SAMUEL WHITE LOY (Greenville District) B.A., Elon CoUege. M.Div., Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 
Born: June 16,1 949. AAarried, two children. 

ANDREW MURDOCK MARSHALL (Goldsboro District) B.A., University of North 
Carolina/Wilmington. M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1983. 
Deacon's Orders 1 983. Eligible for Elder's Orders. Born: February 1 6, 1 954. Married, one 
child. 

LESLIE MONTFORT MARSICANO (Durham District) A.B., Duke University. M.Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. Born: AAay 9, 1 956. Married. 

DWIGHT EDWARD MARTIN (Fayetteville District) A.B., Asbury College. M.Div., 
Candler School of Theology. Probationary Member 1984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: November 6, 1957. Single. 

GLENN ELDRIDGE MASON (Goldsboro District) B.A., AtlanUc Christian CoUege. 
M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: July 15, 1 941 . Married, two chUdren. 

RODERIC LYNN MULLEN (Raleigh District) A.B., Duke University. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. EUgible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: May 2, 1961. Single. 



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ROBERT OGLE SKINNER (Durham District) B.S., Penn State. M.Div., Duke Divinity 
School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible for Elder's Orders. 
Born: October 21 , 1940. Married, two children. 

JOHN CARLTON SPEIGHT, JR. (Greenville District) B.S., Old Dominion University. 
M.Div., Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 986. Deacon's Orders 1 986. Eligible 
for Elder's Orders. Born: January 17, 1960. Single. 

PHYLLIS HICKS STRAGS (Raleigh District) B.A., University of North Carolina. M.Div., 
Duke Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 985. Deacon's Orders 1 985. Eligible for 
Elder's Orders. Born: June 1 , 1 954. Married, one child. 

JONATHAN ERIC STROTHER (Raleigh District) B.A., Methodist CoUege. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: October 16, 1957. Married, one child. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN WILLIAMS (Sanford District) B.A., Pfeiffer College. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 985. Deacon's Orders 1 985. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: November 25, 1943. Married, one child. 

CAMILLEOGLE YORKEY (Goldsboro District) A. B., Greensboro College. M.Div., Duke 
Divinity School. Probationary Member 1 984. Deacon's Orders 1 984. Eligible for Elder's 
Orders. Born: April 1 8, 1 946. Widowed, two children. 

32. What Probationary Members, previously discontinued, are readmitted (11456)? None 

33. Who are readmitted (111457-459): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? None 

34. Who are returned to the effective relationship after voluntary retirement (11453.7): 

a) As Associate Members? None 

b) As Probationary Members? None 

c) As Members in Full Connection? None 

35. Who have been received by transfer from other Annual Conferences of The United 
Methodist Church (1I1I51 6.5, 732.21m)? (List alphabeUcally. If ProbaUonary Members 
or Associate Members, so indicate.) None 

36. Who are transferred in from other Methodist denominations (11426.2)? (List alphabeti- 
cally. If Probationary Member or Associate Member, so indicate.) 

Kenneth Joseph Collins (PM) Free Methodist 06/1 9/88 

Leon Delanoa Fowler (PM) Wesleyan . . 06/1 9/88 

37. Who have been elected and ordained deacons (11433): 

a) /\s /Associate Members (11433. 1 )? None 

b) As Probationary Members (11433.2)? 

James Stanley Brown Joyce Reynolds Mott 

Milton Bailey Collier, Jr. Brian Darren Perry 

Larry Dean Crane Barbara Kathryn HoUis Price 

Lawrence McNeill Dowdy Erieen Geiselle Isley Thompson 

Kimberly Anne Garner Stephen Paul Wanger 

Pamela Jo Hudson Scott Cameron Washington 

Randall Eugene Innes Julia Webb-Bowden 

Edith Dudley Jenkins William Joseph Wilburn 

James Edward Malloy, Jr. Norma Walters Wingo 

Dena Jo McFarland Peggy Ormsby Witt 

David Alexander McLean Andrea Reese Woodhouse 
David William Woodhouse 

38. Who have been elected and ordained elders (11434): 
a) As theological graduates (11434. 1 )? 



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Howard Emory Anderson III David Omar Jenkins 

Reuben Lawrence Bowden, Jr. Samuel White Loy 

Lisa Ann Brown Andrew Murdock Marshall 

Richard Thomas Clayton Leslie Montfort Marsicano 

Wade William Crabtree Dwight Edward Martin 

John Marshall Crowe Glenn Eldridge Mason 

Eldrick Ray Davis Roderic Lynn Mullen 

Tommy Lewis Evans Robert Ogle Skinner 

Leonard Earl Fairley John Carlton Speight, Jr. 

David Sidney Fischler Phyllis Hicks Straus 

Kenneth Mike Franklin Jonathan Eric Strother 

Edith Lee Cleaves William Franklin Williams 

Camille Ogle Yorkey 
b) As Probationary Members previously Associate Members (11434.2)? None 

39. What ministers, coming from other Christian denominations, have had their orders 
recognized (11427): 

a) As deacons? 

Roger Alan Blaisdell Timothy John Russell 

Frances Louise Brown William J Witt, Jr. 

b) As elders? None 

40. Who have been elected or ordained as a courtesy to other conferences? 

a) Elected: 

As Associate Members? None 

As Probationary Members? None 

As Members in Full Connection? None 

b) Ordained after election by this conference: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

4 1 . Who have been transferred out to other Annual Conferences of The United Methodist 
Church (151 6.5)? (If Probationary or Associate, so indicate.) 

Lawrence McNeill Dowdy Louisville . . . 06/19/88 

Richard B. Haverly, Jr New York . . .06/14/87 

Robert W. RoUins Western NC .03/01/88 

42. Who are discontinued as Probationary Members (1454. 1 )? 

Jeffrey C. Rose 06/19/88 

David Earl Hunt 06/19/88 

43. Who have been granted honorable location (1454.2)? (If Associate Member, so indi- 
cate. Give date when this action became effective. Record Charge Conference where 
membership is held): 

THIS YEAR? None 
PREVIOUSLY? 

Albert F. KeUer 1940 

William M. Loy 1944 

Ernest R. Bromley 1947 

Robert Stansil Gibson 1 965 

Albert Raney Folds 1967 



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Auburn William Lore 1968 

Edward Powell Osteen 1969 Durham: Bethany CC 

William Raymond Peele, Jr 1969 

Eugene Thomas Long III 1970 

Albert Eivyne Thompson 1970 

James Frederick Thompson, Jr 1970 

Theodore Joseph Collier, Jr 1 971 

Thomas Walters Mulling 1971 

Paul Cullum Gentry 1972 

Royce Paul Jones 1972 

Joel Martin Savell 1972 

Harold Dallas Stanley 1972 

Harold Uoyd Stauffer 1972 

William Ernest Herbert 1973 

James Worth Uneberger, Jr 1973 Gary: First GG 

Eric Garl Krohne 1974 

Garl Edward SetUe 1976 

Gerald Harris Shinn 1977 Wl: Wesley Mem. GG 

Wesley Gamble Brogan 1978 

James Frederick Langston 1 979 Portsmouth,VA:Aldersgate 

Jather L. Peterson, Jr 1979 Vanceboro GG 

LoweU Earl Adkins 1980 BCJ: Front St. GG 

Horace Taylor Ferguson 1980 

Henry Gurney Jinnette 1980 GO: St. Paul GG 

Phillip Wayne Keel 1980 

Thomas Ray McKay 1981 Carolina Beach GG 

Mac Linscott Ricketts 1981 Louisburg GG 

Thomas Otis Fufcher 1982 Statesville: Broad St. 

Robert Kinsey Smith 1982 RM: First GG 

Wayne Everett Young 1 983 Warrenton: Wesley Mem. 

Roger Russell Blake 1986 Wake Forest GG 

Who have had their conference membership terminated: (If Associate Member, so 
indkrate. Give date when this action became effective.) 

a) By withdrawal to unite with another denomination (11454.3)? None 

b) By surrender of the ministerial office (1454.4)? 

David Alton Eubank (AM) 04/16/88 

William B. Starnes 03/23/88 

c) By withdrawal under complaints or (1111454.5, 2626.2)? None 

d) By withdrawal between conference (11454.6? 

David Alton Eubank (AM) 04/16/88 

William B. Starnes 03/23/88 

e) By involuntary termination (11455. 1 )? None 
By administraUve location (11455.2)? None 
g) By trial (111455.3, 2624.3)? None 
Deceased (List alphabetically): 

a) What Associate Members have died during the year? 
NAME - DATE OF BIRTH - DATE OF DEATH 

Haywood Lee Martin 08^8/22 . . . 06/14/88 

b) What Probattonary Members have died during the year? None 

c) What Members in Full Connection have died during the year? 



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EFFECTIVE: 

NAME - DATE OF BIIRTH - DATE OF DEATH 

Gregory AUen Howard 02/01/58 . . .02/29/88 

Franklin OdeU Walker 03/16/26 . . .02/17/88 

RETIRED: 

Joseph F. Coble 09/12/11 . . .03/27/88 

Wade Hawkins 08/22/05 . . .04/07/88 

Cuyler Freeman Heath 12/24/00 . . .02/29/88 

John Bascom Hurley 06/12/92 . . .08/25/87 

Ralph H. Lewis 01/30/99 . . .07/14/87 

d) What local pastors have died during the year? 
EFFECTIVE: None 
RETIRED: 
Charles Everette Price, Jr 06/10/23 . . . 02/06/88 

46. What ministers have received appointments in other Annual Conferences of The 
United Methodist Church while retaining their membership in this /vnnual Conference 
(11425. 1 )? (List alphabetically; indicate Annual Conference where appointed. If Proba- 
tionary or Associate Member, so indicate.) 

Lynn Tucker Grogan North Texas 

Susan P. Jones Baltimore 

Paul Cushman Sittason Stark West Ohio 

Willie S. Teague South Carolina 

47. Who are the ministers on leave of absence and for what number of years consecu- 
tively has each held this relation (11450)? (if Probationary Members or Associate Mem- 
ber, so indicate.) 

a) With consent? 

NAME AND NUMBER OF YEARS 

Diane M. C. Blanchard 06/30/88 

Ed Briggs (PM) 12/01/87 

John H. Dutton, Jr 09/01/86 

J. Harvey Estes 06/01/87 

David Eubank 01/01/88-04/16/88 

J. Rodney Fulcher 06/01/87 

Paul Granger 06/30/88 

Royd C. Hinshaw, Jr 03/01/84 

Susan Padgett Levis 06/01/87 

Billy W. A. McLean (AM) 06/30/88 

Charles Donald Myers 06/01/86 

Robert W. Rollins, Jr 06/01/87-03/01/88 

Donald Thomas Settle 06/30/88 

William Starnes 02/01/88-03/23/88 

John Brinkley Sugg (PM) 06/30/88 

b) Without consent? None 

48. Who have been suspended under the provisions of 1I2623.3e? (Give effective dates.) 
None 

49. Who are granted sabbatical leave (11448)? (Give date when this relation became ef- 
fective; if Associate Member, so indicate.) None 

50. What actions have been taken concerning disabled ordained ministers and full-time 
local pastors (11452. NOTE: Disability leave is a relationship that must be granted AN - 
NCJALLY by action of the Annual Conference. Persons listed here should not be listed 
as retired under Questions 51 , 52, 53, or 54.) 



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a) What ordained ministers and full-time local pastors were granted disability leave 
since the last Annual Conference session (11452.2) (Give effective dates and in- 
dicate if Probationary Members, Associate Member, or Full-time Local Pastor): 
William Thomas Clarke 12/01/87-06/30/88 

b) What ordained ministers and full-time local pstors have had their disability leave 
terminated since the last conference session (11452.2)? (Give effective dates of 
terminations): None 

c) What ordained ministers and full-time local pastors are granted disability leave at 
this session (11452.1 )? (If Probationary Member, Associate Member, or Full-time 
Local Pastor, so indicate.) 

Clingman Carter Capps 02/01/84 

Frederick F. Dillon (AM) 06/01/84 

Paul Wesley Evans (AM) 06/08/72 

William H. Farmer (AM) 06/01/84 

Clifton R. Hollowell 06/01/86 

Herbert Franklin Home (FLP) 06/01/85 

Arnold Kimsey King, Jr 06/01/85 

William Robert King (FLP) 06/01/86 

Robert Morman Knight 06/01/83 

Robert Fulton McKee 08/1 5/83 

James Earl McLendon 06/01/87 

Evander Parnell (AM) 06/01^6 

51 . What Members in Full Connection have been retired (11453): List alphabetically giving 
full name - first, middle, last - in that order.) 
a) THIS YEAR? 

Mandatory Retirement (age 70)? None 

Retirement with Actuarially Reduced Benefits (age 62 or 37 years under ap- 
pointment)? 

Paul Casto Browning Joseph Chapman Parker 

Robert Harry Jordan Howard Milton Wilkinson 

Early Retirement (20 or more years under appointment)? 

James C. Stokes, Jr. Elbert Russell Stott 

Regular Retirement (age 65 or 40 years under appointment)? 

James Albert Auman James Robert Lancaster, Jr. 

Johnnie Dolphus Aycock Charles Henry Mercer 

John Maxwell Cline Kenneth Bryan Sexton 

Richard Thomson Commander Clarence Lee Warren 

William Everett Eason, Jr. WUliam Miles WeUs, Jr. 

Jean Livingston Hood Herman Stanford Winberry 

PREVIOUSLY? 
BGRLINGTON DISTRICT - Gayle T. Alexander, Chester J. Andrews, Lewis H. Dodson, 
H. H. Hodgln, Jr., William M. Howard, Jr., Johnie L. Joyce, L. R. Mason, Jr. Jesse F. AAin- 
nis, Robert C. Mooney, Jr., C. P. Morris, Robert E. Lee Moser, George W. Ports, Jr., Wil- 
liam A. Seawell, Robert B. Storrs, Jr., J. Doane Stott, Marvin Dewey Tyson, Christian White 
DURHAM DISTRICT - Paul Wesley Aitken, Walton N. Bass, David G. Bradley, Robert 
E. Cushman, Matt R. Gardner, R. S. Harrison, Barney L. Jones, Charles H. Lancaster, 
Brooks B. Little, E. H. Measamer, Eric O. Murray, John R. Poe, Vergil E. Queen, John Ed- 
ward Reed, Cecil W. Robbins, Charles K. Robinson, John J. Rudin II, A. M. Williams, Kelly 
J. Wilson, Jr., J. D. Young 



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ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT - Lewis A. Dillman, D. T. Goodwin, Lawrence A. Green, 
C. B. Hutcherson, J. Kern Ormond, Edgar E. WhiUey, William Earl Worley 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT - W. Hoyt Cheek, Allen C. Edens, Jr., N. P. Edens, J. E. 
Garlington, N. B. Hill, Jr., P. O. Lee, M. W. Maness, MeKan R. Miller, T. Arnold Pope, J. R. 
Regan, Aaron G. Tyson, Arthur W. Winstead, Samuel J. Womack 

GOLDSBOTRO DISTRICT - Robert L. Bame, Chester D. Brown, W. R. Crowder, C. F. 
Eakin, J. Paul Edwards, H. L. HarreU, C. E. Hix, Jr., Grady L. Kinley, F. D. Lamneck, A. S. 
Lancaster, B. R. McCullen, C. G. Nickens, E. G. Purcell, Jr., James G. Snypes, R. E. 
Walston, Samuel L. Wood 

GREENVILLE DISTRICT - A. E. Brown, F. W. Fortescue, MurreU K. Glover, John W. 
Hobbs, James G. Lupton, H. F. Pollock, Jesse C. Staton, Sr., M. O. Stephenson, David 
M. Tyson, Oscar S. Williams 

NEW BERN DISTRICT - Edward P. Armstrong, Roy O. Burgess, W. C. Feltman, Vance 
A. Lewis, W. P. McComas, Samuel S. Moore, R. L. Nicks, C. Ray West, Pearl G. West 

RALEIGH DISTRICT - Troy J. Barrett, G. W. Blount, Joseph K. BosUck, Jr., G. W. 
Crutchfield, B. L. Davidson, K. E. Frazier, J. W. Garrison, H. L. Harris, O. L. Hathaway, 
Norwood L Jones, H. B. Lewis, J. W. Lineberger, Walter N. McDonald, H. M. McLamb, 
C. Maness Mitchell, J. P. Moorman, W. B. Petteway, L. P. Plyler, R. W. Pritchard, F. R. Ran- 
dolph, J. Earl Richardson, N. H. Thompson, T. Marvin Vick, Jr., H. Robert Warren, James 
A. Williams, John E. Wood, O. B. Wooldridge 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT - Simeon Cummings, Willie J. Evans, T. B. Hough, T. H. 
House, Harold F. Leatherman, Robert A. MacLean, Clyde A. McCarver, B. F. Meacham, 
W. F. Meacham, Rayford H. Methvin, C. H. Mewborn, Robert F. Moore, Lee A. Phillips, J. 
H. Shiver, Edward F. Smith, L. Ray Sparrow, Amos H. Stone, L. C. Swink, D. D. Trayn- 
ham, K. R. Wheeler 

ROCKY MOGNT DISTRICT - L E. Blackburn, Daniel C. Boone, Sidney G. Boone, C. 
R. Breedin, H. F. Crawley, H. L Davis, C. W. Goldston, John T. Greene, W. B. Gregory, 
O. Kelly Ingram, L. P. Jackson, T. R. Jenkins, Dan E. Meadows, Jack W. Moore, Brooks 
Patten, John T. Smith, J. B. Speight 

SANFORD DISTRICT - WUliam H. Brady, John R. Crew, Jr., W. A. Crow, James W. 
Hamilton, C. S. Hubbard, Konstanty Naider, W. Junius Neese, J. E. Sponenberg, Mary 
L. VonCanon 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT - Clyde S. Boggs, W. O. Connor, R. Leon Crossno, F. D. 
Hedden, David L. Moe, Ben F. Musser, John S. Pearsall, Allen Richardson, Roger E. 
Thompson 

InuolunUuy Retirement (453.3)? None 

52. What Associate Members have been retired (11453): (List alphab>etically giving full 
name - first, middle, last - in that order.) 

a) This year? None 

b) Previously? 

Fletcher W. Fraley 1984 

William Nelson Fulford 1985 

Henry Marcus Hunnings 1 987 

Orville Earl Leonard 1976 

Charles I. Gmstead, Jr 1980 

Luther Vernon Wesley 1985 

53. What Probationary Members have been retired (11453): 

a) This year? None 

b) Previously? None 



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54. Who have been recognized as retired local pastors (1141 0.5): 

a) This year? None 

b) Previously? 

Leon Moran Brock 1975 

Jefferson Woodrow Davis 1 984 

Jesse T. Fisher 1973 

Raymond Gardner Guriey, Sr 1986 

Riley Vance Hardison, Jr 1987 

John Thomas Ledford 1980 

Ester Maxwell McNair 1986 

George D. AAiller 1973 

Harley McCoy Owens 1983 

Charles Maura Treihart 1983 

Roy L Turnage, Jr 1982 

Tracie Varnum 1 984 

55. Changes in ministerial membership: What is the number of ordained ministers: 
(NOTE: The numbers in parenthesis following each category listing are the question 
numbers in this report form where ministers in that category are listed. The number 
reported below should agree with the number of names listed in the corresponding 
questions.) 

a) Elected as Associate Members? (27) 

b) Elected as Probationary Members? (28a, b, c) 29 

c) Elected as Members in Full Connection? (31) 25 

d) Readmitted? (32, 33a, b) 

e) Retired made effective? (34a, b, c) 

Transferred in? (30a, b, 35, 36) 6 

g) Transferred out? (41 ) 3 

h) Discontinued as Probationary Members? (42) 2 

i) Honorably located? (43) 36 

j) Witindrawn? (44a, b, c, d) 2 

k) Involuntarily terminated? (44e) 

1) Administratively located? (44g) 

m) Terminated by trial? (44g) 

n) Deceased (45a, b, c) 8 

56. What is the number of: 

a) Pastoral charges? 564 

b) Local churches? 844 

57. What is the number of ministerial members of the Annual Conference? (NOTE: 
Where applicable, the question numbers on this report form corresponding to each 
category have been placed in parenthesis following the category title. Where these 
question numbers appear, the number reported in that category should agree with 
the number of names listed in the corresponding questions.) 



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Categories 



Associate Members/ FuU-Time 

Members in Probationary Affiliate Members Local 

Full Connection Members With Vote Pastors 



Pastors 374 

Appointments Beyond the 

Local Church: Within the 

Connectional Structures 

including District 

Superintendents (69a) 63 

ApFKDintments Beyond the 

Local Church: Extension 

Ministries (69b) 28 

Appointments Beyond the 

Local Church: Other 

Valid /Ministries (69c) 26 

Appointments to 

Attend School (69d) 6 

Appointed to other 

Annual Conferences (46) 2 
On Leave of Absence (47) 1 
Gnder Suspension (48) 

On Sabbatical Leave (49) 

On Disability Leave (50c) 6 

ReUred(51,52, 53) 210 



56 



11 

2 
1 







21 



41 



Total Number, 
Ministerial Members 



725 



74 



33 



53 



Grand Total, 
All Conference 
Ministerial Members 



885 



PART II: DIAGONAL MINISTERS 

58. Who are consecrated this year as diaconal ministers (11307)? (List alphabetically): 
None 

59. Who are reinstated as diaconal ministers (11313.4)? None 

60. Who are transferred in as diaconal ministers (1131 2)? None 

61 . What diaconal ministers have been granted leave of absence (113 13.1): 

a) Since the last session of the Annual Conference? (Give effective date of each): 
None 



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b) At this session of the Annual Conference? (Include names of persons listed in 
Question 61a, if their leaves of absence are continuing): 
Wanda GaU Walker June 1986 

62. Who are transferred out as diaconal ministers (11312)? None 

63. Who have had their conference relationship as diaconal ministers terminated by An- 
nual Conference action (11313.3)? 

W. Donald Penley 

64. Who have taken the retired relationship to the Annual Conference as diaconal min- 
isters (11313.2): 

a) This year? 
Leslie C. Womack 

b) Previously? 

Bernice Ballance Irene Gattis 

Ethelynde Ballance Marilyn Johnson 

Robert H. Garrison, Jr. Alma Whitfield Offutt 

65. What diaconal ministers have died during the year? 

a) Effective: Phyllis Gantz Savage 07/24/87 

b) Retired: None 

PART IV: MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS AND CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

66. Who are approved for appointment to less than full-time service, what is the total 
number of years for which such approval has been granted to each, and for what 
fraction of full-time service (in one-quarter increments) is approval granted (for pur- 
poses of equitable salary claim and pension credit (1I1I436.2, 442.2, 1 606.4b)? 
Frank L. /Mexander one fourth year 

Kenneth E. Beane one fourth year 

C. McGee Creech one fourth year 

Susanna Ross Helms three fourths year 

Rachel T. Moser one half year 

Robert F. Pierce, Jr one half year 

Barbara H. Price one half year 

John E. Williams one half year 

67. What chcinges have been made in appointments since the last Annual Conference 
session? (Attach list. Include Appointments Beyond the Local Church and give ef- 
fective dates of all changes.) 

B(J Mebane - Mary Wilder Cartwright became Minister of Education under 11425.1 , ef- 
fective May 1, 1988. 

DG Massey's Chapel - Marilyn Koeppen Shipman appointed Interim Supply, effective 
May 1 , 1 988. Mary Wilder Cartwright was given an appointment in the Burlington District. 

DG Roxboro: Grace - James C. Reed (FL) was appointed February 1, 1988. Charles 
C. Smith was given an appointment in the New Bern District. 

EC Hatteras - W. Thomas Clarke was granted Disability Leave, December 1, 1987. 
Thomas Lynn Sweeley was appointed to Hatteras, January 1 , 1 988. 

EC Perkins - Carl J. Yow was discontinued on September 30, 1987. AArs. Margaret 
Saunders was appointed Interim Supply on October 1 , 1 987. 

EC Randy L. Hillman (Appointed to Attend School) became Associate Director of 
Chaplain Services, Forsyth Memorial Hospital, August 31,1 987. 

FA Clinton: First - F. Odell Walker died February 17,1988. J. Paul Edwards was ap- 
pointed Retired Supply, March 1 , 1 988. 



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FA Clinton Circuit - David A. Eubank was granted Leave of Absence on December 31 , 
1 987. Dennis E. Hooper was appointed Interim Supply, January 1 , 1 988. 

FA Fayetteville: Camp Ground, Associate - Michael K. Brown (FL) was discontinued 
July 1 5, 1 987. The associate position was left to be supplied. 

NB Beulaville - Henry M. Hunnings (RM) gave up his work. Richard C. Johnson (PLP) 
was appointed October 1 , 1 987. 

NB Jacksonville: Pine Valley - William B. Starnes was granted Leave of Absence, 
January 31,1 988. Charles C. Smith (from the Durham District)was appointed to Pine Val- 
ley, February 1 , 1988. 

NB Pamlico Cooperative Parish - Richard C. Johnson (SLP) was discontinued Septem- 
ber 1 987. William E. Galyon (SLP) was appointed January 1 , 1 988. 

NB Verona - William E. Galyon was reassigned to Pamlico Coop>erative Parish, January 
1 , 1 988. Adolph C. Smith (IS) was appointed February 1 , 1 988. 

NB Pollocksville-Lee's Chapel - James C. Reed was transferred to the Durham District 
on February 1 , 1 988. Rudolph H. Hodge was appointed February 1 , 1 988. 

NB Cedar Island-Sea Level - Rudolph H. Hodge was reassigned to Pollocksville-Lee's 
Chapel, February 1 , 1 988. Linda A. Goldston (FLP) was appointed February 1 , 1 988. 

NB Jacksonville: Trinity - Associate position was left to be supplied when Linda 
Goldston was reassigned to Cedar Island-Sea Level, February 1 , 1 988. 

RA Raleigh: Jenkins Memorial - Bobby Powell Tyson, Sr. was appointed full-time as 
Conference Evangelist, January 1, 1988. He has moved his Charge Conference to 
Chapel Hill: Amity. Suzanna Ross Helms was appointed to Jenkins Memorial beginning 
January 1 , 1 988. The associate position in Raleigh: Hayes Barton was left to be supplied. 

RA Trinity-Piney Grove - Belmont Rogers (IS) was discontinued February 28, 1 988. 
David A. McLean (SLP) was appointed March 1 , 1 988. 

RA Edward C. Elliott was appointed Therapist at Johnston County Mental Health 
Center, April 4, 1988. 

RM Littleton - Thomas Lynn Sweeley was appointed to the Hatteras Charge (Elizabeth 
City District), January 1 , 1 988. Paul Lee Burke (from the West Virginia Conference) was 
appointed to Littleton under P425.1 on January 1, 1988. 

RM Wilson: First, Associate - Edwin A. Briggs, Jr. (PM) was granted Leave of Absence, 
CXrtober 20, 1 987. The associate position was discontinued. 

68. Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? 
(See Appointment List on the next page.) 

69. What ordained ministers are appointed beyond the local church for the ensuing year: 
(11443. List according to the disciplinary categories listed below.) 

a) Within the connectional structures of United Methodism (1i443.a, c)? 

b) To extension ministries (11443. 1 b, c)? 

c) To other valid ministries under the provisions of 11443. 1 d? 

d) To attend school (11443. 1 e)? 

(See Special Appointment List following the Appointment List.) 

70. Where are the diaconal ministers appointed for the ensuing year (11310)? (Diaconal 
minister appointments are included in the Appointment List.) 

71 . What other personal notations should be made? (Include such matters as changes 
in pension credit, correction or additions to matters reported in the Business of the 
Annuail Conference form in previous years, and legal name changes of ministerial 
members.) 



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Thomas Crawley Davis III (Presbyterian rrunister) resignedJuly 31 , 1 981 from the posi- 
tion as Campus Minister, Duke University Parish Ministry, to take other employment 

Barney L. Jones, Jr. was ordained Elder, May 1 8, 1 944, in the New York East Con- 
ference by Bishop Francis John McConnell, as a courtesy to the Virginia Conference, in 
order for him to enter the chaplaincy. 

Randall Eugene Innes became a Full Time Local Pastor on January 1 , 1 988, rather 
than June 11,1 987, as was indicated on page 63 of the 1987 North Carolina Conference 
Journal. 

(Also see Pension Report, Section V of Journal.) 
72. Where shall the next Conference Session be heW? 

Methodist College, FayetteviDe, North Carolina 



1988 - 1989 APPOINTMENT LIST 



Key to Appointment List 



PM Probationary Member 

AM Associate Member 

FL Full-Time Local Pastor 

PL Part-Time Local Pastor 

SL Student Local Pastor 

RM Retired Pastor serving as Supply 

OM Other Conference or Denomination 

IS Interim Supply 

(John Doe) Name enclosed in parentheses indicates the minister is not a 

full Conference member. 
[2] Indicates number of churches on the charge 
Number in right column indicates number of years minister has been 

appointed to that charge. 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT - 48 Charges 

F. OWEN FITZGERALD, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 5 
3118 Truitt Drive, Burlington, NC 27215 



Bellemont 
Bethel 
BURLINGTON : 

Davis Street 
Associate 

Emmanuel 

Faith 

Front Street 
Associate 
Diaconal Minister 

Grace 

St. Paul's 

West Burlington 
Burlington Ct. [2] 
Carrboro 
Cedar Grove 
CHAPEL HILL: 

Aldersgate 

Amity 

Orange 

University 
Associate 
Diaconal Minister 
Chestnut Ridge 
Cobb Circuit [3] 
Concord 
Efland 

Eno-Palmers Grove [2] 
Fairview 
Friendship 
GRAHAM: 

Christ-Cedar Cliff [2] 

First 
Haw River 
Hebron 

Hightowers [ 3 ] 
Hillsborough 
Leasburg 

Lebanon-Carr [2] 
Mebane 

Minister of Education 
Milton [3] 
Mt. Hermon 
New Hope-Purley [2] 
New Sharon 
Phillips Chapel 
Prospect 
Rock Creek [2] 
St . Luke ' s 
Salem 
Saxapahaw 
Shiloh 



William V. Taylor 
James B. Ward 

H. Arthur Phillips, Jr. 
(Lyndle R. Bullard) 
William C. Spencer, Jr. 
Glenn B. Everett 
Jack L. Hunter 
David St. Clair 
Margaret Anne Biddle 
Jerry S. Dodson 
Edward M. Gunter 
William L. Wolfe 
Tommy L. Evans 
James H. Coile 
David L. Harvin 

Susan L. Allred 
James L. Hobbs 
Rene' O. Bideaux 
William H. Gattis 
Raegan V. May 
Carol Denise Conner 
(Phillip R. Maynard) 
Virgil B. Huffman 
Michael D. Weber 
William A. Boykin 
(Bruce D. Phillips) 
H. Warren Casiday 
Alvin M. Home 

Haywood A. Smith 
Marshall R. Old 
Steven A. Hickle 
Carson S. Tyson 
(Roger C. Williams) 
Herman N. Ward, Jr. 
(Stephen H. Kirby) 
(Clyde A. Denny) 
G. Lloyd Edge 
Mary W. Cartwright 
(Benjamin E. Nelms) 
Fred E. Roberts 
Donna Susan Moore 
Robert W. Morgan 
(Benjamin S. Sharpe) 
William W. Newman 
(Walter L. Graves) 
(Carl D. Belcher) 
John H. Crum 
Gregory K. Jenks 
J. Lloyd Spencer 



OM 
SL 



SL 
SL 



OM 
SL 



SL 
SL 



wepsonville 
nion Grove 
alnut Grove 
est Orange [2] 
anceyville 



223 
Henry A. Bizzell, Jr. 
(Anne Bachmann) 
R. Michael Sykes 
Robert K. Eldredge 
(Thomas D. McDowell) 





1 


SL 


1 


PM 


3 


PM 


3 


SL 


2 



DURHAM DISTRICT - 57 Charges 

WALLACE H. KIRBY, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 5 
1002 West Knox Sreet, Durham NC 27701 



llensville-Trinity [2] 


Bess G. Hunnings 






jidrews Chapel 


(Richard C. Hill, Jr.) 


SL 




ahama: Mt. Bethel 


J. Albert Trotter 






;anks -Grove Hill [2] 


Gayla G. Estes 






rookland-Brooksdale [2] 


Brian W. Wingo 


PM 




iutner: Community 


(W. Chris Aydlett, Jr.) 


SL 




oncord ' 


Johnny H. Branch 






:reedmoor 


Kelly J. Wilson III 






-URHAM: 








Aldersgate 


Robert L. Wallace 




11 


Asbury 


Wallace M. Ellis 






Asbury Temple 


Stanley C. Moore 


PM 




Bethany 


Rex E. Brooks 






Bethesda 


(James T. Weaver, Jr.) 


SL 




Branson 


Jeffrey L. Roberts 


PM 




Calvary 


Charles E. Owens 






Carr 


Edward F. Bogie 






Diaconal Minister 


Tacoma ' Connor 






Duke Memorial 


W. Eric Carson 






Duke's Chapel 


John W. Ruth 






Epworth 


Brian G. Gentle 






Glendale Heights 


Mark W. Wethington 






Lakewood 


John Martin Russell 


PM 




McMannen 


Michael B. Hobbs 






Parkwood 


Julian W. Scott 






Pleasant Green 


Robert S. Shields 


PM 




Resurrection 


E. Powell Osteen, Jr. 






St. Paul 


Lawrence E. Lugar 






Trinity 


David E. Brownlee 






Associate 


Shelley A. Fogleman 






Program Associate 


Wayne N. Thomas 


OM 




Highway 98 


Mark E. Lykins 


PM 




!llis Chapel 


Frank L. Alexander 






'"letcher's Chapel 


Barry Lee Lane 






;ranville Circuit [2] 


(James W. King) 


SL 




;ranville-Vance [3] 


(Derrick K. Harris) 


SL 




lelena 


(Daniel G. Speed) 


SL 




lENDERSON: 








City Road 


G. Ronald Patton 






First 


J. B. Parvin 






White Memorial 


James Stanley Brown 


PM 




lermon 


(Christopher 0. Cumbest) 


SL 




Idea's Chapel-Warren's Grove [2] 


1 Ronald J. Snider 


PM 




larrow's Chapel 


Floyd R. Morrow, Jr. 






lassey's Chapel 


(Marilyn K. Shipman) 


PL 




It. Sylvan 


R. R. Blankenhorn 






Associate 


R. Lawrence Bowden 






It. Tabor-Riverview [2] 


(Stuart M. Milton) 


SL 




It. Tirzah 


(Clinton W. Spence) 


SL 




It. Zion 


James R. Huskins 






)ak Grove 


Maurice E. Nason, Jr. 






)xford 


R. Bruce Pate 






)xford: Salem 


(Jeff W. Wright) 


SL 




^ehoboth-Harris Chapel [2] 


Edwin L. Earnhardt 






iougemont [ 3 ] 


Julia Webb-Bowden 


PM 




tOXBORO: 








Ca-Vel 


(Richard H. Parker) 


SL 


2 


Grace 


(James C. Reed, Jr.) 


FL 


2 


Longhurst 


Eddie Jo Jarrett 


PM 




Long Memorial 


J. Edward Morrison 






>alem (Person Co.) 


J. Claude Chaff in 






;tem-Bullock's [2] 


(James E. Bailey) 


SL 




5tovall 


(John W. Yount) 


IS 


11 


■■abernacle 


(Sam F. Martin III) 


SL 





ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT - 37 Charges 

M. RANDALL BAKER, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 
P. O. Box 1662, Elizabeth City NC 27909 



Ahoskie 
Albemarle [ 3 ] 
Aulander [3] 
Chowan [ 4 ] 
Creswell [3] 
Currituck [2] 
Edenton 
ELIZABETH CITY: 

City Road 

First 

Associate 

Riverside 
Gatesville [3] 
Harrellsville [4] 
Hatteras [ 3 ] 
Hertford 
Kinnakeet [ 3 ] 
Kitty Hawk 
Manns Harbor [3] 
Manteo: Mt. Olivet 
Moyock 
Murfreesboro 
New Hope-Woodland [2] 
Newland-Grace [ 2 ] 
North Gates [3] 
Ocracoke 

Outer Banks Parish [2] 
Pasquotank [2] 
Perkins 

Perquimans [3] 
Pilmoor Memorial 
Plymouth 
Sharon 

South Camden [2] 
South Mills [3] 
Tyrrell [3] 
Union-Newbegun [2] 
Wanchese 
Windsor [2] 



Robert M. Poulk 
(Robert B. Craig) 
(Laura G. Early) 
(Bobby Lee Jordan) 
Leonard O. Fair 
(Emmit C. McCall) 
Ralph I. Epps 

Charles E. McKenzie 
E. M. Thompson 
Dena Jo McFarland 
Charles M. Litzenberger 
Daniel D. Bowman 

(Doris Jean Johnson) 
Thomas Lynn S wee ley 
Raymond K. Wittman 
Leon D. Fowler 
A. D. Byrd, Jr. 

(W. Douglas Lamb) 
J. Donald Phillips 
Thomas B. Supplee 
H. Charles Davis 
Lawrence C. Higgins 
C. Dubois Schutt 

(Virgil L. Free) 

(Jefferson W. Davis) 
William A. Ruth 
Joseph J. Grimes 

(Margaret Saunders) 
William E. Clements 
Jerry A. Jackson 
Ellis J. Bedsworth 
Steven M. Hall 
Stephen N. Little 
Harold T. Pickett 
Vance C. Way 
John M. Crowe 

(Richard F. Lewis) 
William M. Presnell 



FL 
FL 
AM 
PM 
AM 



PM 
AM 



AM 
RLP 



IS 



FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT - 51 Charges 

HELEN G. CROTWELL, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 3 
1911 Raeford Road, Fayetteville NC 28305 



Angier 
CLINTON: 

First 

Grace 
Clinton Circuit [3] 
Coats 
Cokesbury 
Cotton 
Cumberland 
Dunn: Divine Street 
Erwin 
FAYETTEVILLE: 

Calvary 

Camp Ground 
Associate 

Christ 

Culbreth Memorial 

Gardners 

Harry Hosier 

Haymount 

Minister of Education 
and Christian Nurture 
Diaconal Minister 

Hay Street 



John E. Harwood, Jr. 

R. Dennis Ricks, Jr. 
Robert E. Bergland 
Dennis E. Hooper 
(Jack W. Page, Jr.) 
(Josef E. Fiegler) 
Charles R. Pittman 
John Jay Jansen 
Jack M. Hunter 
John W. Wenberg, Jr. 

Robert F. Pierce, Jr. 
Ben C. Rouse 
Dennis M. Adams 
Benjamin R. Melvin 
R. Keith Nanney 
Neil E. Smith 
(Angelo M. Troy) 
John K. Bergland 

Ronald E. Dietrich 
David Anthony Argo 
Hugh H. Cameron 



FL 
SL 
FL 
OM 





225 


Associate 


(Charlene Pierce) 


John Wesley 


Lawrence E. Johnson 


Johnson Memorial 


Richard C. Vaughan 


Korean 


Jinho Kim 


Person Street 


Dwight E. Martin 


St . Andrews 


Charles E. Sparks 


St. Matthews 


Ruth E. Harper 


Salem 


Robert C. Flynn 


Trinity 


Henry B. Grant, Jr. 


Victory 


(Johnnie S. Huggins) 


Wesley Heights 


N. B. Hill, Jr. 


Dshen-Keener [2] 


Ralph M. Hill 


ope Mills 


H. M. Chrismon 


ope Mills: Native American 


Samuel Wynn 


opewell 


Bobby E. Smith 


ipling 


Stephen P. Wanger 


eslie 


Amos L. Laine 


illington 


Jimmie Ray Tatum 


inden: Parkers Grove 


(Douglas B. Currin) 


amers [ 3 ] 


Leon J. Pernell 


arvin 


(Patricia Edwards) 


t. Moriah 


W. Hoyt Cheek 


ewton Grove [3] 


Kirk B. Oldham 


aeford 


Frank I. Lloyd, Jr. 


aeford: Hoke [2] 


Aydlett J. Eure, Jr. 


oseboro 


Carrie W. Parrish 


alemburg [3] 


(Gary E. Allred) 


outh River [3] 


William J. Witt, Jr. 


pring Hill 


Lester C. Bissette 


pring Lake 


Allen C. Edens, Jr. 


tedman : Cokesbury 


George D. Speake 


abor 


(Milton E. Little) 


nion 


Vernon W. Brown III 


esley-Black's Chapel [2] 


Peggy Ormsby Witt 





1 




4 


OM 


1 




3 




2 




2 










AM 




RM 




















PM 




OM 


14 






PL 








SL 




RM 




OM 
















SL 




PM 








RM 








PL 




PM 




PM 





GOLDSBORO DISTRICT - 43 Charges 

J. MALLOY OWEN III DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 1 
P. O. Box 1516, Goldsboro NC 27533 



enson [ 2 ] 

eston-Walker Memorial [2] 

ethel-Rones [2] 

rogden-Falling Creek [2] 

rowning-Smith [2] 

ureka-Yelverton [2] 

aison Ct. [3] 

our Oaks 

remont 

arris chapel 

OLDSBORO : 

Daniels Memorial 

Jefferson 

New Hope 

Pine Forest 

Providence 

St. John 

St. Luke 

St. Paul 

Associate 

Salem 
nstitute-Hickory Grove [2] 
erusalem-Bethel [2] 
ohnston Circuit [2] 
enansville Parish [4] 
enly-Buckhorn [ 2 ] 
aGrange 
agnolia [4] 
licro-Fellowship [2] 
:t. Olive: First 
'ikeville-Mt. Carmel [2] 
'ine Level-Sanders [2] 
rinceton 
ose Hill 
aulston 



Charles H. Hutchinson 
(T. C. West, Jr.) 
M. B. Collier, Jr. 
(Richard C. Sharp) 
Stephen F. S. Strock 
(Maurice L. Lancaster) 
David S. Fischler 
W. Joseph Yow, Jr. 
W. T. Cottingham III 
C. McGee Creech 

Ralph L. Fleming, Jr. 
Michael R. Barker 
Alan P. Swartz 
J. B. Helms, Jr. 
James R. Oliver 
(Doris T. Fox) 
John H. White 
Robert L. Baldridge 
Camille O. Yorkey 
Randy C. Blanchard 
(Joseph M. Donakey) 
(Wallace B. Lewis) 
(John E. Tennyson) 
Nevin D. Snyder 
Charles M. Hackett 
Rufus E. Butner III 
(Donnie G. Davis) 
Parker L. Hinzman 
Denny C. Wise 
S. D. McMillan III 
T. Scott Watford 
John M. Roberts 
Leonard F. Doucette 
Charles K. Moseley 



PL 
PM 
FL 



SL 
AM 
SL 



AM 
OM 



L 



Selma: Edgerton 
Seven Springs 
SMITHFIELD: 

Asbury 

Centenary 

Diaconal Minister 

Whitley-Elizabeth [2] 
Trinity 
Wallace 
Warsaw 

Westwood-Ebenezer [2] 
Zion 



226 
Judi J. Smith 



(D. Christopher Hill) 


SL 


James G. Snypes 


RM 


Francis C. Bradshaw 




Richard J. Williams 




(Haywood W. Gillikin) 


SL 


(Daniel M. Forbes, Jr.) 


AM 


Robert C. Redmond 




Danny G, Allen 




(Leon Lewis, Jr. ) 


FL 


Samuel L. Wood 


RM 



GREENVILLE DISTRICT - 40 Charges 

A. P. HILL, JR. , DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 5 
101 Martinsborough Road, Greenville NC 27834 



Aurora [ 3 ] 

Ayden 

Bath [2] 

Belhaven: Trinity [2] 

Bell Arthur [3] 

Bethel 

Farmville 

GREENVILLE: 

Holy Trinity 

Jarvis Memorial 
Associate 

St. James 
Associate 
Diaconal Minister 
Grifton 

Grimesland [3] 
Hobgood [ 2 ] 
Holly Springs 
Hookerton 
Jamesville [3] 
KINSTON: 

Queen Street 

Westminster 
Kinston Circuit [2] 
Lane's Chapel-Bethany [2] 
Lebanon-Tabernacle [2] 
Mattamuskeet [4] 
Maury-Mt. Herman [2] 
Noble's Chapel 
Pink Hill 
Rainbow 
Robersonville 
Salem 

Diaconal Minister 
Snow Hill: Calvary 
Stantonsburg 
Stokes [ 3 ] 
Swan Quarter [4] 
Vanceboro 

Vanceboro Circuit [3] 
WASHINGTON: 

Asbury 

First 

Associate 
Washington Circuit [2] 
Wesley Memorial 
Williamston 
Woodington-Webb [2] 



Carl M. Eller 
Billy M. Garden 
(Robert M. Hammond) 
Thomas M. Hoi lis 
(Wilbur C. Ormond) 
Earl G. Dulaney 
Wilbur C. Teachey 

Ralph A. Brown 

H. Sidney Huggins III 

John C. Speight, Jr. 

Caswell E. Shaw 

Samuel W. Loy 

Stephen W. Vaughan III 

C. Arthur Wall 

Dan T. Earnhardt 

(James E. Perry, Jr.) 

(Linwood S. Jones) 
R. M. Armstrong III 

(E. Richard Bowen) 

W. Edward Privette 
David S. Clift 
H. Lester Tenney 
(Daniel P. Powers) 
(Douglas R. Woodworth) 
(Roger E. Schroll) 
William A. Haddock, Jr. 
(Sally S. Plowman) 
Sherwood A. Godwin 
A. Ray Broadwell 
F. Bruce Allen 
Charles B. Owens 
Lois Jane Stocks 
William E. Braswell 
(James W. Hicks, Jr.) 
(Robert Elwood Hill) 
Roger D. Paxton 
Claude T. Wilson 
L. B. Womack, Jr. 

William K. Mitchell, Jr. 
Charles L. Pollock 
Edith Dudley Jenkins 
(William D. Harrington) 
(W. Nelson Fulford) 
Irving E. Cook 
(Jere A. Rouse) 



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NEW BERN DISTRICT - 46 Charges 

WHIT WARREN, JR., DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 
1503 Kimberly Road, New Bern NC 28560 



Asbury 

Atlantic 

Beaufort: Ann Street 



Roger D. Cope 
(Richard L. Ward) 
Carson O. Wiggins 



eech Grove-Rhems [2] 

elgrade-Tabernacle [2] 

eulaville 

ridgeton 

road Creek 

edar Island-Sea Level [2] 

ore Creek [3] 

Associate 
over-Clarks [2] 
arkers Island 
arlowe-Oak Grove [2] 
AVELOCK: 

Cherry Point 

First 
aw Branch 
Albert: Oak Grove 
Albert: Queens Creek 
ACKSONVILLE: 

Northwoods 

Pine Valley 

Trinity 
larshallberg-Smyrna [2] 
iaysville 

(lidway-Bethlehem [2] 
[OREHEAD CITY: 

First 

Diaconal Minister 

Franklin Memorial 

St. Peter's 
fEW BERN: 

Centenary 
Associate 

Faith 

Garber 

Riverside 

Trinity 
Irewport: St. James 
I)riental 

>amlico Cooperative Parish [7] 
Associate 
Associate 
Associate 
'ollocksville-Lee's Chapel [2] 
lichlands 
liverdale 
Salter Path 
>hady Grove [2] 
Jneads Ferry: Carroll Chapel 
Jtraits-North River [2] 
Jwansboro 
frenton [ 2 ] 
Verona 
Jilliston-Stacy [2] 



227 
Lynn T. Wall 
James M. Short 
(Richard C. Johnson) 
Joyce Reynolds Mott 
(George F. Cribb) 
(Linda A. Goldston) 
(Rodger N. Mayes) 
(Riley T. Hamilton) 
J. Sidney Epperson 
(William E. Galyon) 
(George M. Marsh, Jr. 



Walter W. Gaskins, Jr. 
George A. Jones 
(Elva Leroy Morton III) 
(Donald B. Strong) 
Robert J. Rudd 

W. Kenneth Hall 

Charles C. Smith 

Don Lee Harris 

Wayne E. Thomas 

(W. Michael Hinson) 

J. Quinton Covington, Jr. 

Paul W. Boone 
Brigitte A. Freeman 
Clyde B. Cheezem 
David A. Banks 

Roger V. Elliott 
Linda M. Kelly 
M. Eugene Tyson 
Edward F. Hill II 

(Richard L. Austin) 
Samuel H. Brown 
Argel H. Payne 
Glenn E. Mason 
George C. Smith 
Penny Dollar Farmer 

(B. Fallon Melvin) 
Joseph C. Parker 
Rudolph H. Hodge 
Robert D. O'Keef 

(J. Rodney Lane, Jr.) 

(Foster L. Reynolds) 

(James H. McLean) 

(John G. Olive) 

(W. Sherman Guthrie) 
Samuel W. Dixon, Jr. 
John R. Woodard, Jr. 

(Adolph C. Smith) 
Wade W. Crabtree 



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RALEIGH DISTRICT - 59 Charges 

JOSEPH B.BETHEA, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 3 
P. O. Box 10955, Raleigh NC 27605 



^pex 

3ethl eh em-Shady Grove [2] 

Junn-Hill King Ct. [2] 

:ary: 

First 

Associate 
Genesis 
St. Francis 
White Plains 
Associate 
Clayton [ 2 ] 
Sbenezer 

Ebenezer-Wesley [2] 
"ranklinton 
?uquay-Varina 

Associate 



Henry N. Lovelace 
(B. Wayne Ebert) 
Mark H. Kennedy, Jr. 

James H. Miller, Jr. 
Everett J. France 
Richard P. Wilkerson 
Stephen C. Compton 
James H. Bailey 
R. Keith Glover 
Lovell R. Aills 
Paul B. Scott, Jr. 
William L. Sturtevant 
Michael A. Davis 
Jerry T. Smith 
R. Branson Sheets 



GARNER: 

First 

Associate 

St . Andrews 
Gillburg 
Hollands 
Holly Springs 
Jerusalem-Zion [2] 
Knightdale 

Leah's Chapel-Shiloh [2] 
Louisburg 

Church Program Director 
Macon [3] 
Middleburg [3] 
Mt. Zion 
Norlina 
Plank Chapel 
RALEIGH: 

Asbury 

Diaconal Minister 

Avent Ferry 

Benson Memorial 
Associate 

Cokesbury 

Edenton Street 
Associate 
Diaconal Minister 

Fairmont 

Hayes Barton 
Associate 

Highland 

Associate 

Jenkins Memorial 

Layden Memorial 

Longview 

Macedonia 

Millbrook 

Associate 

Morningstar 

North Raleigh 
Associate 

Pleasant Grove 

St. James 

St. Marks 
Associate 

Soapstone 

Southeast 

Trinity 

Wesley Memorial 

Westover 

Wilson Temple 
Trinity-Piney Grove [2] 
Union Chapel 
Vance: Flat Rock 
Vance Circuit [2] 
Wake Forest 
Warren [2] 

Warrenton: Wesley Memorial 
Wendell 
Zebu Ion 



W. D. Sabiston III 
Roderic L. Mullen 
Paul L. Leeland 
(Joseph E. Kossan) 
Susan Pate Greenwood 
(Horace T. Ferguson) 
Timothy J. Russell 
William W. Snotherly, Jr. 
C, Maness Mitchell 
Milton H. Gilbert 
Walter N. McDonald 
(W. Kenneth Hall, Jr.) 
(Everette E. Biryan) 
Bobby L. Privette 
Dennis R. Sheppard 
Michael H. Elliott 

Billy F. Seate 

Robert L. Huckaby, Jr. 

Karen H. Whitaker 

C. Clyde Tucker 
Claire C. Tharrington 
Theodore V. Carter 
Vernon C. Tyson 
Bruce E. Stanley 
William J. Weisser 
James E. Creech 

J. Thomas Smith 
Jonathan E. Strother 
Charles M. Smith 
Glenda N. Johnson 
Suzanna Ross Helms 
Barbara K. Hollis Price 
W. M. Jeffries, Sr. 
James E. Sutton 
James C. Lee 
(Joseph W. CasteelL 
Michele R. Merchant 

D. Douglas Jessee 
Edith L. Cleaves 
Curtis W. Campbell 
Clarence Garner 
Charles V. Bryant 
Murry L. DeHart, Jr. 
Hope Morgan Ward 
(Leroy Worth, Sr.) 
W. Allen Wentz, Jr. 
John D. Mitchell 
Vassar W. Jones 
Jesse Brunson 
David A. McLean 
(Bruce W. McPherson) 
(H. Mallie Hinnant) 
(Roy F. Falgout) 
Jack R. Radford 
(Scott F. Jones) 

J. C. Loy 

Richard L. Stone III 

Jack M. Benfield 



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ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT - 51 Charges 

WILLIAM W. SHERMAN, JR. , DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 
P. O. Box 1588, Laurinburg NC 28352 



Bethesda 

Caledonia [2] 

Cordova 

Ellerbe [2] 

Fairmont: Trinity [2] 

Fletcher's Chapel-St. Peter 

Green Lake-Ledbetter [2] 

Associate 
HAMLET: 



[2: 



Thomas D. Hoogerland 
Rick A. Moser 
Richard A. Stanley, Jr. 
(James W. Caviness, Jr.) 
James H. Harris, Jr. 
(Walter E. McLeod) 
David D. Traynham 
(William O. Hewett) 



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First 

Associate 

St. Peter 
lurel Hill 
VURINBURG : 

Central 

First 

Galilee [2] 

St. Luke 
DMBERTON: 

Asbury Parish [3] 
Associate 

Branch Street 

Chestnut Street 
Associate 

Mt. Olive Parish [2] 
umberton Circuit [3] 
axton: St. Paul 
axton Circuit [3] 
Associate 
t. Zion-Wall's Chapel [2] 
ative American Larger Parish: 

Coharie 

Collins-New Philadelphus 

Lighthouse 

Pembroke: First-West [2] 

Sandy Plains 
orman [3] 
I'arkton [ 2 ] 
'embroke Circuit [3] 
'hiladelphia-Cool Spring [2] 
'rospect 

Diaconal Minister 
lED SPRINGS: 

Rhyne Memorial 

Trinity 
loberdel 
lOCKINGHAM: 

East 

First 

Associate 

Glenwood 

Pee Dee 

St. Paul-Beaver Dam [2] 

Trinity-Zion [2] 

West 
ROWLAND 

Cedar Grove-Salem [2] 

First 
Rowland Parish [2] 
3t. John-Gibson [2] 
3t. Pauls 
Snead's Grove 

South Carolina Parish [2] 
rabernacle 



[2] 



Gerry G. Davis 




2 


L. T. Wilson 




1 


Susan C, Lindblade 




1 


H. E. Anderson III 




2 


A. E. Goldfinch, Jr. 




1 


Robert H. Ray 




3 


John S. Paschal 




3 


(Jimmy F. Cummings) 


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Milton T. Mann 




2 


(Clifford L. Williams) 


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(J. Earl Covington) 


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S. Dufrene Cummings 




4 


Ben H. Wilson III 




3 


Rachel T. Moser 




2 


James E. Malloy, Jr. 


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James A. Starnes 




1 


Robert 0. Skinner 




1 


(Robert A. Fairley) 


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(Emma R. McLean) 


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10 


(John A, Campbell) 


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(Joseph Kenny Simmons) 


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(Vickie Bullard) 


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Jerry Lowry 




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W. Joseph Wilburn 


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H. W. Burnside, Jr. 




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Kenneth E. Beane 




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Eldrick R. Davis 




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Robert L. Mangum 




11 


Harold D. Jacobs 






William E. Cummings 




4 


Robert S. Pullman 




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H. Worth Pearce 




1 


Eric N. Lindblade, Jr. 




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Thomas G. Holtsclaw 




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Randall E. Innes 


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Don Paul Lee 




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Terry L. Huffines 




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Lee A. Phillips 


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Leonard E. Mayo 




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William F. Williams 




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David 0. Malloy 


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David H. Francis 


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Bill James Locklear 




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John D. Butson 




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C. Franklin Grill 




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ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT - 42 Charges 

G. ROBERT Mckenzie, district superintendent - 5 

3621 Sheffield Drive, Rocky Mount NC 27803 



'Bailey [2] 

Battleboro-Clark Street [2] 

Calvary [ 3 ] 

Conetoe 

Conway 

Elm city 

Enfield-Eden [2] 

Evansdale-Black Creek [2] 

Gaston [ 3 ] 

Gold Valley 

Halifax [3] 

Hawkins-Tabor [2] 

Hornes-Lucama-Sims [3] 



Dennis P. Levin 
R. Carl Frazier, Jr. 
W. Arthur Warren, Jr. 
John E. Williams 
Alan C. Gibson 
P. C. Yelverton 
James D. Bell 
David C. Benson 
Jesse C. Staton, Jr. 
J. Milton Hadley 
Roger A. Blaisdell 
H. Dennis Draper, Jr. 
(Randall G. Maynard) 



Associate 
Littleton 
Milwaukee [3] 
Mt. Pleasant-Middlesex [2] 
Mount Zion 
Nashville 
Northampton [ 3 ] 
Pinetops-Hart [2] 
Red Oak [3] 

Rich Square-Woodland [2] 
Roanoke [ 2 ] 
ROANOKE RAPIDS: 

First 

Associate 

Rosemary 

Associate 
ROCKY MOUNT: 

Englewood 

First 

Associate 

St. Paul 
Rocky Mount Parish [3] 
Sandy Cross 
Scotland Neck 
Seaboard [4] 
Smith 

Spring-Garysburg [3] 
Spring Hope [3] 
Tarboro: St. James 
Weldon 

West Halifax [3] 
Whitakers [2] 
WILSON: 

First 

Associate 
Diaconal Minister 

West Nash 

Winstead 



(Charles J. Robl III) 


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Paul Lee Burke 


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David V. Spaulding 




(Joseph A. Winston III) 


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Michael K. Boggs 


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James L. Summey 


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John C. Andrews 




Geraldine D. Ingram 




(John M. Bowman) 


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Randy L. Wall 




James L. Bryan 




Bruce D. Taylor 




Joanna C. Miller 


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Charles K. Morrison 




(Shelly Wilson Wall) 


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Woodrow W. Wells, Jr. 
H. Langill Watson 
M. Keith Thomason 
Richard T. Clayton 
A. Gene Cobb, Jr. 
James L. Reavis, Jr. 
William E. Holliday 
Samuel G. Dodson, Jr. 
Joe D. Lister 
Jerry W. Cribb 
Dennis M. Goodwin 
Thomas E. Loftis 
Lynwood C. Boyette 
John T. Smith 
Frances L. Browne 

George W. Johnson 
Lisa A. Brown 
Laura Davenport 
H. Gray Southern 
W. Rickman Pinner 



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SANFORD DISTRICT - 46 Charges 

JAMES C. P. BROWN, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 6 
905 Spring Lane, Sanford NC 273 3 



Aberdeen: Page Memorial [2] 

Asbury-Bethlehem [2] 

Biscoe-Bascom's [2] 

Bonlee [3] 

Broadway 

Bynum 

Candor 

Carthage 

Cedar Grove 

Center 

Chatham-Mt. Zion [2] 

Evergreen 

Glendon [4] 

Goldston 

Hickory Mountain 

Jones Chapel 

Lemon Springs 

Love Joy-Macedonia [2] 

Merritts-Ebenezer [2] 

Moncure-Buckhorn [2] 

Morris Chapel-Trinity [2] 

Mt. Gilead: First [2] 

Mt. Pleasant 

Pekin [4] 

Pinebluff [3] 

Piney Grove-Hickory Grove [2] 

Pittsboro: First 

Pittsboro Circuit [2] 

Pleasant Hill [2] 

Poplar Springs-Memphis [2] 

Robbins: Tabernacle 



Berry O. Barbour 
Ira H. Smith 
Duke C. Lackey 
(Vicki Diane Phillips) 
Scott C. Washington 
Carlton F. Hirschi 
David C. Wade 
Terry A. Bryant 
(Patricia T. Cleary) 
Larry D. Crane 
(Wayne R. Cleary) 
Ellen H. Metcalf 
W. Clark Barfield 
Angus M. Cameron 
Charles S. Hubbard 
Mary L. VonCanon 
Andrew M, Marshall 
Jo-Ann M. Oulton 
(G. Scott Richards) 
Richard M. Tysinger 
Otto H. C. Hardt 
Jerry J. Juren 
Carolyn Reed Smith 
Budd Ellington, Jr. 
Morris L. Barber 
Susan Harsh-Cafferty 
Christian L. Kraatz 
Ray T. Gooch 
Tommy G. Privette 
(Robert L. Carpenter, 
Robert F. Bundy 



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jandhills [3] 

iANFORD: 

Jonesboro 
St . Luke 

Associate 

;anford Ct. [3] 

;ILER CITY: 
First 
West End 

:ilk Hope [3] 

;myrna 

;outhern Pines 

;tar 

'roy: Trinity 

?roy Circuit 

'ass-Cameron 

/est End [2] 

;ion 



[4] 
[2] 



231 
(G. Jerome Smith) 

W. Eugene Tisdale 
T. M. Faggart 
David S. McAdams 
Leonard E. Fairley 

Travis W. Owen 

(John E. Gerber) 

(Joel B. Guillemette) 

Horace L. McLaurin 

Rodney G. Hamm 

Joseph W. Forbes 

W. Stanley Smith, Jr. 

Vickie S. Pruett 

(L. Graham Royal 1) 

William C. Townsend, Jr. 

James W. Hamilton 



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WILMINGTON DISTRICT - 44 Charges 

S. D. MCMILLAN, JR., DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - 2 
2201 Lynnwood Drive, Wilmington NC 28403 



5ethel-Lebanon [2] 

Sladen [4] 

Jolivia: Bethel 

Jolton-Shiloh [2] 

Jurgaw [ 2 ] 

Carolina Beach: St, Paul 

:arver's Creek-Trinity [2] 

:hadbourn-Evergreen [ 2 ] 

:iarkton [ 3 ] 

;oncord 

)ublin [2] 

Jlizabethtown: Trinity 

^air Bluff -Cerro Gordo [2] 

Jarland [3] 

lallsboro 

lampstead 

larrells-Westview [2] 

jake Waccamaw 

lorth Topsail 

)cean View 

)ld Dock [4] 

Uegelwood-Shiloh [2] 

locky Point [3] 

5cott's Hill 

;hallotte: Camp 

Jhallotte Circuit [3] 

Sharon: Holden Beach 

Jouthport: Trinity 

Pabor City: St. Paul 

Lesley's Chapel 

■fhiteville 

Wiiteville Circuit [2] 

aiiMINGTON: 

Epworth 

Fifth Avenue 

Grace 

Oleander-Devon Park [2] 

Pine Valley 

St. John-Smith [2] 

Sunset Park 

Trinity 

Wesley Memorial 
Associate 
Minister of Evangelism 
Diaconal Minister 
*rightsboro 
^rightsville Beach 
5 ion 



(Richard G. Reed) 
Mary A. Clive 
(Gary Loeffler) 
(Joe L. Tomberlin) 
Homer E. Morris 
(Gerald R. Massey) 
(Russell R. Knowles) 
J. Neal Salter, Jr. 
(G. Earl Smith) 
(Tracie Varnum) 
Clarence E. O'Briant 
H. Fred Davis 
J. Tal Madison, Jr. 
Gordon E. Allen, Jr. 
Guy V. Soule, Jr. 
M. Francis Daniel 
(Harold E. Brock, Jr.) 
Thomas G. Melvin 
(Eugene A. Collins, Sr.) 
J. Mark Kasper 
W. Thomas Clarke 
(David R. Northcutt) 
(William deVries Renn, Sr. 
David J. Goehring 
George F. Blanchard 
(Robert H. Hargrove) 
(Robert E. Rattz) 
P. D. Midgett III 
Charles M. Cook 
Alvin J. Morris 
Wilbur I. Jackson 
Gladys R. Williford 

(Anthony A. Adams) 
Samuel A. Williams, Jr. 
W. Edward Barber 
Michael Pasquarello III 
Ecwood C. Lancaster 
Larry Robinson 
James L. Wilson 
Jesse V. Bone, Sr. 
William C. Simpson, Jr. 
(Robert J. Bauman) 
(Charles J. Hause) 
David nines 
Henry W. Lee 
Carol W. Goehring 
L. M. Peele, Jr. 



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232 

APPOINTMENTS BEYOND THE LOCAL CHURCH 

( ) Indicates District to Which Related 

Par. 443.1. a) APPOINTMENTS WITHIN THE CONNECTIONAL STRUCTURE OF UNITED 
METHODISM: 

Braswell, Kermit L. (RA) - Administrative Assistant to the Bishop and 

Director of Ministerial Relations; Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Brown, Wesley F, (DU) - Director of Development and Alumni Affairs, 

Divinity School, Duke University; Durham: Parkwood CC 
Bunn, Paul Grayson (RO) - Administrator, Wesley Pines Retirement 

Home, Lumberton; Lumberton: Chestnut Street CC 
Byrd, Douglas L. (RA) - Executive Vice-President, United Methodist 

Foundation, Inc. ; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
Byrd, Nathan H. (DU) - Director of Public Relations, Methodist 

Retirement Homes, Inc. ; Durham: Duke Memorial CC 
Campbell, Dennis M. (DU) Dean, Divinity School, Duke University; 

Durham: Trinity CC 
Campbell, Jerry Dean (BU) - Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Uni- 
versity Librarian, and Prof, of the Practice of Theological 

Bibliography, Duke University; Chapel Hill: University CC 
Chandler, George P. (FA) - Professor, Columbia College, Columbia, 

SC; Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Collins, Thomas A. (RA) - Assistant to Bishop and Cabinet for Church 

Extension; Raleigh: St. Mark's CC 
Cox, Richard Lewis (DU) - Dean for Residential Life, Duke Univer- 
sity; Durham: Epworth CC 
Dunn, Clyde H. (RA) - Associate Director, Conference Council on 

Ministries; Raleigh: Highland CC 
Farmer, John A. (NB) - Manager/Director, Camp Don Lee; Pamlico 

Cooperative Parish CC 
Fisher, Albert F. (DU) - Director, Rural Church Division, The Duke 

Endowment; Durham: Epworth CC 
Green, H. William (FA) - Chaplain, Methodist College; Fayetteville: 

Hay Street CC 
Grissom, David R. (BU) - Chaplain, Methodist Retirement Home, 

Durham; Graham: First CC 
Hale, Michael L. (FA) - Family Life Specialist, Methodist Home for 

Children; Fayetteville: Haymount CC 
Hendricks, M. Elton (FA) - President, Methodist College; Fayette- 
ville: Hay Street CC 
Jenkins, David O. (DU) - Wesley Chaplain, Duke University; Massey's 

Chapel CC 
Joyner, F. Belton, Jr. (RA) - Executive Director, Conference 

Council on Ministries; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
Knott, T. Garland (FA) - Professor, Methodist College; Fayette- 
ville: Hay Street CC 
Lowdermilk, William P. (FA) - Vice President for Church and 

Community Relations, Methodist College; Fayetteville: Hay St. CC 
Maness, Tracy A. (RA) - Family Life Specialist, Methodist Home for 

Children; Raleigh: Benson Memorial CC 
Mann, W. Joseph (RA) - Director of Continuing Education, Divinity 

School, Duke University; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
Marsicano, Leslie M. (DU) - Assistant Dean for Residential 

Life, Duke University; Durham: Epworth CC 
McKita, Carleton P. (RM) - Campus Minister and Director of 

Church Relations, North Carolina Wesleyan College; Rocky Mount: 

Englewood CC 
Megill, George C. (GO) - Missionary to Brazil; Goldsboro: St. Luke CC 
Mickey, Paul A. (DU) - Associate Professor, Divinity School, Duke 

University; Durham: Trinity CC 
Osborn, Robert T. (DU) - Professor, Department of Religion, Duke 

University; Durham: Asbury Temple CC 
Peterson, F. Gerald (GR) - Family Life Specialist, Methodist Home 

for Children; Greenville: St. James CC 
Phillips, G. Paul III (RA) - Associate Director, Conference Council 

on Ministries; Raleigh: Fairmont CC 
Ponder, Reginald W. (RA) - Executive Secretary, SEJ Council on 

Ministries; Raleigh: Highland CC 
Porter, Ernest R. (NB) - Director, Office of Finance and Field 

Service, National Division, General Board of Global Ministries; 

Morehead City: First CC 
Richey, Russell E. (DU) - Associate Dean for Academic Program, 
Divinity School, Duke University; Durham: Trinity CC 



233 
.clcards, James P. (RA) - Coordinator, National Conference on 
Ministry to the Armed Forces (Sabbatical Leave) ; Raleigh: 

iEdenton Street CC 
fley, Michael W. (RA) - Vice President for Student Affairs, 
Methodist College; Gary: White Plains CC 
arpe, William G. IV (RA) - Campus Minister and Director of Wesley 
Foundation, N. C. State University; Raleigh: Fairmont CC 
|ioaf, E. Clifford (EC) - Associate Director, Conference Council on 

Ministries; Edenton CC 
lockley. Grant S. (DU) - Professor, Divinity School, Duke Uni- 
versity; Durham: Trinity CC 
iuler, Albert (RA) - Associate Director, Conference Council on 

Ministries; Raleigh: Wilson Temple CC 
Lmonton, C. Alison, Jr. (DU) - Editor, NORTH CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 

ADVOCATE; Durham: Epworth CC 
lith, A. Clay (RA) - Executive Director, Hinton Rural Life Center, 

Hayesville, NC; Franklinton CC 
:afford, Sidney E. (RA) - Chaplain and Professor, Louisburg 

College; Louisburg CC 
-.ark, Rufus H. II (RA) - Executive Director, Methodist Home for 

Children; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
:einmetz, David C. (DU) - Professor, Divinity School, Duke 

University; Durham: Resurrection CC 
:one, W. Denver (DU) - Missionary to Singapore; Durham: Asbury 

Temple CC 
'son, Bobby P., Sr. (BU) - Approved Evangelist; Chapel Hill: 

Amity CC 
'son, Tommy (BU) - Approved Evangelist; Carrboro CC 
irren, James I., Jr. (RA) - Director, Intentional Growth Center, 

Lake Junaluska Assembly; Raleigh: St. James CC 
javer, Walter P. (FA) - Professor, Florida Southern College; 

Fayetteville: Hay Street CC 
Llliams, Johnnie J. (DU) - Assistant Director, Rural Church 

Division, The Duke Endowment; Durham: Epworth CC 
Llson, Robert L. (DU) - Professor of Church and Society, Divinity 

School, Duke University; Durham: Epworth CC 
11, Carol R. [Diaconal Minister] (DU) - Methodist Retirement 

Home , Durham 
jrton, Mary Jane Pierce [Diaconal Minister] - Staff, General Board 

of Discipleship, Nashville, TN 

ir. 443. l.b) APPOINTMENTS TO EXTENSION MINISTRIES: 

seson, Gilbert W. , Jr. (FA) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Fayette- 
ville: Camp Ground CC 
sst, Nancy R. (DU) - Supervisor in Training, Duke Medical Center; 

Mt. Sylvan CC 
Lue, John R. (DU) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Mt, Sylvan CC 
lerry, Corbin L. (EC) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Hertford CC 
Jttingham, John G. (SA) - Chaplain, US Army; Goldston CC 
miels, Franklin D. (FA) - Chaplain, US Army; Fayetteville: Hay 

Street CC 
Lckens, Jan J. (EC) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Murfreesboro CC 
)rringer-May, Julie B. (DU) - Pastoral Counselor, Family Counsel- 
ing Seirvice; Durham: Trinity CC 
ranklin, K. Mike (SA) - Chaplain, US Navy; Moncure-Buckhorn CC 
mkhouser, Morton L. (EC) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Aulander CC 
lies, Alvester I. (RO) - Chaplain, US Army; Fletcher's Chapel-St. 

Peter CC 
m, Donald F. (BU) - Chaplain and Director of Pastoral Care, 
Wesley Long Community Hospital, Greensboro, NC; Bethel CC 
ill, Stephen B. (SA) - Chaplain, US Navy; Morris Chapel CC 
irris, Robert G. , Jr. (GR) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Ayden CC 
Jrring, Charles M. (RO) - Chaplain, US Army; Lumberton Ct. CC 
-11, Leon E. (GO) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Sanders Chapel CC 
llman. Randy A. (EC) - Associate Director of Chaplain Seirvices, 

Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Winston-Salem; Ocracoke CC 
srnigan, Julius O. (FA) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Fayette- 
i ville: St. Andrews CC 
)hnson, Harvey B. (BU) - Executive Director/ Chaplain, Kirkwood by 

the River, Birmingham, AL; Graham: First CC 
!wis, Jerry Dean (NB) - Chaplain, US Air Force; Morehead City: 

Franklin Memorial CC 
ultsby, J. Alexander III (WI) - Chaplain, US Navy; Whiteville CC 
rphy. Miles, Jr. (RO) - Chaplain, VA Medical Center; Red 



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Springs: Rhyne Memorial CC 

Oxendine, Milford, Jr. (RO) - Chaplain, US Navy; Rowland Parish CC 

Shannonhouse, Richard D. (RM) - Department of Pastoral Care, Metho- 
dist Hospital, Jacksonville, FL - Rich Square-Woodland CC 

Stanfield, Edwin Douglas (DU) - Chaplain, US Navy; Durham: 
Epworth CC 

Thompson, Leo C. (RA) - Pastoral Counselor, Triangle Mental Health 
Associates; Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 

Waggoner, James M. (RA) - Chief of Chaplaincy Services, NC Division 
of Youth Services; Raleigh: St. Mark's CC 

Wilson, A. J. Ill (RA) - Director of Pastoral Services, Greenleaf 
Health Systems, Inc., Chattanooga, TN; Raleigh: Edenton St. CC 

Par. 443. l.d) APPOINTMENTS TO OTHER VALID MINISTRIES: 

Alexander, J. C. , Jr. (BU) - Associate Professor, Western Carolina 

University; Chapel Hill: Aldersgate CC 
Black, Bobby C. (SA) - Pastor, Pinehurst Village Chapel, Pinehurst 

NC; CC 

Brown, Philip S. (SA) - Executive Director, Episcopal Home for the 

Ageing; Southern Pines CC 
Byers, Leonard C. II (BU) - Director, Department of Pastoral Care, 

Cleveland Memorial Hospital, Shelby; St. Luke's CC 
Chandler, Daniel Ross (DU) - Professor, NY Institute of Technology, 

Old Westbury; Durham: Asbury CC 
Cuthrell, Billy B, [AM] (GR) - Administrator, Westgate Nursing 

Home, Tarboro; Ayden CC 
Cyr, Ronald D. (GR) - Clinical Chaplain, Caswell Center, Kinston; 

Kinston: Queen Street CC 
Danek, Thomas A. (SA) - Administrator for Juvenile Division, Admin- 
istrative Office of the Courts; Pittsboro: First CC 
Daniel, David E. (RA) - President, Wilkes Community College; 

Louisburg CC 
Desrosiers, Norman A. (DU) - Medical Director, Greenville Mental 

Health Center, Greenville, SC; Durham: Duke Memorial CC 
Elliott, Edward C. (RA) - Therapist, Johnston County Mental Health 

Center; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 
Felton, Gayle Carlton [PM] (DU) - Assistant Professor of Religion, 

Meredith College; Durham: Resurrection CC 
Glass, J. Conrad, Jr. (RA) - Professor, N. C. State University; 

Raleigh: St. James CC 
Hadley, J. Milton, Jr. (RM) - Chaplain/Manager of Hospice of Nash 

General Hospital, Rocky Mount: Rocky Mount: First CC 
Jarvis, Dwight C. (RA) - Manager, Youth Services Command, Division 

of Prisons, NC Dept. of Correction; Raleigh: St. Mark's CC 
Johnson, C. Reginald (GR) - Assoc. Professor and Director of 

Doctoral Ministry Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, 

KY; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial CC 
Jones, L. Gregory [PM] (BU) - Department of Theology, Loyola 

College, Baltimore, MD; Chapel Hill: University CC 
Langley, Delores Anne [PM] (BU) - Circuit Minister, Harrow Ct. , 

British Methodist Conference; Chapel Hill: Amity CC 
McQuade, J. Stanley (DU) - Chaplain to Methodist Students, Campbell 

University; Durham: Duke Memorial CC 
Nagel, Donald C. (RA) - Medical Director, Alcohol Rehabilitation 

Center, Black Mountain; Cary: First CC 
Ormond, John K. , Jr. (WI) - Counselor/Director, Center for Growth 

and Development, Raleigh; Wilmington: Trinity CC 
Pace, James H. (BU) - Professor, Elon College; Burlington: Front 

Street CC 
Potter, Benjamin F., Jr. (DU) - Clinical Psychologist, Dept. of 

Psychiatry, Gaston Memorial Hospital; Durham: Aldersgate CC 
Scanlan, Carla J. [PM] (FA) - Chaplain Intern, Fort Logan Mental 

Health Center, Denver CO; Fayetteville: Haymount CC 
Scroggs, Robin J. (RA) - Professor, Union Theological Seminary, NY; 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Stallsworth, Paul T, (FA) - Assistant Director, Center on Religion 

and Society, Rockford Institute; Cumberland CC 
Stokes, John L. Ill (WI) - Assistant Dean, College of Arts and 

Sciences, UNC-Wilmington; Wilmington: Wesley Memorial CC 
Straus, Phyllis Hicks (RA) - Pastoral Counselor, Pastoral Care 

and Counseling Institute of Durham-Chapel Hill; Raleigh: 

Benson Memorial CC 
Warren, James H. (GR) - Associate Professor, Trevecca Nazarene 

College, Nashville, TN; Greenville: Jarvis Memorial CC 



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llingham, Malcolm C. (RO) - Chaplain, Samaritan Colony, Inc., 

Richmond County; Rockingham: First CC 
odcock, Eldon G. (DU) - Professor, Nyack College, Nyack, NY; 

Durham: Carr CC 

'POINTED IN ANOTHER ANNUAL CONFERENCE (Par. 4 25.1) 

ogan, Lynn Tucker [PM] (GR) - North Texas Conference - Staff, 

Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX; Greenville: 

Jarvis CC 
ines, Susan P. (BU) - Baltimore Conference - Otterbein 

Memorial-Woodberry Charge; Chapel Hill: University CC 
;ark, Paul C. Sittason [PM] (DU) - West Ohio Conference - Staff, 

First United Methodist Church, Athens, OH; Durham: Epworth CC 
iague, Willie S. (RA) - South Carolina Conference - Editor, SOUTH 

CAROLINA UNITED METHODIST ADVOCATE; Raleigh: Edenton Street CC 

>POINTED TO ATTEND SCHOOL: 

Probationary Members: 

Aaron, Charles L. , Jr. (RO) - Union School of Theology, 

Richmond, VA; Lumberton Ct. CC 
Bone, Jesse V., Jr. (DU) - Law School, Wake Forest University; 

Durham: Epworth CC 
Garner, Kimberly Anne (RA) - Divinity School, Duke University; 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Hudson, Pamela Jo (RM) ) - N. C. Memorial Hospital; Roanoke 

Rapids: Rosemary CC 
Johnson, Paul Jones III (RA) - Emory University, Atlanta; 

Raleigh: Hayes Barton CC 
Perry, Brian Darren (WI) - Frostburg State University; 

CC 

Thompson, E. Geiselle I. (RA) - CPE Intern, Duke Medical 

Center; Raleigh: Trinity CC 
Tyson, Deborah Morgan (DU) - CPE Intern, Duke Medical Center; 

Hermon CC 
Wingo, Norma Walters (DU) - Divinity School, Duke University; 

Rougemont CC 
Woodhouse, Andrea Reese (RM) - Divinity School, Duke 

University; Wilson: First CC 
Woodhouse, David William (RM) - Divinity School, Duke 

University; Wilson: First CC 

) Members in Full Connection: 

Davis, Woody Lynn (RM) - Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, 

KY; Evansdale-Black Creek CC 
Fogleman, Leland Jan (DU) - CPE, Duke Medical Center; Durham: 

Trinity CC 
Hull, Douglas R. (NB) - School of Business Admin., University 

of South Carolina; Atlantic CC 
Tingle, James A. (NB) - Pastoral Counseling Center, Iliff 

School of Theology; Pamlico Cooperative Parish CC 
Tyson, John Horton (DU) - University of Edinburgh, Scotland; 

Henderson: City Road CC 
Young, Stephen E. (NB) - Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, 

VA; Jacksonville: Pine Valley CC 



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CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 



This is to certify that I, C. P. Minnick, Jr., 
Church, at Methodist College in Fayetteville, 
Elders as follows: 

Howard Emory Anderson 111 

Reuben Lawrence Bowden, Jr. 

Lisa Ann Brown 

Richard Thomas Clayton 

Wade William Crabtree 

John Marshall Crowe 

Eldrick Ray Davis 

Tommy Lewis Evans 

Leonard Earl Fairley 

David Sidney Fischler 

Kenneth AAike Franklin 

Edith Lee Cleaves 



one of the bishops of The Gnited Methodist 
North Carolina on June 1 9, 1 988 did ordain 

David Omar Jenkins 

Samuel White Loy 

Andrew Murdock Marshall 

Leslie Montfort Marsicano 

Dwight Edward Martin 

Glenn Eldridge Mason 

Roderic Lynn Mullen 

Robert Ogle Skinner 

John Carlton Speight, Jr. 

Phyllis Hicks Straus 

Jonathan Eric Strother 

William Franklin Williams 



Camille Ogle Yorkey 



C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Bishop 



CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 



This is to certify that I, C. P. Minnick, Jr., 
Church, at Methodist College in Fayetteville, 
Deacons as follows: 

James Stanley Brown 
Milton Bailey Collier, Jr. 
Larry Dean Crane 
Lawrence McNeill Dowdy 
Kimberly Anne Garner 
Pamela Jo Hudson 
Randall Eugene Innes 
Edith Dudley Jenkins 
James Edward Malloy, Jr. 
Dena Jo McFarland 
David Alexander McLean 



one of the bishops of The Gnited Methodist 
North Carolina on June 1 9, 1 988 did ordain 

Joyce Reynolds Mott 

Brian Darren Perry 

Barbara Kathryn Hollis Price 

Eireen Geiselle Isley Thompson 

Stephen Paul Wanger 

Scott Cameron Washington 

Julia Webb-Bowden 

William Joseph Wilburn 

Norma Walters Wingo 

Peggy Ormsby Witt 

Andrea Reese Woodhouse 



David William Woodhouse 



C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

Bishop 



In Memoriam 

Blessed are the dead who died in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith 
the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow 
them. 

SECTION IV 




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THE MEMORIAL SERVICE 

The Reverend L. T. Wilson, Presiding 

PRELGDE — Pre/ude inG Major Mendelssohn 

WORDS OF GRACE The Reverend L. T. Wilson 

Jesus said, I am the ResurrecUon and i am Life. Those who believe in me, even though 
they die, yet shall they live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. Be- 
cause I live, you shall live also. 
GREETING 

Family and friends, we have gathered here to praise God and to witness to our faith as 
we celebrate the lives of the ministers and spouses of this Annual Conference who 
have died this past year: 

Ministers Who Have Died During Tiie Year 

Ralph H. Lewis July 14, 1987 

J. B. Hurley August 25, 1987 

Charles E. Price, Jr February 6, 1 988 

F. Odell Walker February 17, 1988 

Gregory A. Howard February 29, 1 988 

C. Freeman Heath February 29, 1988 

Joseph F. Coble March 27, 1988 

Wade Hawkins April 7, 1 988 

Haywood L. Martin June 14, 1 988 

, Ministers' Wives Who Have Died During The Year 

Pauline W. Lewis June 12, 1987 

Marilyn S. UtUe June 21, 1987 

Leona N. Harris August 10, 1987 

Marion S. Potter September 13, 1987 

Louise C. Cribb September 14, 1987 

Kathleen P. Reed September 21 , 1 987 

Ethel P. Andrews September 22, 1 987 

Mary D. Shuller October 18, 1987 

Emma J. Fitts January 11, 1988 

Clara R. Tew January 18, 1988 

Jane P. Howard February 29, 1 988 

Catherine J. Husted March 1 1 , 1 988 

Lucille W. Porter April 6, 1 988 

Ruth H. Grant May 7, 1988 

Diaconal Ministers Who Have Died During The Year 

Phyllis G. Savage July 24, 1 987 

Diaconal Ministers* Spouses Who Have Died During The Year 

Vernon Offutt April 10, 1988 

[j We come together in grief, acknowledging our human loss. May God grant us grace, 

I that in pain we may find comfort, in sorrow hope, and in death resurrection. 

I * HYMN (No. 536) — Spirit of Life. In This New Dawn (Tune, Maryton) Marlatt 

CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER 

I Eternal God, we praise you for the great company of all those who have 
finished their course in faith and now rest from their labor. We praise you for 
those dear to us whom we name in our hearts before you. To all of these, grant 
your peace. Let perpetual light shine upon them; and help us so to believe 



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where we have not seen, that your presence may lead us through our years, 
and bring us at last with them into the joy of your home not made with hands 
but eternal in the heavens; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

ANTHEM — O Divine Redeemer Gounod 

READING OF THE WORD Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr, 

Isaiah 40:1-5, 28-31 ; Luke 24:13-35; Hebrews 1 1 & 12 (Selected Verses, NEB) 

MEMORIAL ADDRESS — In Company With The Saints Dr. H. LangiU Watson 

♦STATEMENT OF FAITH The Reverend L. T. Wilson 

The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: 

he leadeth me beside the still waters. 
He restoreth my soul: 

he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. 
Yea, though I walk 

through the valley of the shadow of death 
I will fear no evil: 
for thou art with me; 
thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 
Thou preparest a table before me 
in the presence of mine enemies; 
thou anointest my head with oil; 
my cup runneth over. 
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me 
all the days of my life: 
and I will dwell in the house of the Lord 
for ever. 

* HYMN (No. 462) — For All The Saints (Tune, Sine Nomine) How 

♦CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER 

God of love, we thank you for all with which you have blessed us even to this 
day; for the gift of joy in days of health and strength, and for the gifts of your 
abiding presence and promise in days of pain and grief. We praise you for 
home and friends, for our baptism and place in your Church with all who have 
faithfully lived and died. Above all else we thank you for Jesus, who knew our 
griefs, who died our death and rose for our sake, and who lives and prays for 
us. And as he taught us, so now we pray. 
*THE LORD'S PRAYER 

* DISMISSAL WITH BLESSING Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. 

The peace of God which passes all understanding keep your hearts and minds in the 
knowledge and love of God, and of the Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. And the blessing 
of God Almighty, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, be among you and remain with you al- 
ways. Amen. 
POSTLODE — Concerto in b minor Wather 

LEADERS OF WORSHIP 

Presiding Minister: The Reverend L. T. Wilson 
Liturgist: Bishop C. P. Minnick, Jr. Soloist: Mrs. Jo Anne Swartz 

Preacher: Dr. H. Langill Watson Organist: Mr. Mark Gourley 

* Indicates when people are to stand. 



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RALPH HENRY LEWIS 
1899 - 1987 



Ralph Henry Lewis, third son of Joel Henry and Maggie Julie Lewis, was born January 
30, 1 899. His birth, on his father's Carlisle, Arkansas, farm, was during a heavy snow storm 
and he was born at his parent's home without aid of a doctor or midwife. He spent his 
childhood and early years on his father's and his uncle's farms, attending Carlisle schools 
for his elementary education. 

At age 20 (1 91 9) both he and his brother, Earle, felt called to be ministers. This neces- 
sitated a move to a college town. They chose Arkadelphia, Arkansas. So both young men 
and their widowed mother moved to Arkadelphia where the young men entered Hender- 
son-Brown College for secondary and college study. Graduating from Henderson-Brown, 
they and their mother moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where the young men entered the 
Candler School of Theology at Emory Gniversity. Gpon graduating with a BD degree in 
1 929, Ralph left immediately to go as missionary to Korea under the Southern Methodist 
Board of Missions. He was soon joined by his fiancee, Anna Mae Atchley, and they were 
married in Seoul, Korea, on December 1 9, 1 929. 

Their first appointment was language study, of course. Both successfully fulfilled the 
three language courses and were assigned to rural evangelism. Usually the Board fur- 
nished well built residences for their appointees but there was no housing vacancy for the 
newly-weds. Accordingly, to the consternation of older missionaries, the Lewises found 
and rented a small Japanese house in Seoul. Soon a housing vacancy occurred in the 
mission station of Wonsan. 

The young couple, along with other young couples, were recalled to America because 
of the financial difficulties the Board was exp>eriencing at that time. Before returning from 
Korea to America the Lewises went to Peking, China. There they found numerous Korean 
emigrants who had fled from the Japanese who dominated Korea for many years. Fear- 
ing that the Le\wses were working for the Japanese, the emigrants were very distrustful 
at first. They finally gained their confidence and found enough of them to start a Sunday 
School and ultimately a church, meeting in the Chinese Methodist buildings. While in 
China, the Lewises were not on salary by the Board of Missions. Ralph taught English at 
a Chinese boys school and Anna Mae nursed at the Peking Union Medical College (both 
at Chinese wage standards). 

Bishop Paul B. Kern was bishop in charge of the orient so he transferred Ralph to the 
North Carolina Conference where he resided. Ralph's first appointment was Stumpy Point. 
The people were kind and accepted the Lewises lovingly despite Ralph's inexperience in 
preaching in English. After senmig a year at Stumpy Point, Ralph served the following 
charges: Wanchese, Dover, Maysville, Fountain Place-Glen Raven in Burlington, St. Luke 
in Goldsboro, and Bahama where he retired in 1 966. After two years sick leave, he was 
appointed to Cordova, supposedly on a temporary basis. He remained as pastor for four 



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years when he was relieved by regular appointees. As the Lewises had elected to stay in 
Cordova, the church there honored Ralph by naming him Pastor Emeritus. He preached 
there and elsewhere as asked until his health necessitated relinquishing even that small 
service to The Gnited Methodist Church. However, he retained that Otle of Pastor Emeritus 
until his death. 

The Lewises gave up independent housekeeping, sold their house neeir Cordova £ind 
entered the Qlenwood Rest Home in March, 1 986. They remained together as happy resi- 
dents of Glenwood until Ralph had to go to Richmond Memorial Hospital in June of 1 987 
where he died on July 14, 1987. 

The Family 



JOHN BASCOM HURLEY 
1892 - 1987 

DAISY FUQCIA HURLEY 
1898 - 1987 




Everyone loved John and Daisy Hurley. The Reverend John Bascom Hurley and his 
wife, Daisy, could very well have been "role models" had the NC Conference wanted to 
recognize a couple who epitomized service to our Lord through their service to the local 
churches and their communities. Their faith was well rooted. Their dedication and loyal- 
ty to The Gnited Methodist Church was paramount. The love and warmth they spread for 
many years through eighteen Conference appointments all over eastern North Carolina 
has made a difference and will continue to do so for generations to come. 

John Bascom Hur'ey was born on June 12, 1892, in Montgomery County, MC. He 
was the son of John Bradley Hurley and Tabitha (Tabby) Bruton Hurley, and had seven 
brothers and one sister. 

Daisy Fuqua Hurley was born on AAarch 25, 1 898 in Person County, NC. Her parents 
were John William Fuqua and Mary Alice Satterfield Fuqua. 

John was ordained as a deacon in Greenville during the Annual Conference in 1 91 7 
and was admitted into the Conference in full connection in 1 921 . During the Conference 
in 1 91 7, the ladies of the host church decided to play "matchmaker" for the bachelors in 
the Conference by inviting them and the student teachers from nearby East Carolina 
Teachers College to a church social. John and Daisy did not realize that when they met 
that evening they were beginning their loyal service to The Gnited Methodist Church and 
to each other. They were married June 12,1919 shortly after John finished Divinity School 
at Trinity College. 

For the next forty-two years, they served Clark Street South, Rocky Mount, Elm City, 
Moyock, Roanoke Island, Milton, Bahama Circuit, Rougemont, Roper, Murfreesboro, 
Halifax, Rowland, Seaboard, Snow Hill, Cedar Grove, Littleton Circuit, Robersonville, and 
Burlington Circuit. John and Daisy retired in Apjex, NC in 1 957 after serving their last 
charge. They were married for nearly 68 years. 



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John and Daisy enjoyed playing games with their children and grandchildren. Their 
favorites were Chinese checkers and dominoes. Both also possessed a great love of music 
and John's rich bass voice was heard and enjoyed not only in the churches but at home 
as well. 

One of John's more memorable sermons occurred when he attended homecoming 

iat his beloved birthplace, Wadeville, NC in 1983. The scheduled preacher did not show 

land when the minister recognized John, who was sitting in the congregation with mem- 
bers of his famUy, he not only stood to be recognized but proceeded to preach his favorite 

; sermon on salvation while standing at his pew. Although he physically could not see, his 

! message was very clear and so wonderfully presented that all in the church were noticeab- 

jly touched. The local minister, who was not prepsared to preach, was doubly blessed. 
Gntil his death, John held seniority in the Conference. Visiting friends and colleagues 

iat Annual Conference was an event that both John and Daisy loved so much. He attended 
his last Conference in Fayetteville in June of 1 987, ten days after Daisy's funeral, and was 

iwcirmly received by Bishop Minnick cind the delegates with a stcinding round of applause. 
John and Daisy were blessed w\\h five children. They have two daughters, Mita (Mrs. 

i Juanita H. Page of Jacksonville, NC), and Doris (Mrs. Doris McKellar of Jackson, NC); and 
three sons, Bob (Robert B. Hurley of Myrtle Beach, SC), Bill (John W. Hurley of Fayet- 
teville, NC), and Darel C. Hurley of Lillington, NC. They have 13 grandchildren, and 1 1 
great-grandchildren. 

Daisy Fuqua Hurley died on June 4, 1 987 in Lillington, NC, and the funeral service 
was held on June 6, 1 987. John Bascom Hurley died on August 25, 1 987 in Fayetteville, 
NC, and the funeral service was held on August 28, 1 987. The services were conducted 
at Lillington United Methodist Church by the Reverends Jimmy Tatum and Jack Benfield. 
Graveside worship was led by Dr. John Bergland. John and Daisy are buried in LaF"ayette 
Memorial Park in Fayetteville, NC. 

We should note here that John is survived by his youngest brother, George Hurley of 
Charlotte, who is also a very active United Methodist. 

' Perhaps John and Daisy's greatest legacies, other than their service to our Lord, was 
their gentle, sweet spirit, highlighted by a strong, positive attitude. Like John's role model, 
Dlder brother and fellow Conference member, B. T. Hurley, the family emphasis was al- 

' vays placed on service, love and respect for others; but, above all, "Live life according to 
he word of our Lord, Jesus Christ". 

■ i We miss them so. 
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CHARLES EVERETTE PRICE, JR. 
1923 - 1988 



Charles Everette Price, Jr., son of Charles Everette, Sr. and Wilma Pierce Price, was 
born on June 10,1 923 in Gastonia, NC. He was educated in the schools of Gaston Coun- 
ty and Evans Business College. Later, he married Grace Pearson of Rock Hill, SC. After 
several years in the business world, he was called to serve as a minister for our Lord Jesus 
Christ. Back to school he went: to Fruitland Bible College, Wingate College, Louisburg 
College, and Duke Divinity School. 

He was a devoted husband, a good minister of Jesus Christ, and a diligent and faith- 
ful pastor to his people. Under his leadership, the churches that he served were growing 
churches; through his ministry, many lives were touched by our Lord. 

As we read from the Prophet Isaiah the passage on God's servant, we see it as an early 
announcement of the coming of our Lord: 

Behold my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights; I have 
put my Spirit upon him, he will bring forth Justice to the nations. He will not cry or lift 
up his voice, or make it heard in the street; a bniised reed he will not break, and a dimly 
burning wick he will not quench; he will faithfully bring forth justice. He will not fail or 
be discouraged 'til he has establishedjustice in the earth; and the coastlands await his i 
/au;. (Isaiah 42:1-4) j 

As we read from this passage it is hard not to think of our friend Everette. ( 

Together with Grace, Everette served as pastor in the Wilmington District for twenty- 1 
seven years, serving in Clarkton, Wrightsboro, Rocky Point, Hampstead, Zion, and again I 
at Rocky Point where, due to failing health, he retired in 1 985. ' 

Everette and Grace retired to Gastonia, NC where he spent much time under medical i 
care. He entered Gaston Memorial Hospital December 21,1 987 for what was thought to - 
be an aneurysm of the aorta, but turned out to be cancer. i 

Though there was much pain, there was little complaining. Even as a patient who was ! 
failing fast, Everette's life continued to be a strong witness for the Lord whom he loved, i 

February 6, 1 988 Everette died. He was survived by his wife Grace, his father (who later 
died on March 23), two brothers, and one sister. j 

His funeral was held in the church of his childhood, Trinity United Methodist Church j 
in Gastonia. The Reverends Linwood Brooks and Garland Young, Gaston County District 
Superintendent, led the sendee. On February 8, 1 988, Everette was buried in Gaston ,1 
Memorial Park, Gastonia, NC. 

Everette, too, could say that he fought the good fight - he finished the race - he kept 
the faith. 

Grace Price, Billy Peele, and Tracie Varnum 



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FRANKLIN ODELL WALKER 
1926 - 1988 



Franklin Odell Walker was born March 1 6, 1 926 in Randolph County to Elmer and 
Nannie Robbins Walker. At twenty-five, after serving in the armed forces, he felt called to 
preach. He was accepted at Pfeiffer Junior College as a special student, transferred to, 
and later graduated from High Point College and enrolled in Duke Divinity School. He 
received his Master of Divinity degree from Duke in 1 959. It was in the same year that 
Odell received what he cherished greatly, since he had left public school at the comple- 
tion of the eighth grade: an honorary high school diploma. 

Odell and AAargaret Brown were married on August 13,1 949. Their children are Kay 
Walker of Greenville, Nancy Walker of Roanoke Rapids, Debby Walker Ray of Charlotte 
and Warren Walker of Greensboro. Odeil demonstrated his love for Margaret and the 
children by being there when needed, generous with his attention and affection. 

Wherever Odell went to serve God, who empowered him to minister, he was an instant 
hit. Lay people were affected by Odell's magnetic p>ersonality. They knew he lived his faith 
and genuinely loved them. Other than Lovejoy-AAacedonia (1954-1959), where a par- 
sonage was built; Odell was pastor of Cumberland-St. Andrews (1 959-1 960); St. Andrews 
(1960-1961) where another parsonage was built; Cotton-Hope AAills (1961-1966) where 
a beautiful new church was built; UUington (1966-1968); Longview (1968-1971); 
Goldsboro: St. Luke (1971-1974); Washington: First (1974-1981); and CUnton: First 
(1981-1988). It was in Clinton that he died: February 17, 1988. The funeral service was 
a memorial conducted at First, Clinton, by his former District Superintendent, Rick Com- 
mander, and Paul Bunn, with whom Odell began his ministry in Troy in 1 954, living in 
the same parsonage. Odell was ordained Deacon in 1 957 and Elder in 1 959 by Bishop 
Paul Neff Garber. 

In many ways, Odell served the North Carolina Conference well. He was a member of 
numerous boards and agencies. His most recent appointments included the Board of 
Higher Education and the Board of Trustees of The Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

"Who can hold a sunbeam in his hand" is a line of a song sung in Sound of Music that 
points to who Odell Walker really was, a radiant, fun-filled, out-going, almost boisterous 
guy. He bved everybody, and everybody who knew Odell realized that fact. If he found 
someone depressed, he left him with hope, renewed. Without a doubt, Odell practiced 
"the power of positive thinking", doing and living. May the joy this handsome, exciting, 
dynamic messenger of the Good News brought to us remain with us! That is the bequest 
of one who so loved people that in death he willed every part of his body to be used to 
help those who could be benefitted. His ashes provide nourishment for the flowers and 
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Thanks be to God for His love made tangible in the love Odell Walker shared with those 
he met: Inasmuch as you have done these things to the least of these, you have done 
them to me. (Matthew 25:40) 

Paul G. Bunn 



GREGORY ALLEN HOWARD 
1958 - 1988 

JANE PETERSON HOWARD 
1955 - 1988 



A shock wave spread across the state on the evening of February 29 as the telephone 
message came from Jefferson that the Reverend Gregory Allen Howard and Jane Peter- 
son Howard had been killed when a tractor-trailer truck struck the car in which they were 
traveling that afternoon. 

The funeral was held March 3 at Haymount United Methodist Church in FayetteviUe 
with John K. Bergland and Bill Lowdermilk officiating. Greg and Jane are survived by a 
four and one-half year old son, Joshua Allen Howard, Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and 
Mrs. Golda Howard. 

Greg was born February 1 , 1 958 at Fort Benning, Georgia. After graduating from 
FayetteviUe Senior High School, he entered Methodist College and earned the B.S. de- 
gree in biology in 1 979. He served as Student Government Association vice-president 
and the college chorus president. While a student he went to China on a scientific study 
tour. He is remembered on campus for his ecological concerns. In the fall of 1 979 he 
entered United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, where he received the Hervin Roop 
Award for excellence in worship leadership. 

Jane was born January 8, 1 955 at Fort Knox, Kentucky. After graduating from Pine 
Forest Senior High School in Cumberland County, North Carolina, she entered Methodist 
College where she majored in elementary education. She edited an award winning cam- 
pus newspaper, was inducted into the academic honorary society and was secretary to Pi 
Gamma Mu. 

Jane and Greg met at Methodist College and were married December 22, 1 979. They 
were the parsonage family for the Goshen-Keener United Methodist Churches 1 983-1 986 
and the Vanceboro Circuit 1 986-1 987. In 1 987 a long-time dream was realized, Greg be- 
came a church camp director. At Elk Shoals Camp, Greg and Jane started an expanded 
and innovative program which included the raising of funds for camp scholarships. 

Greg was a certified EMT and worked on the Sampson County and Vanceboro Res- 
cue Squads. He led his people into a fuller understanding of worship and taught the youth 
about God through camping experiences and field trips that led to an understanding of 
the stewardship of God's gift of the earth. 

Jane was a co-worker in fJie life of the church in the United Methodist Women, the 
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systems where they lived and demonstrated exceptional teaching skills and unmatched 
love for children. 

The love of God becomes real when through us it touches others. Family, friends, 
parishioners and campers know God a little better, understand his love in a deeper sense 
and appreciate the gift of creation to a greater degree because their lives were touched 
by the love of God through Jane and Greg. Although their lives were short in number of 
years, they were long in terms of influence. We stand in awe and appreciation at their 
commitment to Jesus, their willingness to stand firm for their beliefs and their unselfish 
love that continues to be an influence in our lives. 

BiU Lowdermilk 




CUYLER FREEAIAN HEATH 
1900 - 1988 



C. Freeman Heath was born in Midway, Texas on Christmas Eve, 1 900, the son of Wil- 
lie Freeman and Pauline Thompson Heath. He lost his father at the age of one day (due 
to typhoid fever) and his mother at the age of five. He was raised by his maternal 
grandmother and his "Gncle Bud" Thompson. Freeman was married to Margaret Elizabeth 
Frank, the daughter of Methodist missionaries to Japan. His wife preceded him in death 
as did his younger sister, Pauline. Surviving are his wife. Hazel Henserling Heath of 
AAadisonville, Texas, whom he married in 1 984; his children, Cuyler F. Heath, Jr. of Clin- 
ton, John W. Heath of Oxford, Jo H. Hodges of Washington, Margaret F. Heath of 
Kauserslauten, Germany; fourteen grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. 

Freeman was greatly influenced by his Grandmother who read the Bible every day. 
She not only prayed with him, but taught him to pray and read the Bible. When he was a 
boy he played "church" and was always elected to be the "preacher". He knew his 
Grandmother was praying that he might be a preacher, and things kept happening that 
always pointed in tfiat direction. 

Freeman left Madisonville High School and attended Thorps Christian College. He 
entered Southern Methodist University, and at this time felt God's call to preach. He later 
attended Texas Christian Gniversity, graduating in 1 922. He went to Yale for graduate 
work and later received a scholarship from The College of the Bible in Lexington, Ken- 
tucky, and graduated there in 1 924. 

Freeman Heath began his ministry as an assistant pastor in Kinston, NC. He was a 
Methodist minister in churches in Chadbourn, Graham, Siler City, Oxford, Washington, 
Clinton, Wilmington and Sampson County. He was a district superintendent of the 
Elizabeth City District and served in Raleigh as Conference Director of Evangelism, the 
North Carolina Conference of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist 
Church. 

Freeman Heath was affectionately known as "the one arm preacher" having lost his 
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handicap if you are a taie follower of Christ. His Gncle Bud would not allow anyone to 
help him do things, telling him that he could do anything anybody else could do. Freeman 
once said there were two things he would have liked to do - skin a cat (on parallel bars) 
and play a violin. 

Gntil his death Freeman Heath continued to preach, teach, do evangelistic work and 
work with other preachers. At the age of eighty-seven Freeman was in his workshop, using 
power tools to make toys and gifts for others when he had a heart attack, one week before 
a second and fatal heart attack. Freeman died on February 29, 1 988 in A\adisonville, 
Texas. Funeral services were held at First United Methodist Church in Madisonville. Of- 
ficiating were Dr. James Heflin, the Reverend David Denning and the Reverend Marty Ver- 
shel. Graveside services were conducted in Clinton, NC, followed by a Memorial Service 
at First Gnited Methodist Church. Officiating were the Reverend Bruce Pate, Dr. J. Paul 
Edwards, and the Reverend Charles Moseley. 

Three weeks prior to his death. Freeman Heath wrote the following: 1 . If you read daily 
the word of God, pray daily saying "What do you want me to do. Lord?" He will show you, 
you will know, and He will see you through. 2. Mo matter what the problem or temptation 
you face, Jesus will help you overcome it. 3. All things work together for good - you can 
do anything God wants you to do. 

John W. Heath 




JOSEPH FILMORE COBLE 
1911 -1988 



Joseph F. Coble was born September 12,1911, near Greensboro to Annie McCullock 
and J. Frank Coble. Follo\wng a severe injury, Joe died on March 27, 1 988 in the Cape 
Fear Valley Hospital in Fayetteville, MC. For the preceding two years, Joe and his beloved 
wife and co-worker in ministry, Virginia, had lived in retirement in one of the apartments 
of the Wesley Pines Retirement Home. Indeed, the Wesley Pines Home was a dream of 
his own conception and fulfillment and an addition to the potential for service to retired 
Methodists as a ministry of the NC Conference of The Gnited Methodist Church. 

Joe Coble's immediate family were active members of the Calvary Gnited Methodist 
Church. His great-grandfather, the Reverend John Coe, helped establish Moriah 
Methodist Church, and his paternal grandfather, the Reverend J. F. McCullock, served 
Methodist churches in eastern MC. 

For many years Joe Coble knew that he was called to the ministry of his Lord Jesus 
Christ. As the years passed, a subtle vision grew within Joe leading him toward the plow- 
ing of a new ground in the formation of a specialized ministry. Somewhere the seed was 
planted in his heart for great concern for family living in the later years of life. He was a 
pioneer! The idea of life-care communities had scarcely developed within the Methodist 
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set his course to do what he felt to be the call of God in the interest of God's chUdren. Joe 
Coble sought not fame nor fortune, but only service! 

He began to prepare himself by attending High Point College where he received his 
A.B. degree in 1934 and proceeded to Westminster Theological Seminary where he 
earned the Sacred Bachelor of Theology in 1 937. In 1 943 he received his Master of Arts 
from Duke Gniversity. During his years at Duke his dream grew into a recognizable 
framework; he delved deeply into the scriptures and wrote his thesis on the emerging pat- 
terns of family care and responsibility for Uie elderly in the early Hebrew family unit. It com- 
bined the best of scriptural authenticity and the emerging field of sociology. The Church 
was not ready for the new vision. Joe Coble took post-graduate work from 1 945-46 in 
Boston University's Institute of Pastoral Care. 

On finishing his studies at Westminster, Joe had married Mary Virginia Brittingham on 
July 9, 1 937, and of that marriage ensued a daughter, Stephanie Dawn. 

Joe Coble joined the NC Conference of the Methodist Church and was ordained 
deacon in 1936 and elder in 1937. He served as pastor in Union Grove from 1938-39; 
Glen Raven from 1939-42; Tabor City from 1942-47; Northampton from 1947-52; and 
Biscoe from 1 952-55. During this time he wrote letters, talked to bishops, lobbied, cajoled 
the Conference, and talked in tones both pleading and strident about the emerging need 
for the ministry for which he had prepared and which he knew would become a fundamen- 
tal necessity in generations to come. Joe Coble believed in the philosophy of life care to 
provide a better tomorrow for a generation that was having increasingly longer life expec- 
tancies. Finally, with the urging of Bishop Paul N. Garber and the able lay assistance of 
the late M. M. Fowler of Durham, the idea of a Conference-sponsored retirement home 
became a reality with Joe Coble being appointed the first superintendent in 1 955. Money 
had already been raised and construction was underway at 261 6 Erwin Road in Durham. 
In September 1 955, following the Conference at which he was appointed, the First twelve 
members were received into the new facility with another new member added each week 
until the home's capacity of forty was achieved! Four apartments were built and then came 
expansion of the main building making room for sixty members. All were filled. Soon more 
apartments were being completed and another addition to the main building was under 
way. Joe and Virginia both worked tirelessly to serve the always full retirement home which 
had become a great success and fulfillment of a man who had strived for the necessary 
dream. The Retirement Home was more than a success; it became a necessity and the 
chief problem then was building more extensive facilities. During these years, Joe was a 
member of the NC Non-profit Homes for the Ageing and its president and executive direc- 
tor during several terms over the years of his ministry. He was Executive Director of The 
Methodist Retirement Homes of the NC Conference. He was also a member of the In- 
stitute for Pastoral Care, a charter member of the American Association of Homes for the 
Ageing, and a member of the National Association of Methodist Hospitals and Homes. 
He served on the executive committee for the High Point College Alumni Association from 
1 961 -65 and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity in 1 966 by High Point College. 
For many years the Cobles had their own home on Cranford Road in Durham - just a 
short distance from the Erwin Road facility. 

Expansion plans continued to call and Joe Coble envisioned and worked unstinting- 
ly on a home for eastern North Carolina which was realized in the building of the Wesley 
Pines Retirement Center in Lumberton and a Health Care Center for all levels of nursing 
care in Durham. When Joe retired in 1 977 from his ministry as executive director to the 
then Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to 
name the health care center The Joseph Coble Health Care Center. 

Joe Coble pioneered in other ways. When the GS Congress felt it was time to develop 
uniform standards for administrators for long-term-care facilities and nursing homes, Joe 
Coble was at the National Conference and was appointed as part of a NC State Board of 



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Mursing Home Examiners to set standards and qualifications for both present ad- 
ministrators and managers and those to come. He was not only a chcirter member of that 
State Board but also served for two terms - the maximum! 

Joe Coble never sought public praise or even esteem. Joe was sometimes strident in 
his voice as he gave a call for help for the needy elderly, but underneath he was tender in 
heart and more likely to give from his own pocket to help someone else in need. Joe had 
a depth of understanding that few could comprehend and a stance of personal self- 
sacrifice of his time and talent and worldly goods of which few had any understanding and 
most no knowledge! Without question he was a non-self-seeking person who gave of 
himself until almost all was given away! 

Here was a man that wore out more than two cars traveling for The Home" to chur- 
ches all over the NC Conference. He made thousands of speeches and visited prospec- 
tive home residents - after normal hard-working hours and on weekends - what sacrifice 
and devotion! 

Funeral services for Joe Coble were conducted in Greensboro by the Reverend Lee 
Ellis, pastor of Moriah United Methodist Church, with the committal by the Reverend Har- 
vey Johnson. Burial was in the Moriah Church Cemetery near the grave of his grandfather, 
John W. Coe. Survivors include his wife, Virginia; a daughter. Dawn Cook of Clinton, NC; 
a granddaughter, Melissa Parker of Chicago, IL, and one sister, Mrs. Edgar Hitchings of 
Norfolk, VA. 

Well done, thou good and faithful servant; enter into the kingdom of thy Lord... 

Kimsey King 




WADE HAWKINS 
1905 - 1988 



Wade Hawkins was born August 22, 1905 in Fort Worth, Texas. He spent all of his 
early years in his beloved state of Texas and was often known by his many friends as Tex." 
He was a 1 929 graduate of Texas Christian University and received his masters degree 
from New York University in 1 939. During his college years, he was active in summer 
camp work during which he met his wife, Kathryn Shampanore of Washington, New Jer- 
sey. She was serving as the camp nurse during that time. They were married July 30, 
1 930. For many years Wade served in public recreation and social service work in New 
York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Salisbury, North Carolina. 

At the age when many men are thinking of retirement. Wade, then 62, embarked on 
a new career. He resigned his position with the GS Saving Bond Division of the Federal 
government and entered the United Methodist ministry. Most of his life was involved in 
church affairs - as an active member of Highland Methodist Church in Raleigh he served 
on the official board, was on several commissions and a constant Sunday school teacher. 



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His civic commitment included over forty years of perfect attendance in Kiwanis Inter- 
national. While in Raleigh, he was club president and lieutenant governor of the Fifth 
Area. 

His short but special "second career" included two pastorates, one in Durham at Bran- 
son Memorial and the other in Rich Square, NC. He and Kathryn decided to remain in 
that wonderful, friendly eastern North Carolina town, it was here that friends and family 
observed their 50th wedding anniversary in 1 980 in the fellowship hall of the church. Both 
later became members of the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham. 

Wade Hawkins died in his sleep on April 7, 1 988. A memorial service was conducted 
by the Reverend John M. Cline at Highland Methodist Church in Raleigh. Kathryn had 
passed away slightly over a year earlier on January 6, 1 987. 

The Reverend J. Paul Edwards, a former pastor of Highland, remarked at the time 
Wade entered the ministry, "We are happy that Wade Hawkins felt led by God to give him- 
self in full-time Christian service. He has felt this call for a number of years but the oppor- 
tunity did not present itself until recently. To Wade and Kathryn - our church joins in 
prayers of thariksgiving that God will bless them both in this new Christian venture." 

Survivors include two sons, Gerald G. Hawkins, cin associate dean at North Carolina 
State Gniversity in Raleigh, and H. Bradford Hawkins of Magnolia, NC, former teacher in 
the public school system and currently an independent businessman. There are seven 
grandchildren, and Uiree great-grandchildren. 

The Hawkins Family 




HAYWOOD LEE MARTIN 
1922 - 1988 



Haywood Lee Martin was born in Rich Square, NC, the son of the late Henry L. and 
Mable Martin, on August 28, 1922. His death occurred on Tuesday morning, June 14, 
1 988 at the parsonage in Roper, NC. Haywood died of a massive heart attack just three 
days before he was to retire at the Annual Conference. 

Before entering the ministry he operated the family business, a funeral home in Rich 
Square, where he was a licensed embalmer and funeral director. At the age of forty-three, 
God placed His hand on Haywood's shoulder and called him to His ministry. As I write this 
memorial, I cannot help but tliink of the words of the poet as he penned this prayer: 

"God give us men! A time like this demands 

Strong minds, great hearts, true faith and ready hands; 

Men whom the lust of office do not kill; 

Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy; 

Men who possess opinions and a will; 

Men who have honor - men who will not lie; 



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Men who can stand before a demagogue 

And damn his treacherous flatteries without winking; 

Tall men, sun-crowned, who live above the fog 

In public duty and private thinking." 

God answered that prayer in the life of Haywood Lee Martin. He was indeed a man of 
strong mind, great heart, true faith and strong hands who lived above the fog. 

He was first married to Janice Deegraph who died in 1 958. From this union three 
daughters were bom; Mrs. Sylvia Elliott of Lake Mary, FL; AArs. Judy Bouche of Huntington, 
NY; Miss Sandy Martin of Kinston, NC. 

In 1 961 , Haywood married Elizabeth Pendergraft Sanders and was blessed with three 
stepchildren; Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Gpchurch of Atanta, GA; James Sanders of Irrimokalee, 
FL; Mrs. AAarsha Gibbs of Englehard, NC. Haywood and Lib have eight grandchildren. 

He was licensed to preach in 1 965 and ordained deacon in 1 968. Haywood served the 
following appointments: A\attamuskeet Charge, North Gates Charge, Manns Harbour, 
Pollocksville-Lees Chapel, Vanceboro Charge, Bath Charge, Currituck Charge, Harlowe- 
Oak Grove Churches, and the Roper Charge. 

Funeral services were conducted on Friday, June 17,1 988 in the Rich Square Gnited 
Methodist Church in Rich Square with the Reverend Randall Baker, his district superin- 
tendent, and the Reverend H. Charles Davis, officiating. Burial was in the Cedar Lawn 
Cemetery in Rich Square. 

Haywood lived close to the Lord. He was loyal to his call and spent the days of his min- 
istry pointing people to the Lamb of God. His wonderful loving spirit was exemplified daily 
in his home, in the work of the church, and in all the communities in which he lived. It 
was truly a blessing to have counted Haywood as a close friend. 1 shall always be most 
grateful for the privilege of being so closely related to Haywood, Lib, and the children. For 
those of us who knew Haywood so weU and loved him so much, the following words have 
a very special meaning: 

"One day at a time, Sweet Jesus, is all I'm asking from You. 

Just give me the strength to do everyday what I would do. 

Yesterday's gone, Sweet Jesus, and tomorrow may never be mine. 

Lord, help me today, show me the way one day at a time." 

Most fitting for the life and ministry of Haywood Lee Martin are the words of 11 Timothy 
4:7-8: / have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Hen- 
ceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord, the righteous 
\udge, shall give me at that day; and not me only, but to all them that have loved his 
appearing. 

H. Charles Davis 



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PAOLINE BIGGS WCXDDARD WHEELER LEWIS 



1918- 1987 




Pauline Biggs Woodard was born May 30, 1 91 8 and graduated from Hamlet High 
School in Hamlet, NC. Her father was Gilbert Woodard and her mother was Flora Biggs 
Woodard, both deceased. 

She was the widow of Franklin Wheeler with one young son when she married William 
Carson Lewis on June 2, 1 945. Three more children were born to this union. When Car- 
son later decided to enter the Methodist ministry, during and after much preparatory 
schooling, together Pauline and Carson served several fine churches in the NC Con- 
ference: Scotts Hill, 1957; Asbury in Lumberton, 1960; Bethel-Lebanon, 1962; 
Jerusalem-Zion, 1 967; and Glenwood in Rockingham, 1 971 , where Carson went on dis- 
ability leave due to very ill health in 1 976. Though he died on December 17,1 977, Pauline 
continued to make her home in Rockingham. 

Pauline died in the Methodist Retirement Home in Lumb>erton, NC in Robeson Coun- 
ty on June 12, 1987. Her survivors are: one daughter. Daphne Jeanne Smith of Char- 
lotte; two sons, William Carson Lewis, Jr. of Toledo, OH, and Samuel Franklin Wheeler 
of Sanford, MC; one sister, Gladys Barkley of Gastonia, NC; and nine grandcliildren. She 
was buried in Rockingham, NC in Richmond County. 

Her loves were her God, her family and people in general. She loved to listen to others 
and to try to help in any way that she could. She gave of herself and ministered unto others 
many times over. She was a very good, loving and kind person - and she is missed! 

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MARILYN GAIL STEWART LITTLE 
1957 - 1987 



MarUyn Gail Stewart Little was born in Sampson County, MC on March 1 5, 1 957. She 
was the last of three children born to Lattie Malon and Ida Mae Stewart. She was married 
to Milton Earl Little. Her family was made up of four children: Minica Gail Holland; Milton, 
Jr.; Tina; and Sharon Little. Just thirty years old at her death, she left an example of love 
and caring far beyond the years of one her age. 

AAarilyn grew up and lived all of her life in the Clement community. Her great pride was 
the restored 1 00 year old homeplace. Her joy was the environment of love within that 
home. Her hobby was cross-stitching. The walls of the house are decorated with her works. 

A graduate of Campbell University with a Master's Degree in Education, Marilyn served 
as a school teacher at Clement School for nine years. She was known for her teaching 
and discipline. Mostly, she was known for her rapport with her students. One child said 
she never ended a class without saying, "1 love you, boys and girls." She coached softball 
leading her girls to several championships. An annual award presented to a top student- 
athlete at Clement School will now b>e in memory of Marilyn and her mother. The award 
will be named the Ida Mae Stewart and Marilyn Stewart Little Award. 

Marilyn came to the Methodist Church out of a Baptist background through her mar- 
riage to Milton, who serves as a part-time local pastor. The people of Christ and Tabor 
Churches in the Fayetteville District found it easy to accept her because she embraced 
them with a caring spirit. AAarilyn loved children and became active in establishing a nurs- 
ery at Tabor United Methodist Church. Her quiet leadership inspired the church to dedi- 
cate the new nursery in her memory. 

Lynn Atchley, administrative chairperson of Tabor CJMC, wrote the following tribute: 

"On June 21,1 987 we lost a friend, Marilyn Stewart Little. AAarilyn became a member 
of the Tabor Church family three years ago when her husband, Milton, became our pas- 
tor. It was a new experience for her - a new role as a pastor's wife, a new church com- 
munity, a new denomination, but she quickly became an integral part of the church family. 

We fell in love with Marilyn for many reasons - her devotion to family and friends, her 
enthusiasm for life, and her excitement over life's seemingly simple treasures. Perhaps 
AAarilyn's most endearing quality was that she wasn't ashamed of her feelings. She loved 
children, kittens, teddy bears, country crafts, teaching, snow, and Christmas. Who 
wouldn't love someone who trimmed her Christmas tree in October? 

We mourn her passing. We do not understand why she was taken so soon. We do 
know that we are better for having known her. The children miss her - she played with 
them; the adults miss her - she talked and teased them. 

On June 21 , 1 987 we, the Tabor Church Family, Fayetteville District, lost a friend." 

The Family 



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LEONA BLANCHE NEWTON EARLY HARRIS 
1901 - 1987 



Leona Mewton Early Harris, wife of the Reverend Hyman Leroy Harris of Carolina 
Beach, formally of Wendell, died June 1 0, 1 987 in Durham County Hospital. Mrs. Harris 
had been a resident of the J. F. Coble Health Care Center on the campus of The Methodist 
Retirement Homes, Inc. for three years prior to her death. 

She was born Leona Blanche Newton on August 1 , 1 901 in Martin County, daughter 
of James Robert and Adana Waters Newton of the Dardens Community. She was edu- 
cated in Martin and Pitt Counties, and graduated from East Carolina University in Green- 
ville. She taught school for many years in AAartin County, first in Oak City and later in Bear 
Grass. While teaching in Oak City she met and later married Henry Augdon Early in 1 933. 
She resided on the Early family farm for over forty years. Her husband, Henry, died in 
January of 1 972. Born to that union were two sons, Ralph Newton (deceased at age 1 5), 
and Joseph Lester Early of Oak City, who remains on the family farm with his wife, Arlene, 
the third generation to settle in the area known as Williams Chapel Community. Mrs. Har- 
ris is also survived by three grandchildren; Joey, Celeste, and Gina. 

Funeral services were conducted in the chapel at the Scotland Neck Funeral Home 
by the Reverend Rick A. Moser, pastor of Scotland Neck United Methodist Church. Burial 
was in the Oak City Cemetery in upper Martin County. 

Mrs. Harris was a member of the rural historical Williams Chapel Methodist Church for 
over forty years. (The church closed its doors in 1 986 due to lack of members.) She served 
as adult Sunday school teacher for all her years in the church. She served on various com- 
mittees and boards, held all offices in the Woman's Society of Christian Service, and 
through the years she was krxjwn for being the most frequent giver of programs for which 
she spent hours prepjaring. She spent a lot of time in prayer and meditation before her 
presentations to the people of her beloved church. AAany members knew that the small, 
struggling church would have most likely closed its doors years before had it not been for 
her hard work and efforts to keep it the center of the community. There were many Sun- 
days that NVrs. Harris and her small sons were the only members to attend worship ser- 
vices and Sunday School but nothing could discourage her from serving her Lord and 
teaching his word. She was faithful in attending Conference meetings and workshops. 
She planned Bible School and was eager to teach, she held Bible Studies, and worked 
with youth groups. She not only gave of her time freely, but also her money, she was well 
known for her contributions to missions and needy causes. Sacrifice seemed to give her 
such pleasure and endeared her to all relatives, friends, and neighbors. 

tArs. Leona, as she was affectionately known, was devoted to her family, she was open- 
ly affectionate to her family and held to her strong convictions of Christianity. Her sense 
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but also the care of her mother, and her mother-in-law in their declining years. She al- 
ways opened her old historical two-story home to the ministers who served her church. 
She willingly boarded, prepared meals, and made the young ministers a part of her fami- 
ly for their appointment years in the church, there being no parsonage available in the 
district during that time. 

Leona Early married the Reverend H. Leroy Harris on July 19, 1976. They moved to 
Wendell and lived there until she entered the nursing home due to declining health. She 
was a member of the Wendell United Methodist Church for ten years. 

Mrs. Harris lived her last three remaining years in the Christian surroundings at the 
Coble Center, a most fitting atmosphere for a devoted Christian who had dedicated her 
life to God and the Methodist faith that she was so much a part of. 

Arlene Early 



MARION LOUISE SMITH POTTER 



1906 - 1987 




Marion Louise Smith Potter, 81, of the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham and 
formerly of Sanford, died Sunday, September 13, 1987. 

She was a native of Long Island, NY, the daughter of the late Frank Willis and Olla 
Rosetta Haff Smith, and the widow of the late Dr. W. Stanley Potter who was pastor for 
eight years at the old Steele Street Methodist Church before it became St. Luke GMC. His 
other appointments in the MC Conference were Home Memorial in Clayton, Ann Street 
in Beaufort, Hayes Barton in Raleigh, Henderson: First, Haymount in Fayetteville, (Steele 
Street in Sanford), Queen Street in Kinston, and Mebane. 

Marion was born on April 30, 1 906 and was a graduate of Mt. Holyoke College in Mas- 
sachusetts. She married Stanley Potter on June 26, 1 929. Though her talents and graces 
were many, her primary devotion was to her family and to the ministry of The United 
Methodist Church beside her husband. She had been very active with her husband's pas- 
toral ministry in the Missouri and eastern NC Conferences before Stanleys retirement to 
Sanford in 1 970 and his death on August 1 0, 1 975. Marion also did student work for the 
United Methodist Women, was in the Mt. Holyoke Alumnae Association and was a mem- 
ber of the Sanford Literary Club. 

The funeral was held at 1 1 :00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Luke GMC with the Reverend 
Tom Faggart officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Cemetery. 

Sun^iving are one daughter, Elizabeth Louise Potter Davis of Springfield, VA; three 
sons, William Stanley Potter, Jr. of Roanoke Rapids, Frank Grafton Potter of Charlotte, 
and James Richard Potter of Atlanta, GA; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. 

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HELEN LOUISE CANNON CRIBB 
1924 - 1987 



Helen Louise Cribb was a faithful loving wife and devoted to her family. She was born 
' May 9, 1924 in the Southwest Community, near Jacksonville, North Carolina, the 
daughter of William Henry and Annie Augustus Cannon. She was one of seven children. 
She graduated from Swansboro High School with the class of 1 941 . Following gradua- 
Uon she moved to Baltimore, AAaryland for training and employment by the Martin Aircraft 
Company. She returned to Newport, NC to care for her ailing father in 1 944 and was 
employed by the Naval Air Rework Facility at the Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point. 

While at Cherry Point, she met George F. Cribb, Jr. who was serving in the Marine 
Corps. They were married in November, 1 948. Her life as the wife of a ceireer Marine was 
not easy. Maintaining a home in Newport, NC for her parents and later her father-in-law, 
her husband was often deployed with the Fleet Marine Force in many hostile situations 
throughout the world. Prior to her husband's retirement in 1 970, Louise moved with him 
and lived in Jacksonville, Florida; Denver, Colorado; Quantico and Norfolk, Virginia. 

During her travels, Louise was active in the Corps Toys for Tots" program. She served 

as counselor for the Methodist Youth Fellowship and inspired many youth by her love and 

faith. As a member of Home Extension Club in Carteret County, she was instrumental in 

I starting the first Crafts Exposition in Morehead City. This annual nine county event con- 

, tinues until this date. 

When her husband became the part-time local pastor of the Broad Creek United 
Methodist Church in 1981 , Louise began living the life of a devoted minister's wife. She 
became actively involved in all aspects of the work of the church. Even though she suf- 
fered with emphysema the last three years of her life, she was an aggressive evangelist for 
her church. She worked constantly on the telephone contacting members, counseling, 
and keeping all aware of special events and church programs. 

Louise passed away quietly in her sleep September 1 3. Her funeral was conducted by 
the Reverend M. Whitfield Warren, district superintendent of the New Bern District. Inter- 
ment was in the Broad Creek Community Cemetery. 

She is survived by her husband; a sister, Daisy Hilbert; a brother, Troy B. Cannon; and 
two dear nieces, Sheila and Sharon, who loved her as a mother. It is fitting that the in- 
scription on her tombstone reads, "It is good to be with God." 

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KATHLEEN DIANE PAUL REED 
1946 - 1987 



Kathleen Diane Paul Reed was born on August 8, 1 946 in McKean County, Bradford, 
Pennsylvania, and she died on SepterT±>er 21,1 987 at the Duke Hospital in Durham. She 
received her education in the Bradford area schools. 

On June 19, 1965 she married the Reverend Richard G. Reed, who came to the MC 
Conference in June 1 986. At the time of death, Kathy and her husband were serving the 
Bethel-Lebanon Charge in Clarendon. This fulfilled one of the greatest desires of her 
heart, serving the Lord in MC. In all of the five churches the Reeds pastored, Kathy was 
very active with the youth. She loved children. Even though she had four of her own, she 
became a mother to more young people than she could count. These young pseople 
would walk into her home and say, "Hello, mom," and, of course, her husband became 
"dad." Kathy had a unique ministry with young people. She told one of the youth groups 
she was working with that they should be prepared to grow. One Sunday night about fif- 
teen new young people appeared for the youth meeting. The regular youth were amazed. 
God blessed Kathy in her work with the youth and when she passed away, she was a youth 
counselor for the Lebanon United Methodist Church. 

Kathy was the kind of person who always smiled. She was always positive in everything 
and people loved to be around her because she had a way of making them feel good. 
She was happiest at being a wife, mother, and servant of the Lord. 

Kathy Reed was survived by her husband, who is still serving the Bethel-Lebanon 
Charge; three daughters, Tammy Day of Warsaw, MY; Kimberly and Rita of the home; and 
a son, Richard, Jr., also of the home. She is also survived by her parents, Charles and Rita 
Paul, her grandparents, Lee and Aletha Payne, and her great-grandmother, Flossie 
Howard, all of Bradford, Pennsylvania. 

Kathy's funeral was conducted at the Lebanon Gnited Methodist Church on Septem- 
ber 25, 1 987. Dr. Samuel D. McMillan, Jr., superintendent of the Wilmington District, and 
the Reverend George A. Jones, pastor of the First Gnited Methodist Church, Havelock, 
NC, a dear friend for over 20 years, shared in the service. It was a "Celebration Service." 
She was buried in the Lebanon Gnited Methodist Church Cemetery. Most of the 
pallbearers were ministers of the Columbus County sub-district, with the exception of two 
special clergy friends. Honorary pallbearers were the Gnited Methodist ministers of the NC 
Conference and the Gnited Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Bethel-Lebanon Gnited 
Methodist Churches. 

This is the way Kathy felt about her God. Gpon the occasion of her homecoming on 
September 21,1 987, three verses of her favorite hymn, "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee," 
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"Joyful, joyful, we adore thee, God of Glory, God of Love, 
Hearts unfold like flowers before thee, opening to the sun above. 
Melt the clouds of sin and sadness; drive the dark of doubt away; 
Giver of immortal gladness, fill us with the light of day. 

Thou art giving and forgiving, ever blessing, ever blest, 
Well-spring of the joy of living, ocean-depth of happy rest! 
Thou our Father, Christ our brother, all who live in love are thine; 
Teach us how to love each other, lift us to the joy divine. 

Mortals join the mighty chorus, which the morning stars began; 
Father love is reigning o'er us, brother love binds man to man. 
Ever singing, march we onward, victors in the midst of strife; 
Joyful music leads us sunward, in the triumph song of life." 

Without a doubt, AArs. Kathleen Diane Reed received a "crown of life" because she en- 
dured all that crossed her p>ath of life (from James 1:12). 

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MARY ETHEL PREVATTE ANDREWS 



1905 - 1987 




Ethel Prevatte Andrews was born November 10, 1905, the daughter of James 
Lawrence and Sarah Ausley Prevatte of Red Springs. She died at the Coble Health Care 
Center at the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham on September 22, 1 987 after a long 
illness of Alzheimer's Disease. 

It was in a spirit of Christian triumph and faith that funeral services for Ethel were held 
in the Hillsborough United Methodist Church on Friday, September 25, with interment in 
the Floyd Memorial Cemetery in Fairmont, NC. The Reverend Herman M. Ward, Jr., the 
Reverend F. Owen Fitzgerald, Jr., and the Reverend David D. Traynham conducted the 
services. 

During her high school days, Ethel's interest turned to a career in teaching. After 
graduation she entered East Carolina University. Following her course of study there, she 
taught in the public schools of North Carolina for 22 years. She loved the classroom and 
her work with children, and was devoted to the opportunity of service. 

The Reverend Chester J. Andrews and Ethel were married June 1 4, 1 933 and to this 
union of over 54 years were born two sons, James Marshall Andrews of Greensboro, NC 
and Norman Leon Andrews of High Point, NC. There are three grandchildren. Ethel is 



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also survived by four sisters; Mrs. Daisy Willis of Farmington Hills, Ml; Mrs. Ellen Kinlaw of 
Lumberton, NC; Mrs. Margaret Kitchin of AAaxton, NC; and AArs. Agnes Humphrey of 
Fayetteville, NC; two brothers, J. Russell Prevatte of Red Springs, NC and J. Elias Prevatte 
of Southport, NC. 

Ethel's dedication to the church was very pronounced. She shared fully, joyfully and 
faithfully in the ministry of her husband as tfney served in the NC Conference in various 
towns and cities. The appointments they served were: Scotts Hill; Maysville; Warsaw; Webb 
Avenue-Fountain Place in Burlington; Maxton; Chadbourn; Rosemary in Roanoke 
Rapids; Robbins; Ahoskie; Mount Gilead; Fifth Avenue in Wilmington; and Hertford. 

Through her education and natural ability, Ethel was well qualified to be a real helpmate 
to her husband in the work of the ministry. In many of the churches she worked in the 
church school, sang in the choir, and was involved in the work of the Gnited Methodist 
Women. 

Her love of music and interest in gardening were lifelong hobbies that she enjoyed to 
the fullest. She was a dedicated mother and grandmother and much beloved by her fami- 

ly. 

Ethel and Chester retired at the 1 972 session of the Annual Conference and estab- 
lished residence in Hillsborough. She entered the Methodist Retirement Home in 1982. 

Husband and Sons 




MARY HELM DANIEL SHGLLER 
1907 - 1987 



>\ary Helm Daniel Shuller was born September 6, 1 907 in the town of Hillsborough, 
Orange County, NC, the daughter of Robert and Ada Nicholson Daniel, one of seven 
children. She died in Durham County Hospital on November 19, 1987. 

Mary graduated from Hillsborough High School on AAay 1 , 1 925 and from Duke Univer- 
sity in June, 1 929. She taught two years in the public schools there and then married the 
Reverend Edgar R. Shuller in 1 931 . They served Methodist churches in Garner, Fremont, 
Warrenton, Hookerton, Williamston, Conway, Swansboro, Grifton, Fayetteville, and 
Laurel Hill. After his retirement in 1 969 they made their home in Yaupon Beach where he 
served as associate pastor for visitation and for communion at Ocean View United 
Methodist Church. He taught Sunday school and both were active in church affairs. They 
had four children: Mary Ada, Edgar Ralph, Jr., Robert North and Carol. 

Mary's diverse talents allowed her to be more than a helpmate to her husband. Be- 
sides running the parsonage with a family of four children, she directed children's choirs, 
held offfces in the GMW, taught Sunday school, and still managed to find time to pursue 
her many interests. For several years she also taught upper elementary grades in the 
public schools. She was a renowned cook, her specialty being candy making for the 
church and for private sales. Gardening was her passion. Each year she called on her 
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but Mary raised the flowers. Her joy overflowed when one of her sons gave her a green- 
house for the yard. Now she could and did raise flowers in winter and make good use of 
that always green thumb. She played piano enough to play for her own private enjoyment 
and for family singing. Reading to her children when they were small was sheer delight 
for them and for her. Reading was one of her hobbies. Listening was another. She loved 
people and was as capable of listening as of self-expression, and a delightful conver- 
sationalist who frequently offered opinions with considerable wit and humor. She was no 
mean artist and produced works in several media: oil, acrylic, and clay. She had her own 
kiln for firing pottery. In a brief autobiography for her granddaughter Mary reveals that her 
father taught her to value the English language and her mother the v^ue of a job well 
done. 

Mary's early training reveals a great deal about her later character. Part of her training 
was helping in the house and helping her father at tobacco harvesting time. He was very 
strict about everything: attending religious services, using no slang nor bad words, school 
attendance, no dating at an early age, telling the truth, and finding time to read the Bible. 
She especially enjoyed going places with a group like black berrying or strawberry pick- 
ing. For these they would take a picnic lunch and spend all day. She met Edgar at a Duke 
Divinity students* wiener roast. She loved the movies in her early years. She confesses to 
having been a fan of Ramon Navarro and Mary Pickford. Other loves include radio's "Lum 
'n Abner," lilacs, mother's fried chicken, the novel Dauid Copperfield and the song "Over 
the Rainbow." 

AAary expressed her warmth and humanity through the care of her husband and fami- 
ly and through her church. One weis never around her for very long in her later years 
without seeing pictures of her wonderful family: children, grandchildren and great- 
grandchildren. She was so proud of all of them. God granted her an abundant measure 
of His grace to meet the challenges of her life. 

In 1 985 Mary and Edgar moved to the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham. There 
she continued work on her hobbies. She worked in the greenhouse and the craft shop 
and participated in writing classes. An essay of hers will be published soon in the "Crea- 
tive Writing Journal" at the home. Edgar died in 1 986 and AAary in 1 987. Funeral Services 
were held for her on November 22, 1 987 at Ocean View United Methodist Church, Yaupxjn 
Beach, NC with the Reverend J. Mark Kasper officiating. She is buried in Northside 
Cemetery at Southport. 

"A perfect women, nobly planned, to warm, to comfort, and command; 

and yet a spirit still, and bright with something of angelic light." (Wordsworth) 

Taylor J. Brown 



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EMMA JANE JOLLY FITTS 



1892 - 1988 



Emma Jolly Fltts, widow of the Reverend Robert M. Fitts of the MC Conference, died 
January 11, 1988. 

Emma was born on June 4, 1 892 to Joseph H. and Serena Buck JoUy near Winter- 
ville in Pitt County, NC. When she was nine years of age her father died and her mother 
placed Emma and another daughter, Dora, in the Methodist Orphanage in Raleigh be- 
cause Serena (known as Rena) had to find employment to earn a living. Emma remained 
in the orphanage untU age 1 8, at which time she found employment in a cotton mill in 
Rosemary, NC (now Roanoke Rapids). It was here she met Robert M. Fitts and they were 
married on December 17, 1913. 

As a bride she went with her husband to his first appointment at Scott's Hill, MC. After 
this they served the following appointments: Shallotte (twice), Stantonsburg, Vanceboro, 
Mann's Harbor, Avon, Ocracoke, Robersonville, Dover, Creswell, Stonewall, Seven 
Springs, Marshallberg and Salem at Oxford. After Robert's retirement in 1 954 they bought 
a house at 207 Grove St., Oxford, NC where they made their home. 

Six daughters were born to Emma and Robert. Mary and Virginia Dare died in infan- 
cy. Pauline (Mrs. Clifton Noble) of Dover, NC died in 1 979. Surviving are Serena (Rena) 
(Mrs. C. L. Humphrey) of Dover, NC, Roberta (AArs. Hayward Marshall) of Bethesda, MD, 
and Grace (Mrs. R. J. Chadwick) of Gloucester, NC. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren 
and 20 great-grandchOdren. Her husband, Robert, died in 1 971 . 

Emma was a strong and active supporter of her husband's ministry. She was one of 
the early leaders in the progressive participation of women in the NC Conference. She 
was instrumental in organizing and leading various Women's Societies in their appoint- 
ments, beginning with The Ladies Aid Society and continuing until her husband's retire- 
ment. 

Emma was of a quiet, gentle nature, but was forthright and outspoken in her defense 
of honesty and right. She was never idle, performing her homemaking duties as faitliful- 
ly as she devoted her efforts as a minister's wife. As a mother she was a loving, but firm, 
disciplinarian. She was a skilled seamstress and made practically all clothing for herself, 
her daughters and even some for her husband. She sewed some for friends and neigh- 
bors, making a little spending money, which was usually used to buy more material to 
make up for her family. She was no stranger to a paint brush and always freshened and 
brightened the parsonages with her painting, new curtains and whatever it took to help 
make as attractive and comfortable home as she could for her family. She loved flowers 
and she and Robert always allowed room in their vegetable garden for a spot of color. 
During those days many of the parsonages were sparsely and poorly furnished. When 
moving time came, essentials such as beds, kitchen items, Emma's beloved piano, etc., 



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along with two cows and chickens were shipped by whatever means necessary, several 
times by boat and ferry! Hurricanes and floods were quite common along the outer banks. 
Understandably, Emma's "theme song" was the old hymn "Higher Ground." 

Emma was a compassionate and generous lady. She loved and needed people around 
her. Her sense of humor was subtle and natural. The sparkle in her eyes and her shy lit- 
tle smile endeared her to her family and many friends who were privileged to know her. 
She will be missed. 

Emma died quietly in Granville HospitcJ in Oxford, NC. Funeral services were held at 
Oxford United Methodist Church with the Reverend Daniel Jolly (her nephew), and the 
Reverend Bruce Pate (her pastor) officiating. Burial was in the Fitts burial plot in Warren- 
ton, NC. 

"She gave us life, she gave us love, she gave us values that we're proud of. 

When we needed her she was always there to comfort, advise and give of her care. 

She never wavered, she held on strong in belief that right was better than wrong; 

That peace in the heart gives joy to the soul, forgiveness of spirit will let us grow old 

Free from memories of wrongs of the past, treasuring friendships that last and last. 

She taught us patience and kindness to others. She was, indeed, tops among mothers. 

We won the sweepstakes when God drew her name to receive the grand prize in life's 
wonderful game, 

A gem of a mother, no frills or pretend, a sweet, gentle lady, our mama, our friend." 

Her daughters, 
Rena, Roberta and Grace 




CLARA MAE RESPESS TEW 



1906 - 1988 



In the life of Clara Tew we see the exemplification of the good wife, the loving spouse, 
the helpmate, the co-worker for Christ with her late husband. As in the case of most 
minister's spouses, Clara Tew had the opportunity to touch more lives than can be 
dreamed of! She did this even before she and Alton were married through her teaching 
cind then cifterwards going with him through their many app>ointments eind joining with 
him in bringing a depth to the Christian gospel that comes from living it and a measure 
of sunshine to the lives of those who needed that extra measure. No wonder that Clara 
Tew was awarded every honor that could be aweirded her by the churches and particular- 
ly by the Women's Society of Christian Service, the United Methodist Women, and all such 
organizations whose lives she touched. After Alton and Clara came to the Methodist Retire- 
ment Home, they expressed together a mark of devotion that was so marvelous that it 
was an inspiration to all who lived there. TTiey were in love with the Lord Jesus Christ cind 



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knew him as their personal Savior and as spokespeople for him throughout their lives, 
and in addition they loved one another. 

Clara Tew was born on March 20, 1 906 in Belhaven, NC. Her parents were Richard F. 
and Drucilla Burbage Respess. She attended the public schools of Belhaven and later 
Bath. She graduated from Women's College in Greensboro in 1 930. She taught in the 
public schools of Bath until her marriage. She and W. Alton Tew were married on January 
1 9, 1 934 and she joined on her great labor of love (which in truth was no labor at all, but 
pure love!) as she set forth with her husband in the itineracy serving with him at Ocracoke, 
Stonewall, Wilmington: Wesley Memorial, Riverside-Bridgeton, Lillington, Rowland, Aber- 
deen: Page Memorial, West Burlington, Rosemary in Roanoke Rapids, Trinity in Raleigh, 
St. Paul in Durham, and Enfield, from which they retired to Durham. There they acquired 
the first home that they had ever owned themselves - for thirty-nine years they had lived 
together in Methodist parsonages. 

During these years Clara and Alton had their son, William Alton Tew, Jr., of Newport 
Mews, VA, who is the only family survivor. Bill Tew was appreciative of his Christian 
upbringing and of the book that his father left him. Memoirs of a Methodist Minister, 
which was completed after Clara and Alton moved to the Methodist Retirement Home in 
1 978. I recall the marvelous life they had there together and the remarkable influence 
they had upon the Home itself. Their son. Bill, reflects on his rich legacy from both his 
father and mother through memories of the Lord that he perceived through the singing 
of hymns. It was a musical family. He shares some of his early memories reflecting the 
lighting of oil lamps by Sunday twilight as a rural congregation together sang the haunt- 
ing "Day is Dying in the West" and the tender "Sweet Hour of Prayer" and the enthusias- 
Uc "Revive Gs Again" and "Jesus Saves." He remembers his mother in church on bright 
Sunday mornings singing "O Worship the King" and the jubilant "Jesus Shall Reign," but 
above all he recalls how liis youngest years were enchanted by his mother's quiet sing- 
ing as she did her house work humming or singing Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus" and 
other hymns of like genre from the Cokesbury Hymnal. He recalls how her example of a 
sweet, earnest convicUon impressed him more than she ever realized and brought to him 
the power of the Gospel which will always exemplify truth and remain a part of his life here 
and hereafter. 

In writing this I reflect upon how important it is that the parsonage family be together 
and that mother and father both bring a sense of the presence of Jesus and a spiritual 
creed to their offspring that they may know and may grow strong in the service of Jesus 
in the way that each shall choose. 

Following Alton's death, Clara did her mourning and accepted life as it was as a sol- 
dier of Christ and yet continued her witness throughout the Retirement Home as a shin- 
ing example to others. In 1987, her health began to fail and Clara Tew died at Duke 
University Medical Center on January 1 8, 1 988. A memorial service was held in the 
Methodist Retirement Home Chapel on January 20, by Lawrence Lugar, Maness Mitchell, 
and David Grissom, the chaplain of the Home. 

As a final act of stewardship, Clara had already made arrangements that her body be 
donated to the Duke University Medical Center and her wishes were carried out with the 
understanding that eventually her ashes would be scattered in the memorial section of 
the Duke Gardens. 

It was very much like Clara Tew to recognize that her soul was with the Lord and that 
the body could be of service and she was a steward of that which she had cast off as she 
put on a heavenly body. So her plans remained firm. 

At this point one could say, "Here concludes the earthly lives of two of God's most faith- 
ful servants, Alton and Clara Tew, but somehow 1 feel they have left; enough of themsel- 
ves that in truth in the hearts of many whose hearts they touched, they will live on and 
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"Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail, and mortal life shall cease, 
I shall possess, within the veil a life of joy and peace." 

KimseyKing 




IDA CATHERINE JUNE HUSTED 



1901 - 1988 



Ida Catherine June was born August 19, 1 901 and she began her parsonage career 
in a small rented house 30 miles south of Pittsburgh, PA. She had married the Reverend 
Morris L. Husted on January 1 0, 1 924 and moved there from her family farm in upper 
New York State. Meadowlands, PA was their first church assignment in the Pittsburgh 
Conference. 

Shortly after the onset of World War II, nineteen years, nine parsonages, and four 
children later, she moved back to New York State to be with her husband, then a chaplain 
in the GSAF. During the war they served at various GSAF bases and hospitals primarily 
in New England and North Carolina. 

After the war, Mrs. Husted resumed parsonage responsibilities in the New York Con- 
ference. But memories of North Carolina were nostalgic and, after repeated invitations, 
on a Saturday morning in 1 952, they accepted a call to serve in the North Carolina Con- 
ference. It was a decision they never regretted. They both had a deep affection and ap- 
preciation for the people of North Carolina. 

Mrs. Husted was blessed with a long and full life and actively served 52 years in the 
Methodist parsonage. She held many offices witliin the church and various civic organiza- 
tions. Children's organizations were the main focus of her most active endeavors and she 
took joy and pride and great satisfaction in her role as a founder of the still ongoing NY 
State program of Alternative Homes for Children at Risk. 

The love Catherine Husted gave, the hungry she fed, the children she harbored, the 
church pianos she played, the pain she suffered and the charity of her heart were most 
certainly noticed by God. 

Her husband, Morris Lyman Husted, preceded her in death on November 8, 1 972. Her 
four children survive: tlvee sons, Eston A. Husted of Minneapolis, MN; Wayne D. Husted 
of San Francisco, CA, Ronald E. Husted of Poughkeepsie, NY; and one daughter, Mrs. 
David E. (Norma) Van Vleet of Durham, NC. 

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JOSIE LUCILE WADDILL PORTER 



1889 - 1988 




Josie LucUe Waddill Porter was born in Carthage, NC on November 22, 1889, the 
daughter of Joseph E. and Martha H. WaddiU. She died on April 6, 1988 at the Coble 
Health Care Center of the Methodist Retirement Home in Durham. She received her 
education in the Carthage public schools and at Greensboro College in Greensboro, NC. 
She worked in the Moore County Register of Deeds office until her marriage on April 29, 
1914 to the Reverend Hubbard B. Porter. He joined the NC Methodist Conference in 
1913. They met when Hubbard Porter was serving as pastor of the Carthage Methodist 
Church during the illness of their pastor. 

To Mrs. Porter being a minister's wife was a call to Christian service to he shared with 
her husband. She assumed the responsibility as a minister's wife with great dignity, 
humility, loyalty and faithfulness. Her love of her family and her church were predominant 
throughout her life. With her husband they served churches in Parkton, Lillington, Siler 
City, Warrenton, Henderson, Wilmington, Durham, Wilson and Troy. Hubbard Porter also 
served the Durham and Raleigh Districts as district superintendent. 

Gpon retirement the couple lived in Durham, NC where they were members of Calvary 
United Methodist Church. After her husband's death in 1 960 she shared a duplex in Dur- 
ham with her daughter, Marion, until the age of 89, when she moved to the Methodist 
Retirement Home, in 1 980 she broke her hip and had to live in the Coble Health Care 
Center until her death in 1 988. Her Christian spirit and her love, gentleness and faith ■ 
remained with her until her death despite an almost total loss of memory during the last 
two years. To the end her subjects of conversation were of church and Christian matters. 
Her fondness of music, especially hymns, was exemplified in the fact that she died while 
singing. 

Mrs. Porter was a devoted Christian mother to her three children who survive: Alline P. 
Garrison of Burlington, Marion P. Farthing of Durham and Edmund Waddill Porter of Bel- 
leville, Ml. Also surviving are three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. 

Her pastor, the Reverend Sam Dixon, Jr., officiated at the graveside service in 
Maplewood Cemetery in Durham on April 8, 1 988. She was laid to rest beside her hus- 
band. 

Those who visited her during her declining years found her to be an inspiration to 
them. Her life was a living testimony of her love and faith in God. Her influence will live 
on in those whose lives she touched and all who loved her. A Carthage newspaper writer 
said of her: 

"None know her but to love, none name her but to praise." 

Her daughters, 
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NANCY RUTH HENDERSON GRANT 
1910- 1988 



Ruth Henderson Grant, the daughter of Isaac I. and Elsie Holt Henderson, was born 
on December 21, 1910 in Alamance County. She grew up in Graham, NC, attended 
Graham public schools. Flora McDonald College, Scaritt College, and was graduated from 
Elon College. She served as a director of Christian education at Jarvis Memorial United 
Methodist Church in Greenville, MC and furthered her education at East Carolina Univer- 
sity. For a number of years Ruth used her talents as a teacher at Allen Jay School in High 
Point, Bells School in Chatham County, and Scotland Meek Elementary School in Scot- 
land Neck, MC before her marriage to Micholas Warnum Grant on July 12, 1 941 at Duke 
University Chapel. 

Mick and Ruth served the Methodist Church loyally and faithfully in Warrenton, War- 
ren Charge; Rich Square, Rich Square Charge; Bethel, Bethel Church; Washington, 
Washington: First; Raleigh, Fairmont; Goldsboro, St. Paul; the Raleigh District; the Con- 
ference Council on Ministries as executive director; and the Burlington District. Ruth's life 
as a minister's wife was an example of dignity, humility, and steadfast encouragement and 
suppKDrt for Mick. She shared with him strong convictions and a sense of fairness. A 
devoted wife, she always accompanied Mick to his many meetings and, while offering sup- 
port and encouragement to him and to others, she preferred to remain in the background. 
Throughout her life she was a doer, but often her work was behind the scenes. 

For the past 30 years, during the month of July, Ruth could be found in the kitchen 
or on the front porch of their house at Lake Junaluska. She was always ready to provide 
good conversation and good food for those walking past the house. 

Mick and Ruth retired to Rocky Mount in June, 1 978. In July, 1 985, they moved to 
Greensboro to be near their daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren. Ruth's 
grandchildren, Elizabeth and Micholas, provided her with a feeling of youth as she kept 
up with their many activities. From their birth, she was willing to change her plans to help 
them in any way she could and she loved doing it. 

After Mick's death in 1 985, Ruth made new friends and rekindled old friendships in 
Greensboro. They meant so much to her after Mick's death and during her own illness. 
Ruth died at the home of her daughter, Mancy, in Greensboro, on May 7, 1 988. Graveside 
services were conducted on May 9, 1 988 at Raleigh Memorial Park by the Reverend Ker- 
mit L. Braswell, the Reverend Henry B. Grant, the Reverend Dr. Wallace H. Kirby, and the 
Reverend Dr. F. Belton Joyner, Jr. She is survived by her daughter, Mancy Reynolds; son- 
in-law, Tom Reynolds; two grandchildren, Mancy Elizabeth and Thomas Micholas of 
Greensboro; and a brother, I. Holt Henderson of Graham, 

Taken from a prayer of thanksgiving given by Henry Grant, her nephew, at the 
graveside service are these words, "For her devoted attention to her family, for her shy- 



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ness, for her cooking, for gentleness, for perseverance under suffering, sickness, and dis- 
tress, for the teasing she took, for the teasing she gave back in equal measure, for 
housekeeping, for her sense of humor, for modesty and nobility of character, for friendship 
and grace, for patience, for the good she offered to others and to us, for her life as a Chris- 
tian, O Lord, we thank you." 

Thomas B. and Nancy G. Reynolds 



PHYLLIS LOUISE GANTZ SAVAGE 



1950 - 1987 




Phyllis was born in Columbus, Ohio on May 30, 1 950 and received her early educa- 
tion in the area. After receiving a college degree, she attended the Methodist Theological 
School in Delaware, Ohio (Also known as METHESCO), where she received her Masters 
of Arts in Christian Education in June, 1 975. She was consecrated as a Lay Worker (later 
to be grand-fathered into the Diaconal Ministry) of The United Methodist Church in the 
West Ohio Conference. 

She began serving others while still in seminary. To work her way through school, she 
was a counselor at the correction school for girls in Ohio. From there, she became the 
Director of Christian Education at Broad Street GMC in Columbus, Ohio. She continued 
her ministry at Riverside GMC in Upper Arlington (a suburb of Columbus), Ohio 
Diaconal AAinister in Christian Education. 

Phyllis moved to Raleigh in 1 980 where she served as a Diaconal Minister in the role 
of Program Director at Benson UMC with the Reverends Brian Gentle and Clyde Tucker 
for many years. 

Phyllis died July 24, 1 987 and her memorial service was conducted at Benson GMC 
in Raleigh with the Reverend Penny Dollar Farmer, and Carol Dell Strange, diaconal min- 
ister, officiating. 

She is survived by her younger sister, Patricia Gantz in Columbus, Ohio; her father, 
Mr. Gantz in Orient, Ohio; and her husband, James Savage of Raleigh, whom she mar- 
ried in April of 1 986. 

As part of her ministry, Phyllis was president of the NC Chapter of the Cliristian 
Educators Fellowship, and chairperson of the NC Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry. 

Phyllis was talented, and the areas of Christian clowning and sacred dance were 
among her special gifts and graces. Her radiant smile and friendliness will not be forgot- 
ten by her co-workers and friends. Phyllis gave 1 00% in and for the ministry of the Church 
as she worked with all ages in her churches and in the Conference. She brought a strength 
of spirit to all who knew her and fought to deny the throes of the cancer she lived with for 
three years. Many of her theological and Christian education books have been donated 
to churches and their libraries so their own Christian ministry can continue to grow. 



267 

Her ashes were given to the ocean that she so loved, and where she played worked 
jnd found the Light and Life of all that is. ^ j , 

So be it, 
Carol Dell Strange 



DECEASED ROLL OF MINISTERIAL MEMBERS- 1837to1 



DATE & PLACE 
OF BIRTH 



JOINED 
CONFERENCE 



DATE & PLACE 
OF DEATH 



PLACE OF 
BURIAL 



Benjamin R. Newcombe 




Robert E. Watkins 




UiilUam S. Johnson 




Junius W. Jackson 




Chappel Featherston 




Henry Speck 


1802- 


John Todd Brame, Jr. 


1820- 


William W. Turner 


1812- 


Wi lliam Compton 




James W. Jeter 


1819- 


George W. Nicholson 




Rufus Wiley 




Thomas R. Brame 


1796- 


John A. Miller 


1799- 


Thomas S. Cassady 


1817- 


Alsa H. Tucker 


1805- 


John Rich 


1815- 


James L. Nicholson 


18U- 


Sidney 0. Bumpas 


1808- 


John W. Wilson 


1825- 


Hezekiah G. Leigh 


1795- 


Evan E. Freeman 


1820- 


John T. St. Clair 


1809- 


Joseph Goodman 


1801- 


James M. Westbrooks 


1827- 


William J. Parks 


1818- 


William W. Nesbitt 


1812- 


Malcolm L. Douglass 




James Purvis 


1800- 


Thomas Jones 


1802- 


Arthur F. Harris 


1818- 


James Patterson 


1773- 


William J. Langdon 


1814- 


Alexander Gattis 


1819- 


William Anderson 


1803- 


James Henry Brent 


1825- 


John L. Newby 


1818- 


Benjamin F. Guthrie 


1837- 


John McOlister Gunn 


1801- 


Thompson Garrard 


1800- 


John Caldwell Brent 


1837- 


Robert C. Maynard 


1815- 


Medicus H. Hight 


1833- 


David W. Doub 


1816- 


John W. Tinnin 


1817- 


Joshua Bethel 




David B. Nicholson 


1809- 


William A. Smith 


1834- 


William H. Wheeler 


1837- 


John Robinson Mcintosh 


1799- 


Peter Doub 


1796- 


Jeffrey H. Robibins 


1829- 


George W. Deems 


1789- 


W. G. Tuttle 


1846- 


George C. Bynum 


1847- 


James Reid 


1795- 


William Holmes 


1798- 


Alfred Norman 


1804- 


William Barringer 


1816- 


Numa Fletcher Reid 


1825- 


Chambers Edgar Land 


1833- 


William F. Clegg 


1827- 


Eugene W. Thompson 


1833- 


Thomas P. England 


1845- 


Washington D. Meacham 


1833- 


Junius P. Moore 


1815- 


Dougan Clarke Johnson 


1825- 


William M. D. Moore 




John Jones 


1810- 


Isham H. Hill 


1823- 


T. P. England 


1845- 


W. D. Meacham 


1833- 


J. P. Moore 


1818- 


D. C. Johnson 


1825- 


W. M. D. Moore 




John Jones 


1810- 


I. H. Hill 


1823- 


William D. Lee 


1833- 


Ira T. Wyche 


1816- 


Augustus A. Boshamer 


1847- 


James S. Erwin 


1829- 


Robert M. Brown 


1831- 


Joseph T. Arrington 


1858- 


William Closs 


1809- 


Bennett T. Blake 


1800- 


Braxton Craven 


1822- 


Thomas A. Coon 


1842- 



GloucesterCo.VA 1834-Raleigh,NC 



•Virginia 1837- 

■Randolph Co.NC 1838- 

■Charlotte Co.VA 1837- 

•Virginia 1827- 

■New Bern.NC 1839- 

Bedford Co.,VA 1838- 

■London, Eng. 1809- 

Bedford Co.,VA 1841- 
1845- 
1790- 

MecklenburgCoVA 1820- 

Pr. Edward Co.VA 1817- 

MontgomeryCo.VA 1845- 

North Carolina 1839- 

Davie Co., NC 1840- 

Iredell Co.,NC 1834- 

Person Co.,NC 1837- 

Chatham Co.,NC 1847- 

PerquimansCo.NC 1818- 

Granville Co.NC 1843- 

Goochland Co,VA 1833- 

Fluvanna Co.,VA 1828- 

NC 1851- 

Surry Co.,VA 1846- 

Catawba Co,NC 1840- 

Richmond Co.,NC 1853- 

Bertie Co.,NC 1832- 

Camden Co.,NC 1831- 

MontgomeryCo.NC 1841- 

■Orangeburg, SC 1795- 

Beaufort, NC 1848- 

■Orange Co,NC 1847- 

Madison Co.,VA 1828- 

RockinghamCo,NC 1850- 

PasquotankCo,NC 1855- 

■Chatham Co.,NC 1858- 

■Iredell Co.,NC 1850- 

Orange Co.,NC 1818- 

■RockinghamCo,NC 1858- 

■Surry Co.,VA 1837- 

■Franklin Co.,NC 1855- 

■NC 1843- 

Orange Co.,NC 1841- 

Nelson Co.,VA 1829- 

Iredell Co.,NC 1831- 

■Wake Co.,NC I860- 

Darlington, SC 1858- 
■IsleOfSkye.Scot. 

■Stokes Co.,NC 1818- 

Randolph Co.,NC 1859- 

■Baltimore, MD 1835- 

NC 1868- 

■Chatham Co.,NC 1867- 

Caswell Co.,NC 1815- 
Pr i ncessAnneCoVA 1 824 • 

WashingtonCo.NC 1828- 

Cabarrus Co.NC 1844- 

RockinghamCo,NC 1851- 

Spartanburg, SC 1858- 

Chatham Co.,NC 1852- 

Kershaw Co.,SC 1854- 

McDowell Co.,NC 1869- 

Richmond Co.,NC 1855- 

Person Co.,NC 1853- 

■Trinity Coll.NC 1853- 
•NearCharlestonSCl829- 

■Beaufort, NC 1850- 

■Randolph Co.,NC 1853- 

•McDowell Co.,NC 1869- 

■Richmond Co.,NC 1855- 

■Person Co.,NC 1853- 

■Randolph Co.,NC 1853- 

SC 1829- 

■Beaufort, NC 1850- 

Randolph Co,NC 1853- 

•Union, SC 1869- 

•Brunswick Co.VA 1838- 

•Caswell Co.,NC 1870- 

Clarendon, SC 1852- 

•Charlotte, NC 1870- 

•NC 1879- 

•Botetourt Co,VA 1833- 

•SouthamptonCoVA 1824^ 

•Randolph Co.,NC 1857- 

•Alexander Co.NC 1872- 



Petersburg, VA 
Greensboro, NC 
Petersburg, VA 
Petersburg, VA 
Salisbury,NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Tarboro.NC 
VA Conf. 
Washington, NC 
VA Conf. 
Richmond, VA 
Petersburg, VA 
Washington, NC 
Salisbury.NC 
New Bern,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Petersburg, VA 
Greensboro, NC 
Norfolk, VA 
Halifax CH,VA 
Petersburg, VA 
Raleigh, NC 
Salisbury, NC 
New Bern.NC 
Mocksville.NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Norfolk, VA 
New Bern,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
VA Conf. 
Danvi lle,VA 
Greensboro, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Warrenton,NC 
Wilmington, NC 
New Bern.NC 
Warrenton.NC 
Norfolk. VA 
New Bern.NC 
Petersburg. VA 
Wilmington, NC 
Halifax CH.VA 
Raleigh, NC 
Lynchburg. VA 
New Bern.NC 
Salisbury. NC 
New Bern.NC 
MS Conf. 
Norfolk, VA 
NC Conf. 
Baltimore. MD 
Abbeville.se 
Wi Imington.NC 
Lynchburg, VA 
Petersburg, VA 
Raleigh, NC 
Columbia, SC 
Salisbury, NC 
Columbia, SC 
Louisburg,NC 
SC Conf. 
Cheraw,SC 
Wi lmington,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh. NC 
SC Conf. 
Warrenton.NC 
Raleigh. NC 
Charaw.SC 
Wi Imington.NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
SC Conf. 
NC Conf. 
Raleigh. NC 
Cheraw SC 
Greensboro, NC 
Greensboro. NC 
SC Conf. 
Greensboro, NC 
Wilson.NC 
Petersburg, VA 
Petersburg, VA 
Goldsboro.NC 
Fayetteville.NC 



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1881 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1882 



St. Augustine. FL 

Raleigh. NC 
Wake Co.,NC 

Washington,NC Washingtoi 
Lexington,NC Boydton,Vi 
Washington,NC New Bern, I 
Bedford Co,VA 
Oxford, NC Granville 
NC 



GranviUeCo,NC 
NC 

NC Wilmingtoi 

Wake Co.,NC Raleigh 
DavidsonCo,NC 
Duplin Co.,NC Duplin Co 
Salistxjry.NC Greensbon 
Chap.Hill,NC Chatham 
Mec'lbrgCo,VA Boydton,Vi 
Whitmell,VA Whitmell 
FranklinCo,VA 
Halifax Co,VA Halifax C^ 
Gui lfordCo,NC Greensbon 
Beaufort, NC Beaufort 
Patrick Co,VA 
Greensboro, NC Greensbon 
Wilkesboro.NC Wilkesbon 
DavidsonCo.NC Davidson i 
Thomasvi lleNC Thomasvi I 
Iredell Co,NC Iredell C 
Lincolnton,NC Lincolntoi 
Chap. Hi ll,NC Orange Co 
Caswell Co,NC Near Pelh 
New Bern,NC New Bern 
Fay'tvle,NC Fay'tvle 
NearRichmondVAChatham C 
NC Statesvil 

NC Johnston i 

NearWhitevi lleNC Whitev 
Granvi I leCo,NCGranvi lie 
NC Kittrell 

Iredell Co.NC Stokes Co 
Pittsboro.NC Pittsboro 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Magnolia.NC Duplin Co 
Wake CO..NC Wake Co. 
Leasburg.NC Leasburg 
Cumberland Co.NCCumberl 
Greensboro. NC Greensbon 
Clinton.NC Clinton 
Baltimore, MD 
CaldwellCo,NC Near Leno 
GuilfordCo,NC Chatham C^ 
Greensboro, NC Louisburg 
Henderson, NC Henderson 
Caswell Co,NC Caswell Ci 
Greensboro, NC Greensbon 
Greensboro, NC Wentworth 
Monroe, NC Monroe 
Chatham Co.NC Chatham d 
Morganton,NC Morganton 
DoubleShoalsNCShelby,NC 
NearLinwoodNC Near Linwi 
HalifaxCo,NC Warrenton 
RandolphCo.NC Trinity, Ni 
BrunswickCoNC Southport 
Beaufort. NC Beaufort 
Sladesville,NC Sladesvi 
ClevelandCoNC Shelby, NC 
DavidsonCo.NC Near Linwi 
Halifax Co,NC Warrenton 
RandolphCo,NC Trinity, Ni 
NC Southport 

Beaufort, NC Beaufort 
Sladesvi I le,NCSladesvi I 
Shelby, NC Shelby 
LaGrange.NC Goldsboro 
Raleigh, NC 
Kins Mtn.,NC 
RandolphCo.NC Randolph I 
Beaufort, NC Beaufort 
Enfield, NC 
Wake Co.,NC 



Wadesboro 
Kings Mtn 



Henderson 
Oak Grove 



TrinityColl.NCTrinity.NI 
Mocksville.NC Mocksvilh 



DATE & PLACE 
OF BIRTH 



JOINED 
CONFERENCE 



DATE & PLACE 
OF DEATH 



PLACE OF 
BURIAL 



S. Black 
1 B. Martin 
,:. McCall 
I A. Cuninggim 
[i B. Reeks 
h A. Hooker 
fc P. Troy 
!l. Herman 
fi J„ Holden 
r. Abernathy 

W. Avent 
ice 0. Wyche 
jje Ricaud 
IxJer R. Raven 
[an Pool 

J. Hunt 
rd J. Moorman 
m 0. Green 
m Capers Norman 
|iin R. Hall 



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Goochland Co.VA 1833 
Camden Co.,NC 1852 
Baltimore, MD 
Iredell Co.,NC 1840 
Wilmington, NC 1881 
Brunswick Co,VA 1844 
RockinghamCo,NC 1855 
Wayne Co.,NC 1832 
Moore Co.,NC 1866 
Patrick Co.VA 1863 
Near DanvilleVA 1871 
Randolph Co.,NC 1833 
Nelson Co.,VA 1836 
Williamston,NC 1838 
Granville Co,NC 1845 
Moore Co.,NC 1850 
Wayne Co.,NC 1854 
Moore Co.,NC 1867 
Lenoir Co.,NC 1870 
Cabarrus Co.,NC 1879 
Sumter Co.,SC 1869 
Richmond Co.NC 1873 
PittsylvaniaCoVA1879 
Lincoln Co.,NC 1873 
Greene Co.,NC 1850 
Davidson Co.,NC 1849 
Maryland 1837 
Anson Co.,NC 1850 
Guilford Co.,NC 1843 
Amherst Co.,VA 1821 
Portsmouth, VA 1884 
Stanly Co.,NC 1874 
Chatham Co.,NC 1836 
Yadkin Co.,NC 1860 
Camden, SC 1855 
New Bern.NC 1869 
Orange Co.,NC 1856 
Chatham Co.NC 1853 
Davidson Co.NC 1870 
Halifax Co.,NC 1846 
Sampson Co.,NC 1831 
Franklin Co.,NC 1844 
Campbell Co.,VA 1833 
Georgetown, DC 1854 
WilliamsburgCoSCl849 
Iredell Co.,NC 1884 
Oxford, NC 1885 
Washington, NC 1877 
Mt.Nebo,NC 1887 
Johnston Co,NC 1879 
Randolph Co,NC 1855 
Marlboro, SC 1852 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1857 
RockinghamCo,NC 1870 
Newark, NJ 1834 
Pickens Co.,SC 1857 
Jones Co.,NC 1829 
Stokes Co.,NC 1840 
Granville Co,NC 1856 
Burke Co.,NC 1880 
Chatham Co.,NC 1851 
Richmond Co.,NC 1885 
Washington, NC 1888 
Near Gibson, NC 1893 
Raleigh, NC 1876 
Suffolk, VA 1856 
Halifax Co.,NC 1855 
BuckinghamCo,VA 1890 
Cokesbury,SC 1855 
Henry Co.,VA 1845 
Richmond Co,NC 1891 
Greene Co.,NC 1855 
Granville Co,NC 1844 
Greene Co.,NC 1840 
Randolph Co.,NC 1883 
Catawba Co.,NC 1859 
Orange Co.,NC 1873 
Catawba Co.,NC 1881 
Chatham Co.,NC 1853 
Person Co.,NC 1882 
Baltimore, MD 1847 
Greene Co.,NC 1860 
Eliz.City.NC 1885 
Orange Co.,NC 1855 
PittsylvaniaCoVA1872 
Chatham Co.,NC 1899 
Davidson Co.,NC 1872 
FayetteviUe,NC 1875 



- Petersburg, VA 


1882 


-Raleigh, NC 


1882 


-Baltimore Conf 


1882 


-Mocksville.NC 


1883 


-Durham,NC 


1883 


-Pittsboro.NC 


1883 


-Wilmington, NC 


1883 


-Norfolk, VA 


1883 


-Fayettevilte,NC 


1883 


-Greensboro, NC 


1884 


-Charlotte, NC 


1884 


- Petersburg, VA 


1885 


-Norfolk, VA 


1885 


-Greensboro, NC 


1885 


-Washington, NC 


1885 


-Warrenton.NC 


1885 


-Pittsboro,NC 


1885 


-Wilmington,NC 


1885 


-Greensboro, NC 


1885 


-Wilson, NC 


1885 


-New Bern,NC 


1885 


-Goldsboro,NC 


1886 


-Wilson, NC 


1887 


-Goldsboro,NC 


1887 


-Warrenton,NC 


1887 


-Oxford, NC 


1887 


-Baltimore, MD 


1888 


-Wadesboro,NC 


1888 


-Halifax, VA 


1888 


-New Bern,NC 


1888 


-Wilmington, NC 


1889 


-Raleigh, NC 


1889 


-Macon, GA 


1889 


-Salisbury, NC 


1889 


-Wilmington, NC 


1889 


-New Bern,NC 


1890 


-Greensboro, NC 


1890 


-Raleigh, NC 


1890 


-Greensboro, NC 


1890 


-New Bern,NC 


1890 


-New Bern,NC 


1891 


-Pittsboro,NC 


1891 


- Petersburg, VA 


1891 


-Norfolk, VA 


1892 


- Camden, SC 


1892 


-Wilmington, NC 


1892 


-Charlotte, NC 


1893 


-Salisbury,NC 


1893 


-Fay'tvle.NC 
-Wilson.NC 


1893 


1893 


-Wilmington, NC 


1893 


-Louisburg,NC 


1894 


-Goldsboro,NC 


1894 


- Greensboro, NC 


1894 


-Charleston, SC 


1894 


-Charlotte, NC 


1895 


-Lynchburg, VA 


1895 


-Mocksville,NC 


1895 


-Greensboro, NC 


1895 


-Winston, NC 


1896 


-Salisbury,NC 


1896 


-Charlotte, NC 


1896 


-New Bern,NC 


1896 


-Wilmington, NC 


1896 


-Greensboro, NC 


1896 


-Greensboro, NC 


1896 


-Wilmington, NC 


1896 


-Lebanon, OR 


1897 


-Marion, SC 


1897 


-Washington, NC 


1897- 


-Greenville,NC 


1898 


-Wilmington, NC 


1899 


-Pittsboro,NC 


1899 


-MocksviUe,NC 


1899 


-Statesville,NC 
-Greenville,SC 


1899- 


1899- 


-Goldsboro,NC 


1899 


-Durham, NC 


1899 


-Raleigh, NC 


1900 


-Raleigh, NC 


1900 


-Norfolk, VA 


1900 


-Salisbury, NC 


1901 


-Charlotte, NC 


1901 


-Wilmington, NC 


1901- 


-Petersburg, VA 


1902 


-Washington, NC 


1902- 


-Fayetteville,NC 
-Wilmington, NC 


1902- 


1903- 



■Roxboro.NC Roxboro 
■Lenoir Co.,NC Chocowini ty,NC 
•Warren Co.,NC 
Pantego.NC Pantego 
•Wi lmington,NC Wilmington 
•Pineville,NC Raleigh, NC 
■Wadesb>oro,NC Wadesboro 
■RandolphCo,NC Randolph Co. 
Concord, NC Carthage, NC 
•Winston, NC Winston 
•Rockingham,NC Rockingham 
•Thomasvi lleNC Thomasville 
■Trinity, NC Trinity 
•Durham Co,NC Bahama, NC 
•Boone, NC Boonevi I le.NC 
•RandolphCoNC Randolph Co. 
•Halifax Co,NC Goldsboro,NC 
•Durham, NC Durham 
Chatham Co,NC Jonesboro,NC 
Kings Mtn.,NC Kings Mtn. 
•Goldsboro,NC Durham, NC 
Stanly Co.,NC Albemarle, NC 
•Rowan Co. NC Mocksvi I le,NC 
Taylorsvi I leNCPlateau,NC 
Mt. Olive, NC Faison,NC 
Fay'tvle,,NC Raleigh, NC 
Rock i nghamCoNCMadi son, NC 
Lumberton,NC Lumberton 
FranklintonNC Greensboro, NC 
Lexington,NC Lexington 
•Laurinburg,NC Laurinburg 
M i canopy, FL Mi canopy 
Chatham Co,NC Chatham Co. 
Goldsboro,NC Goldsboro 
Kings Mtn.,NC Kings Mtn. 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Chap. Hill, NC Chapel Hill 
St. Louis, MO Winston, NC 
Durham NC Durham 
Fay'tvle,NC Winston, NC 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Chatham Co,NC Near Pittsboro 
•Halifax Co,NC Halifax 
Jonesboro,NC Jonesboro 
ClevelandCoNC She I by, NC 
Hobgood,NC Hobgood 
Jones Co.,NC Trenton, NC 
Oxford, NC Oxford 
Hillsville,VA Charlotte, NC 
Lumberton, NC Lumberton 
Gibson Station, NC Rockingham 
Weldon,NC Carthage, NC 
Wilson,NC Wilson 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Charleston, SC Charleston 
Stem NC Durham, NC 
Mt.Airy,NC Mt.Airy 
Jonesboro, NC Jonesboro 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Portsmouth, NC Onslow Co.,NC 
Rockingham, NC Rockingham Co. 
RichmondCo,NC Richmond Co. 
Jacks'nvle,NC Onslow Co.,NC 
RichmondCo,NC Gibson, NC 
Durham, NC Durham 
Wilmington, NC Scott's Hill.NC 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Baltimore, MD Baltimore 
Littleton, NC Raleigh, NC 
Danville,VA Chapel Hill,NC 
Laurinburg, NC Scotland Co,NC 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Warren Co.,NC Warren Co. 
Kinston,NC Kinston 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Dunn,NC Dunn 
Snow Hill,NC Rocky Mt.,NC 
Enfield, NC Enfield 
ChalkLevel.NC Chalk Level 
Core Sound, NC Ocracoke,NC 
Durham, NC Wi lmington,NC 
Mt. Olive, NC Mt. Olive 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Greensboro, NC Burl ington.NC 
Bristol, TN 

Graham, NC Chatham Co,NC 
Wilmington, NC Lexington, NC 
Fay'tvle.NC Fay'tvle 



DATE & PLACE 
OF BIRTH 



JOINED 
CONFERENCE 



DATE & PLACE 
OF DEATH 



PLACE OF 
BURIAL 



John U. Wallace 
Lafayette Johnson 
Arthur R. Goodchi Id 
Bernice B. Culbreth 
Jesse H. Page 
Zachary T. Harrison 
Jonathan Sanford 
James M. Rice 
Joseph F. Bivens 
George A. Oglesby 
James C. Crisp 
Joseph J. Renn 
Thomas J. Gattis 
John W. Jenkins 
Louland S. Etheridge 
Henry B. Anderson 
Charles R. Taylor 
James H. M. Giles 
Edwin A. Yates 
Franklin D. Swindell 
William S. Rone 
Barna B. Holder 
Robert A. Willis 
Nathan H. Guyton 
Wi lliam S. Davis 
James E. Bristowe 
William L. Cuninggim 
Miles M. McFarland 
Franklin A. Bishop 
William H. Puckett 
Jesse J. Porter 
William A. Jenkins 
William W. Rose 
Kenneth D. Holmes 
Daniel C. Geddie 
James B. Bridgers 
Marcus C. Thomas 
John E. Thompson 
Leslie P. Howard 
John N. Cole 
John D. Pegram 
Yancey E. Wright 
James M. Ashby 
James Y. Old 
Wi lliam H. Moore 
L eon i das L. Nash 
William H. Kirton 
Edward E. Rose 
Charles E. Vale 
Clayton 0. Armstrong 
Alexander D. Betts 
Clator W. Smith 
Charles 0. Durant 
David B. Parker 
William A. Forbes 
James M. Benson 
James P. Pate 
Andrew P. Tyer 
Theodore P. Bonner 
Charles W. Robinson 
Rufus C. Craven 
Marshall A. Smith 
Thomas J. Browning 
J. Carl D. Stroud 
Thomas N. Ivey 
Henry E. Tripp 
George D. Langston 
John E. Underwood 
Milton D. Hix 
George T. Simmons 
William P. Constable 
William A. Pi land 
Virgil P. Scoville 
Robert H. Willis 
George M. Daniel 
John H. Hall 
Hi I Hard M. Eure 
George W. Fisher 
Rufus C. Beaman 
John A. Hornaday 
John J. Lewis 
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Hilary A. Humble 
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Magnolia.NC 

London, England 
Sampson Co.,NC 
Wake Co.,NC 
Rockingham, NC 
Richmond Co.,NC 
Caswell Co.,NC 
Albemarle, NC 
Alleghany Co,NC 
Caldwell Co.,NC 
Warren Co.,NC 
Orange Co.,NC 
Granville Co,NC 
Portsmouth, VA 
Davidson Co.,NC 
Seaboard, NC 
Beaufort Co,NC 
CumberlandCo,NC 
Hyde Co.,NC 
Union Co.,NC 
Sampson Co.,NC 
Wentworth,NC 
Bladen Co.,NC 
Warren Co.,NC 
NorthamptonCoNC 
Lenoir Co.,NC 
RutherfordCo,NC 
Wi lmington,NC 
Tyrrell Co.,NC 
Onslow Co.,NC 
Onslow Co.,NC 
Warren Co.,NC 
Franklin Co.,NC 
CumberlandCo,NC 
NorthamptonCoNC 
Beaufort Co.,NC 
Robeson Co.,NC 
Bells'LandingAL 
Franklinton,NC 
Harnett Co.,NC 
Richnwnd Co.,NC 
Patrick Co.,VA 
Mt.Pleasant,VA 
Edenton.NC 
Chase City.VA 
Horry Co.,SC 
Warren Co.,NC 
Birmingham.Eng. 
Columbia, NC 
Cumber I andCo,NC 
RutherfordCo,NC 
Brunswick Co.NC 
Roseboro,NC 
Danville,VA 
Hyde Co.,NC 
Wayne Co.,NC 
Columbia,TN 
Hyde Co.,NC 
Mt.Gilead,NC 
Randolph Co,NC 
Richmond Co,NC 
Bladen Co.,NC 
Chatham Co.,NC 
Marion, NC 
Bonnerton,NC 
Wayne Co.,NC 
Stanly Co.,NC 
Randolph Co,NC 
Sussex Co.,VA 
Hereford, Eng. 
NorthamptonCoNC 
Fort Valley,GA 
Warrenton,NC 
Pitt Co.,NC 
Fayetteville.NC 
Nash Co.,NC 
Catawba Co,NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC 
Randolph Co.,NC 
Beaufort Co.,NC 
Burke Co.,NC 
Randolph Co.,NC 
Devonshire, Eng. 
Greene Co.,NC 
Chatham Co.,NC 
Franklin Co.,NC 
Jackson Hill.NC 



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-Richmond,VA 
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-Durham, NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Fayetteville,NC 
-Concord, NC 
-Concord, NC 
-Cleveland, TN 
-Newberry, SC 
-New Bern,NC 
-Salisbury,NC 
-New Bern,NC 
-New Bern.NC 
-Reidsville,NC 
-Petersburg, VA 
-New Bern,NC 
-Salisbury,NC 

- Charlotte, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-New Bern,NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Wilson, NC 

-Wi lmington,NC 
-Greensboro, NC 
-Reidsville,NC 
-Greenvi lle,NC 
-Goldsboro,NC 
-Wilmington, NC 
-Greenvi lle.NC 
-Reidsville.NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Wi lmington,NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Reidsville,NC 
-Eliz.City.NC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Eliz.City,NC 
-Salisbury.NC 
-Raleigh, NC 

- Sumter, SC 
-Greenvi I le,NC 
-New Bern.NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Greensboro, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Eliz.City,NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Goldsboro,NC 
-Salisbury,NC 

- Charlotte, NC 
-Reidsvi lle.NC 
-Winston-SalemNC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Salisbury.NC 
-Goldsboro.NC 
-Reidsville,NC 
-Goldsboro.NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-New Bern,NC 
-Fayettevi lle,NC 
-Eliz.City,NC 
-Brunswiclc,GA 
-Kinston,NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Reidsvi I le,NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Salisbury, NC 
-Wi Imington.NC 
-Eliz.City,NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Eliz.City,NC 
-Charlotte, NC 
-Goldsboro,NC 
-Wilson, NC 

-New Bern.NC 
-Reidsvi lle.NC 



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Henderson 
Rockingham 



-NY City 

-Cary,NC 

- Henderson, NC 

-Roberdel.NC 

-Siler City,NC Lumberton, 

-Burlington,NC Caswell Co. 

-Durham, NC Albemarle, ► 

-Troy,NC Concord, NC 

-S.Washington,NCCharlotte, 

-Wilson, NC Durham, NC 

-Charlotte, NC Charlotte 

-Raleigh, NC 



Kinston.NC 
Norfolk, VA 
-Fremont,NC 
Winfall,NC 
Durham, NC 
Beaufort, NC 
RichnK)nd,VA 
Dunn NC 
-Littleton, NC 
Bladen Co.,NC ColunbusCo; 
Warrenton,NC Viarrenton 
Washington,NC Washington 
-Raleigh, NC Nashville,! 
Mebane,NC Burlington, 
Wi lmington,NC Wilmington 
-Smithfield,NC Smithfield 
-Wi lmington,NC Wilmington 
Bailey.NC 



Raleigh 

Laurinburg, 

Norfolk 

Greenvi I le( 

Washington, 

Durham 

New Bern,N( 

Mecklenburc 

Dunn 

Eliz.City.f 



Town Creek, 
FranklintonNC Pittsboro.f 
Sanford, NC 



Frankun Cc 
Rose Hill,» 
Northamptor 
Leasburg 
Fay'tvle 
Durham, NC 
Durham, NC 
Jonesboro 
Farmvi lie 



Ht.Airy.NC 
Eliz.City 



Raleigh, NC 
Bath,NC 
Leasburg, NC 
Fay'tvle, NC 
NY State 
Charlotte, NC 
Jonesboro, NC 
Farmvi I le,NC 
Elm City,NC 
Snowden,NC 

Rockingham,NC Rockingham 
Hamlet, NC Raleigh, NC 
Loris,SC Loris 
Durham, NC Durham 
Hallsboro,NC Trenton, NC 
StantonsburgNCWi Ison.NC 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Whiteville,NC Whiteville 
Snow Hill.NC Snow Hill 
Hamlet, NC Hamlet 
Buie'sCreekNC Pender Co,( 
Nashville,NC Nashville 
Richmond,VA Wayne Co,N( 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Hickory,NC Hickory 
Clayton, NC Raleigh, NC 
Oxford. NC Dunn.NC 
Morganton.NC Cary.NC 
SpringGlennFL Spring Glei 
Garner, NC Chatham Co 
Nashville, TN Raleigh, NC 



Clinton,NC 
Durham, NC 
Raleigh. NC 
Durham, NC 
Richmond,VA 
Durham, NC 
Stedman,NC 



Trenton, NC 

Durham 

Goldsboro.t; 

Durham I 

Richmond 

Durham { 

Goldsboro.k 



-Greenvi lie, NC Greenville^ 
-Fay'tvle, NC Eliz.City,^ 
-Red SpringsNC Graham, NC < 
-Eliz.City,NC Eliz.City,! 
-Norlina,NC Red Spring; 
-Garner, NC Zebulon,NC 
-Tarboro,NC Goldsboro,! 
-Maxton.NC Maxton 
-Grimesland,NC Washington,! 
-Reidsvi I le,NC Reidsvi lle^ 
-Wi Imington.NC Fay'tvle. Ni- 
-White Oak.NC Stedman.NO 
-Phi ladelphia.PA Durham, M( 
-Oil Ion, SC Dillon,SC.) 
-New Bern,NC Morehead Cj 
-Littleton, NC Lexington,!; 



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Beaufort, NC 1892- 
Scotland Co.,NC 1879- 
Howardsville.NC 1897- 
Chatham Co.,NC 1885- 
Salisbury.NC 1878- 
Sampson Co.,NC 1903- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1890- 
Warrenton.NC 1895- 
Warren Co.,NC 1905- 
Kinston.NC 1882- 
Newton Grove, NC 1924- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1877- 
Wake Co., NC 1894 
Stanly Co.,NC 1888 
Chatham Co.,NC 1901- 
Salislxjry,NC 1879 
York Co.,SC 1880- 
Marlboro Co.,SC 1883 
MontgomeryCo,NC 1894 
Mont9omeryCo,NC 1905 
Orange Co.,NC 1878 
CottageGrove,TN 1923 
Alamance Co.,NC 1891- 
Cleveland Co,NC 1899 
Cleveland Co.NC 1925' 
Cleveland Co.NC 1882 
Greensboro, NC 1871 
Randolph Co.NC 1912 
Eliz.City,NC 1883 
Moore Co.,NC 1896 
Chatham Co.,NC 1892 
Alamance Co.,NC 1883 
HollySprings,NC 1915 
Leasburg.NC 1904 
Buncombe Co.,NC 1903 
Rodanthe,NC 1912 
Randolph Co.,NC 1883 
Wayne Co.,NC 1890 
Brunswick Co,NC 1884 
Lenoir Co.,NC 1911 
Union Co.,NC 1889 
Lenoir Co.,NC 1889 
Franklin,WV 1922 
Wayne Co.,NC 1916 
Greene Co.,NC 1898 
Milton,NC 1888 
Scioto Co., OH 1906 
Sampson Co.,NC 1892 
Sumierville,SC 1894 
Marlowe, NC 1917 
Jackson, NC 1894 
Moore Co.,NC 1892 
Schley Co.,GA 1910 
Avon,NC 1904 
Albemarle, NC 1910 
Hertford Co.,NC 1889 
Glasgow, MO 1880 
Fayetteville.NC 1892 
Randolph Co.,NC 1890 
Chatham Co.,NC 1887 
Caldwell Co.NC 1883 
Gibson,NC 1912 
Laurel Hill.NC 1905 
Craven Co.,NC 1899 
Sanpson Co.,NC 1893 
Stanly Co.,NC 1887 
Stantonsburg,NC 1937 
MontgomeryCo,NC 1894 
Granville Co.NC 1905 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1883 
Greensboro, NC 1890 
Vance Co..NC 1874 
Robeson Co.,NC 1885 
Moore Co.,NC 1883 
Johnston Co.,NC 1875 
CumberlandCo,NC 1898 
Dillon Co.,SC 1887 
Wake Co.,NC 1902 
Duplin Co.,NC 1896 
Union Co.,NC 1899 
Cumber I andCo,NC 1909 
Randolph Co.,NC 1922 
Thompson, GA 1903 
StowfordHill,Eng1906 
Scotland Co.,NC 1922 
Chatham Co.,NC 1912 
Converse. SC 1927 
Cumberland, NC 1914 



■Goldsboro,NC 
■Wilson, NC 
■Raleigh, NC 
■Charlotte, NC 
■Charlotte, NC 
■Goldsboro.NC 
■Wilson, NC 
■Eliz.City,NC 
■Wilson.NC 
■Raleigh, NC 
■Wi lmington,NC 
■Salisbury.NC 
■Durham, NC 
■New Bern,NC 
■Fayetteville,NC 
■Wilson, NC 
•Winston, NC 
■Statesville,NC 
■Durham, NC 
■Wilson, NC 
■ Charlotte, NC 
•Greenvi lie, MS 
•Greenville,NC 
■Washington.NC 
-Fayetteville.NC 
■Raleigh, NC 
■Charlotte, NC 
■Fayetteville,NC 
■Statesville,NC 
■Kinston,NC 
■Goldsboro,NC 
-Statesville.NC 
-Reidsville.NC 

- Henderson, NC 
-Goldsboro.NC 
-Fayetteville,NC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Wi lmington,NC 
-Kinston,NC 
-Greensboro, NC 
-Greensboro, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Eliz.City.NC 
-New Bern.NC 
-Rocky Mt.,NC 
-Goldsboro.NC 

- Laurens, SC 
-Greenvi I le,NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Goldsboro.NC 
-Winston, GA 

- Henderson, NC 
-Eliz.City.NC 
-Greensboro, NC 
-Marshal I, MO 
-Goldsboro,NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Fayetteville,NC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Fayetteville,NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Oakland, CA 
-Wi Imington.NC 
-Fayetteville.NC 
-Raleigh. NC 
-Durham, NC 
-Wilson, NC 
-Statesville,NC 
-Wilson.NC 
-Raleigh, NC 

- Charlotte, NC 
-Statesville.NC 
-Wi Imington.NC 
-Eliz.City.NC 
-Fayetteville.NC 
-Wilmington, NC 
-Kinston.NC 
-Concord, NC 
-Raleigh, NC 

- Henderson, NC 
-Sandersville,GA 
-Sask., Canada 
-Raleigh, NC 

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LaurelHillNC 
Lumberton,NC 
Princeton, NC 
Durham, NC 
FranklintonNC 
RandolphCoNC 
Raleigh.NC 
Rockingham,NC 
Rockingham,NC 
Durham NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Wilmington,NC 
Durham, NC 
Durham, NC 
Edenton,NC 
Fay'tvle.NC 
Sanford.NC 
Burlington.NC 
Lexington, NC 
Clinton, NC 
Durham, NC 
Raleigh.NC 
Rocky Mt..NC 
Shelby. NC 
LosAngeles.CA 
Durham, NC 
Greensboro, NC 
Norlina.NC 
Salistxjry,NC 
Deland.FL 
Fay'tvle.NC 
TimberlaKe,NC 
Clinton,NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC 
Oxford, NC 
Durham, NC 
Wilmington, NC 
Roxboro.NC 
Ayden,NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC 
Norfolk, VA 
Wayne Co.,NC 
Greenvi I le,NC 
Ahoskie,NC 
Durham, NC 
Fay'tvle,NC 
Columbia, SC 
Durham, NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Americus,GA 
Avon.NC 
Fairmont,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Laurinburg,NC 
Wilmington,NC 
Durham, NC 
Jonesboro,NC 
Spencer, NC 
McColl,SC 
Jackson, NC 
Newport, NC 
Durham, NC 
Rutherford Col 
W.HillsboroNC 
Greenvi lle,NC 
Washington,NC 
Greensboro, NC 

Danville,VA 
High Point, NC 
Oxford, NC 
Bartow, FL 
Sanford,NC 

Marston,NC 
Sanford.NC 



Farmvi lie 
Gibson,NC 
Durham, NC 
Smithfield,NC 
Durham 
Jonesboro,NC 
Randolph Co. 
Warrenton,NC 
Warrenton,NC 
Rockingham 
Durham 
Greensboro 
Raleigh 
Wilmington 
Durham 
Goldsboro,NC 
Laurinburg,NC 
Laurinburg,NC 
Weldon,NC 
Burlington 
Lexington 
Clinton 
Durham 

Laurinburg.NC 
Hickory.NC 
Shelby 
Los Angeles 
Burlington,NC 
Catawba, NC 
Mt.Gilead.NC 
Salisbury 
Deland 

Holly Springs 
LeasExjrg.NC 
Clinton 
Norlina.NC 
Oxford 
Zebulon.NC 
Town Creek, NC 
Durham, NC 
Washington,NC 
Greene Co.,NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC 
Mt. olive, NC 
Greenville 
Ahoskie 
Haywood Co.,NC 
Fay'tvle 
Manning, SC 
Harlowe,NC 
Littleton, NC 
Raleigh 
Americus 
Avon 
Fairmont 
Raleigh 
Laurinburg 
Wilmington 
Randolph Co,NC 
Jonesboro 
Smithfield,NC 
Durham, NC 
Goldsboro,NC 
Lenoir Co.,NC 
Durham 

. l,NC Norwood, NC 
Eureka, NC 
Greenvi lie 
NashviUe,NC 
Lexington, NC 

Fay'tvle, NC 

Oxford 
Littleton, NC 
Goldsboro,NC 
Raleigh,NC 
Garner, NC 
Sanford 



Wri'tsvleBchNCCharlotte,NC 
Star,NC Wadesboro,NC 
Mebane.NC Burlington,NC 
Norfolk, VA Raleigh, NC 
BrunswickCoNC Berlin,NH 
Durham, NC Gibson.NC 
Greenvi I le,NC Raleigh, NC 
We I don, NC We I don 
Pinetops,NC Pinetops 



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BURIAL 



Euclid Harvey McWhorter 1869- 

Neil I Beckwith Johnson 1887- 

David Roscoe Williams 1868- 

Thurman Gomez Vickers 1887- 

Ernest Golden Overton 1900- 

John Watson Autry 1872- 

James Gabriel Johnson 1861- 

William Floyd Trawick 1886- 

James Adolpnus Dai ley 1868- 
Cornelius Blackman Culbreth 1876- 

Edwin C. Glenn 1858- 

Rufus Rhodes Grant 1871- 

William Towe 1865- 

Whitford Frank Walters 1887- 

Loy Vernon Harris 1899- 

Thomas Stanley Coble 1875- 

Creasy Kinion Proctor 1889- 

Eli Baxter Craven 1875- 

Charlie Lafayette Spencer 1879- 

James Townsend Stanford 1871- 

Samuel F. Nicks 1874- 

Charles Lewis Read 1869- 

Benson H. Black 1873- 

George Lee Reynolds 1873- 

John Frazier Starnes 1877- 

Jacob Holt McCracken 1863- 

Walter Patten 1880- 

Wesley Frank Craven 1858- 

Oded I. Hinson 1874- 

Milton Franklin Hodges 1879- 

John Cephas Williams 1882- 

Arnold Chester Thipmpson 1896- 

Charles Nelson Phillips 1875- 

John Henry Shore 1865- 

John Robert Edwards 1889- 

Luther Burgess Bridgers 1884- 

John Compton Humble 1872- 

Norman C. Yearby 1872- 

Jesse David Bundy 1859- 

James Carson Whedbee 1878- 

Junius Arthur Martin 1882- 

James Marvin Culbreth 1880- 

Frank Helton Joyner 1901- 

John William Potter 1852- 

Horation S. B. Thompson 1868- 

Benjamin Herriot Houston 1890- 

James G. Phillips 1900- 

Lloyd Baum Jones 1878- 

William Joseph Watson 1875- 

Cicero Harris Caviness 1870- 

Jesse Lee Cuninggim 1870- 

Thomas Edward Davis 1864- 

Guy Hamilton 1891- 

R. Ernest Atkinson 1869- 

Elijah L. Stack 1872- 

Conder Parson Jerome 1857- 

John Wesley Harrell 1870- 

Neill Malloy McDonald 1876- 

Charles A. Jones 1869- 

James Williams Sneeden 1876- 

Samuel Arthur Maxwell 1897- 

Robert Edgar Brown 1894- 
Benjamin Portivant Robinson 1880- 

Louis Thompson Singleton 1877- 

Thomas McMillan Grant 1886- 

Harley Archie Chester 1900 

William Cecil Jones 1879- 

Jesse Franklin Usrey 1862 

Edward Hill Davis 1860 

Marvin Earl Tyson 1901 

Louis Edward Sawyer 1872 

Marion Timothy Plyler 1867 

Lemon Harvey Joyner 1863 

Jesse Marvin Ormond 1878 

Frederick Arthur Lupton 1882 

Seymour Esmond Mercer 1906 

Jesse Thomas Draper 1865 

Orren W. Dowd 1875 

Harry Cleveland Smith 1986 

William Alexander Parsono 1872 

James Marvin Joliff 1879 

Ethelbert L. Hill 1887 

John Wesley Frank 1871 

William Richard Royal I 1873 

Edgar Wilson Downum 1885 

Cecil Bryon Harris 1909 

Preston DeWitt Woodall 1872 
Robert Grandison L. Edwards 1890 



Gaylesville.AL 1891- 
Johnston Co,NC 1918- 
Orange Co.,NC 1910- 
Durham Co.,NC 1908- 
Aurora.NC 1924- 
Cumberland.NC 1906- 
Wayne Co.,NC 1886- 
Hoke Co.,NC 1913- 
Alamance Co.NC 1897- 
CumberlandCo.NC 1908- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1888- 
NorthamptonCoNC 1899- 
Eliz.City,NC 1901- 
Beaufort Co.,NC 1925- 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1924- 
Chatham Co.,NC 1907- 
Durham Co.,NC 1913- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1905- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1906- 
Mt.Tirzah.NC 1899- 
Orange Co.,NC 1903- 
Palmer Sprgs.VA 1898- 
Monroe.NC 1897- 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1901- 
Buncombe Co.,NC 1907- 
Orange Co.,NC 1897- 
Bridgeville,DE 1909- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1893- 
Monroe.NC 1906- 
Robeson Co.,NC 1915- 
RockinghamCo.NC 1917- 
Durham,NC 1931- 
Princeton.NC 1915- 
Forsythe Co.,NC 1888- 
Chatham Co.,NC 1917- 
Margaret'vle,NC 1908- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1897- 
Raleigh.NC 1900- 
Marlboro Co.,SC 1891- 
PerquimansCo,NC 1906- 
Bellefield,VA 1908- 
Raleigh.NC 1901- 
Spring Hope.NC 1926- 
Bladen Co.,NC 1896- 
Alamance Co.,NC 1893- 
Brunswick.GA 1920- 
Texas Co., MO 1921- 
Camden Co.,NC 1905- 
Poquoson.VA 1908- 
Randolph Co.,NC 1899- 
Lenoirlnstit.NC 1895- 
Wicomico Co.,MD 1888- 
Atlantic.NC 1915- 
AL 1902- 

Guilford Co.,NC 1909- 
MecklenburgCoNC 1884- 
Nansemond Co.VA 1920- 
Robeson Co.,NC 1903- 
Moore Co.,NC 1903- 
NewHanoverCo.NC 1925- 
Duplin Co.,NC 1932- 
Coleman.TX 1924- 
CumberlandCo.NC 1905- 
Roper.NC 1906- 
Wilmington.NC 1909- 
ConnelTySprngsNCl925- 
Kings Mtn.,NC 1906- 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1912- 
Louisburg.NC 1886- 
Greene Co.,NC 1943- 
Hyde Co.,NC 1903- 
Iredell Co.,NC 1872- 
Franklin Co.,NC 1892- 
Greene Co.,NC 1910- 
Pamlico Co.,NC 1913- 
Red Springs, NC 1927- 
NorthamptonCoNC 1891- 
Goldston,NC 1906- 
Cleveland Co,NC 1912- 
MontgomeryCo.NC 1889- 
PerquimansCo,NC 1923- 
Newport,NC 1914- 
Davidson Co.,NC 1897- 
Clinton.NC 1903- 
Harmony,NC 1922- 
Cedar Island, NC 1940- 
Johnston Co.,NC 1899- 
Hookerton.NC 1911- 



N. AL Conf. 1944- 

Goldsboro,NC 1944- 
Meth.Prot.Church1944- 

Durham, NC 1944- 

Wilmington,NC 1944- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1944- 

Reidsville,NC 1945- 

Oxford.NC 1945- 

Raleigh.NC 1945- 

Durham,NC 1946- 

New Bern,NC 1946- 

Washington.NC 1946- 

Fayetteville.NC 1946- 

Fayetteville.NC 1946- 

Wilmington,NC 1946- 

New Bern,NC 1946- 

0xford,NC 1946- 

Wilson,NC 1946- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1946- 

Washington, NC 1946- 

Goldsboro,NC 1946- 

Eliz.City,NC 1946- 

Raleigh,NC 1946- 

Henderson, NC 1946- 

New Bern,NC 1946- 

Raleigh,NC 1946- 

Rale)gh,NC 1947- 

Wilmington,NC 1947- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1947- 

Wilmington,NC 1947- 

Greenville,NC 1947- 

Greenville,NC 1947- 

Wilmington.NC 1947- 

New Bern,NC 1948- 

Greenville.NC 1948- 

Durham.NC 1948- 

Raleigh, NC 1948- 

New Bern.NC 1948- 

Greenville,NC 1948- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1948- 

Durham,NC 1949- 

Fayetteville.NC 1949- 

Durham,NC 1949- 

Kinston,NC 1949- 

Wilmington.NC 1949- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1950- 

Hannibal,MO 1950- 

Wilson, NC 1950- 

Durham,NC 1950- 

Concord,NC 1950- 

Eliz.City,NC 1950- 

NY Conf.,MPC 1951- 

WNC Conf. 1951- 

Wilmington,NC 1951- 

Raleigh.NC 1951- 

Wilmington, NC 1951- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1951- 

Sandersville.GA 1952- 

Goldsboro.NC 1952- 

Fayetteville,NC 1952- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1952- 

Wilmington, NC 1952- 

Wilson,NC 1952- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1952- 

Raleigh, NC 1952- 

Fayetteville,NC 1953- 

Mt.Airy.NC 1953- 

Fayetteville,NC 1953- 

Reidsville,NC 1953- 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1953- 

Goldsboro.NC 1953- 

Fayetteville,NC 1954- 

Goldsboro,NC 1954- 

Eliz.City,NC 1954- 

Oxford.NC 1954- 

Raleigh, NC 1954- 

Greenville,NC 1954- 

DeerCrk.LodgeMT 1955- 

Fayetteville,NC 1956- 

Meth.Ep.Ch.,GA 1956- 

Eliz.City,NC 1956 

Washington, NC 1956 
Meth.Prot.Churchl956 

Goldsboro,NC 1957 

Raleigh, NC 1957- 

Wilmington, NC 1957 

Washington, NC 1957- 

Kinston,NC 1957 



Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Raleigh, NC Garner, NC 
Graham, NC Burlington 
Yuma,A2 Raleigh, NC 
England England 
Wilmington, NC Fayettevil 
Laurinburg,NC Laurinburg 
Fay'tvle.NC Raeford,NC 
Durham, NC Burlington 

Dunn,NC 
Greensboro, NC Greensboro 
Columbia, NC Fairfield, 
Rocky Mt.,NC Rocky Mt. 
Pikeville,NC Goldsboro, 
Mt.Gilead,NC Mt.Gilead 
Durham, NC 
Oxford.NC 

Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC 
Asheboro,NC Durham, NC 
ScotlandNeckNCNorthamptc 
Hillsboro,NC Hillsboro 
Durham, NC 

Durham, NC Durham 
High Point, NC High Poin: 
Durham, NC Durham 
Durham, NC Durham 
Louisburg,NC Chap. Hill, 
Durham, NC Durham 
Durham, NC Durham 
Charlotte, NC Laurinburg 
Fremont, NC Rockinghair 
Kecoughtan,VA Durham, NC 
Wi lmington,NC Wilmington 
Person Co.,NC Person Co. 
RoanokeRapidsNCSi lerCity 
Atlanta, GA Gainesvill 
Cambridge, MD Chatham Cc 
Smithfield,NC Smithfielc 
Fay'tvle,NC Laurinburg 
Sumter, SC Sumter 
Whiteville,NC Whiteville 
Nashville,TN Clarksvill 
Siler City.NC Siler City 
Wi Imington.NC Wilmington 
Seagrove,NC Asheboro.K 
Weldon.NC Smithfielc 
Durham, NC Durham 
Rocky Mt.,NC Rocky Mt. 
Raleigh, NC York Co.,\ 
Siler City,NC Chatham Cc 
Nashville,TN Nashville, 
Richmond,VA Richmond 
Atlantic, NC Atlantic ' 
Richmond,VA Richmond 
Chanlotte.NC 
ThomasvilleNC Raleigh, NC 
CA 

Whiteville,NC Cumbenlanc 
FuquaySpnngsNCFuquay Spf 
Wi lmington,NC Wilmingtor 
Smithfield,NC Smithfielc 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Raefond,NC Raefond 
Belhaven,NC Dunham, NC 
Rocky Mt.,NC Rocky Mt. 
Bunlington,NC Alamance ( 
Gneensbono,NC 
Wi lmington,NC Evengneen 
FnanklinCo,NC Louistxirg 
Cannboro.NC FanmviUe 
Ransomvi lleNC Washingtoi 
Dunham, NC Dunham 
Sanfond,NC Sanfond 
Dunham, NC Dunham 
Gneensbono,NC Gnaham,NC 
Zebulon,NC Stantonsbi 
Wannenton,NC Wannenton 
Raleigh, NC Roxbono,N 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh 
Pinebluff,NC Pinebluff 
Gatesville,NC Penquiman i 
Mt. Olive, NC Mt. Olive 
Eliz.City.NC Eliz.City 
Hend'nsnvle,NC Hend'rsn 
Beaufont,NC Beaufont 
Biscoe,NC Atlantic, , 
Dunham, NC 
Hazelhunst 



Wilmingto] 
,GA Raleigh, N' 



DATE & PLACE 
OF BIRTH 



JOINED 
CONFERENCE 



DATE & PLACE 
OF DEATH 



PLACE OF 
BURIAL 



Lane, Jr. 


1888- 


Bradley Strickland 


1878- 


n Carlisle Walton, Jr 


1918- 


n Franklin Boone 


1889- 


Glenn Cuthrell 


1908- 


Saunders Massey 


1865- 


d Zenos Newton 


1893- 


Bradbury Starling 


1872- 


i Floyd Munns 


1887- 


n Mclnnis Wi lliams 


1881- 


i Braxton Porter 


1887- 


Gales Cowan, Sr. 


1886- 


5 Burrington Long 


1903- 


5 Franklin Culbreth 


1887- 


iderson Johnson, Jr. 


1918- 


Sidney Barnes 


1873- 


Jilliam Bradley 


1871- 


light Couch 


1906- 


n Lawrence Loy 


1889- 


Lindsay Hendricks 
n Lemuel Clegg 


1885- 


1902- 


lilton Hall 


1872- 


jncan Asbury Autry 


1905- 


curman Herbert 


1895- 


Hoyle, Sr. 


1868- 


:. Ewing 


1874- 


L. Hethcox 


1884- 


n E. Pickett 


1931- 


Melton 


1890- 


W. Lee 


1878- 


E. Garland 


1900- 


B. Baun 


1897- 


C. Kinlaw 


1911- 


Cranford 


1893- 


C. Henderson 


1896- 


i C. Dunn 


1902- 


Crawford, Sr. 


1898- 


Jarvis Hobbs 


1892- 


Poole 


1891- 


3. Stephenson 


1901- 


idward Lance 


1873- 


Formy Duval 


188A- 


S Robert Olson 


1893- 


Samuel Bryan 


1929- 


Paul Bartak 


1887- 


s T. Thrift 


1879- 


.afayette Hillman 
n Albert Cade 


1890- 


1887- 


Leamon Parrish 


1901- 


, L. Dicks 


1906- 


in Swindell Love 


1884- 


Jascum Noblitt 


1869- 


n Franklin Elliott 


1873- 


Cleveland Benson 


1888- 


Leroy Jones 


1901- 


Gaston Farrar 


1889- 


i Orval Fletcher 


1882- 


|i D. Caviness 


1919- 


'id Dodd 


1884- 


liter Dirmette 


1884- 


i W. Guthrie 


1888- 


!\ Henry Brown 


1874- 


1 C. Martin 


1882- 


:. Fraser 


1885- 


i L. Hale 


1927- 


j Young Self 


1881- 


loshua Boone 


1881- 


, Wallace Bradshaw 


1900- 


lalton Nelson 


1889- 


1 James Underwood 


1880- 


son Maness 


1891- 


i Elmer Howard 


1895- 


1 Taylor Phipps 
ershaw King 


1881 


1891 


iin Brandenburg 


1893 


ii Maness 


1905 


Edwards 


1905 


E L. Chaplin 


1896 


> . Glass 


1882 


Tharpe 


1886 


El L. Smith 


1876 


E . El kins 


1908 


k . Berry 


1924 


CO. Gardner, Sr. 


1905 


c anaka 


1890 


e,. Lewis 


1912 


1. Fowlkes, Jr. 
k. Clegg 


1928 


1891 



New Bern,NC 1913- 

Johnston Co.,NC 1911- 

Memphis.TN 1949- 

NorthamptonCoNC 1916- 

Aurora.NC 1944- 

Durham,NC 1891- 

Midland City.AL 1927- 

Wayne Co.,NC 1898- 

Holly Sprngs.NC 1914- 

Randolph Co.,NC 1916- 

Gates Co.,NC 1913- 

Iredell Co.,NC 1921- 

Person Co.,NC 1934- 

CumberlandCo.NC 1909- 

Henderson.NC 1944- 

Wayne Co.,NC 1896- 

McDowell Co.,NC 1899- 

Toms Creek, VA 1943- 

Snow Camp.NC 1916- 

Cartersville,GA 1911- 

Cleveland Co,NC 1924- 

Fairmont,WV 1918- 

Goodwin,NC 1940- 

Florence, SC 1928- 

Cleveland Co,NC 1903- 

MontgomeryCo,NC 1905- 

MecklenburgCoNC 1916- 

Durham Co.,NC 1957- 

RutherfordCo,NC 1927- 

Gates Co.,NC 1912- 

Nashua.NH 1928- 
P r i ncessAnneCoVA 1 927- 

Robeson Co.,NC 1942- 

Davidson Co.,NC 1925- 

BessemerCity.NC 1925- 

MecklenburgCoNC 1934- 

Amherst Co.,NC 1926- 

Hertford.NC 1920- 

Burke Co.,NC 1915- 

JamesCityCo,VA 1945- 

Buncombe Co.,NC 1907- 

Brunswick Co,NC 1909- 
Chicago.IL 

Henderson, NC 1963- 
Bohemia,Czechos.1922- 

Oldhams,VA 1905- 

Neshoba Co, MS 1918- 

Kipling, NC 1913- 

Kenly.NC 1937- 

Stillwater, OK 1941- 

Union Co.,NC 1907- 

Iredell Co.,NC 1904- 

Iredell Co.,NC 1900- 

Bladen Co.,NC 1915- 

Marietta, WV 1930- 

Apex.NC 1919- 

Nicklesville,VA 1911- 

Reidsville,NC 1942- 

Clayton, NC 1912- 

Wilkes Co.,NC 1918 

Carteret Co.,NC 1918 

Louisburg.NC 1902 

NorthamptonCoNC 1907 

Rochester, NY 1917 

Vansant,VA 1945 

Lincoln Co.,NC 1908 

NorthamptonCoNC 1907 

Norfolk. VA 1935 

Jacksonville,NC 1936 

Roseboro,NC 1925 

Robbins,NC 1917 

Denver, NC 1940 

Towson,MD 1907 

Wilmington, NC 1919 

St. Matthews, SC 1927 

Asheville,NC 1930 

Durham.NC 1930 

■Columbia, NC 1940 

•Caswell Co.,NC 1914 

Iredell Co.,NC 1911 

■Concord, NC 1916 

■Normandy, TN 1934 

■Oxford, NC 1959 

■Tampa, FL 1931 

■Hokkaido, Japan 1924 

•Marshal Iberg.NC 1932 

■Bluefield.WV 1948 

■Chatham Co.NC 1919 



Oxford, NC 1957- 

Kinston.NC 1958- 

Sanford.NC 1959- 

Durham.NC 1959- 

Raleigh, NC 1959 

Greenville,NC 1959- 

Meth.Ep. Church 1959- 

Eliz.City,NC 1959 

Washington, NC 1959 

Winston-SalemNC 1959 

Oxford, NC 1960 

Burlington, NC 1960 

Washington,NC 1960 

Raleigh, NC 1960 

Raleigh, NC I960' 

Kinston,NC 1961 

WNC Conf. 1961 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1961 

Durham.NC 1961 

Augusta, GA 1961 

Wilmington,NC 1961 

Goldsboro,NC 1961 

Wilmington, NC 1961 

Wilson, NC 1962 

Goldsboro,NC 1962 

Macon, GA 1962 

Greensboro, NC 1962 

New Bern.NC 1963 

WNC Conf. 1963 

Fayetteville,NC 1963 

Worcester, MA 1963 

Raleigh, NC 1963 

Wilson.NC 1963 

Greensboro, NC 1963 

High Point, NC 1963 

Washington, NC 1963 

Richmond.KY 1963 

Rocky Mt.,NC 1963 

Wilmington, NC 1963 

Goldsboro,NC 1963 

New Bern.NC 1964 

Raleigh, NC 1964 

1964 

Greenville,NC 1964 

Prague, Czechos. 1964 

Danville.VA 1964 

Atlanta. GA 1964 

Oxford. NC 1964 

Raleigh. NC 1965 

Dal lax. TX 1965 

New Bern.NC 1965 

Charlotte, NC 1965 

Greensboro, NC 1965 

Wilmington, NC 1965 

Parkersburg,WV 1965 

Wilson.NC 1966 

Maryville.TN 1966 

Wilson.NC 1966 

Fayetteville.NC 1966 

Goldsboro,NC 1966 
BlueRidgeAtantic1966 

Wilmington. NC 1966 

■New Bern.NC 1867 

1966 

Holston 1967 

■Asheville.NC 1967 

■New Bern.NC 1967 

■Greenville,NC 1967 

New Bern.NC 1967 

■Fayetteville.NC 1968 

■Greenville.NC 1968 

■Wilmington. NC 1968 

■Brunswick. GA 1968 

■Wilson.NC 1968 

■Raleigh, NC 1968 

■Charleston, WV 1968 

■Greensboro, NC 1968 

•Wilmington, NC 1968 

•Washington, NC 1968 

•Rowland. NC 1969 

-Gastonia.NC 1969 

•Bluefield.WV 1969 

■LakeJunaluskaNC 1969 

-Lynchburg 1969 

Kobe, Japan 1969 

Blue Ridge 1969 

Charleston, WV 1969 

Wilson.NC 1970 



LakeJunaluska Waynesvi lle.NC 



Durham.NC 
NY, NY 

Fairmont.NC 
Maxton.NC 
Durham.NC 



Johnston Co.NC 

Raleigh.NC 

Fairmont 

Maxton 

Durham 



Burlington.NC Burlington 
Kenly.NC Fremont. NC 



Raleigh.NC 

Butner.NC 

Durham, NC 

Durham, NC 

Parkton.NC 

Cumber I andCo 

Durham.NC 

Raleigh.NC 

Raleigh.NC 

Goldsboro,NC 

Rowland, NC 

Tarboro,NC 

Durham, NC 

Raleigh, NC 

Hamlet, NC 

Chap. Hill, NC 

Durham, NC 

Rockingham. NC Durham.NC 

Smithfield.NC Clayton. NC 

New Bern.NC Durham.NC 

Clinton.NC 

Durham.NC 

Ellerbe.NC 

Rocky Mt..NC 



Raleigh 

Orange Co..NC 

Durham 

Seagrove.NC 

Kinston.NC 

Fay'tvle.NC 

Holly Sprngs.NC 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

Alamance Co. 

Tarboro 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Fay'tvle.NC 

Chapel Hill 

Durham 



Raleigh.NC 

Durham 

Ellerbe 

Whi takers, NC 



Rockingham, NC Lumberton,NC 



Durham.NC 

Raleigh.NC 

Fay'tvle.NC 

Danville.VA 

Raleigh.NC 

Durham.NC 

Gaston. NC 



Denton, NC 

Concord, NC 

Person Co.NC 

Lynchtxjrg.VA 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Aulander.NC 



Waynesvi lleNC Buncombe Co.NC 
Durham.NC Durham 



Manteo.NC 

Chap. Hill. NC 

Americus.GA 

Durham.NC 

Durham NC 

Raleigh.NC 

Durham.NC 

Orlando. FL 

Durham.NC 

Marion, NC 

Charlotte, NC 

Clinton,NC 

Fay'tvle.NC 

Raleigh. 



Mann'sHarbor.NC 

Ahoskie.NC 

Shiner.TX 

Durham 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Wi Imington.NC 

Orlando 

Raleigh.NC 

Marion 

High Point. NC 

Wilrr 



,NC 



mington.NC 
Fay'tvle 
Raleigh 
Washington.NC Washington 
Ayden.NC Siler City.NC 
Fuquay-Varina.NC Fuquay-Varina 
Raleigh.NC Greensboro. NC 
"■ ■ "■ ■■" Wanchese.NC 
West End.NC 
Raleigh.NC 
Arlington, VA 
Richlands,NC 
Littleton 
Durham 
Wilson 
Princeton, NJ 



-Eliz.City,NC 
Durham.NC 
Clayton, NC 
- Pomona , CA 
-Roxboro,NC 
-Littleton.NC 
Durham.NC 
Wilson, NC 
NY. NY 



Siler City.NC Bonlee.NC 
FuquaySprngsNCRobbi ns . NC 
Goldsboro, NC Goldsboro 
Pittsboro,NC Pittsboro 
Durham.NC Raleigh.NC 
-Pinehurst.NC Richmond Co.NC 
RoanokeRapidsNCDurham.NC 
Biscoe.NC Durham, NC 
Goldsboro. NC Mt. Olive. NC 



Washington.NC 
Flay.NC 

Hillsborough.NC 
Raeford.NC 



-Kinston.NC 
Raleigh.NC 
Durham.NC 
Pinehurst.NC 
Greenville.NC Durham.NC 
Holly Hill.SC Holly Hill 
Durham.NC Durham 
Marshal Iberg Marshal Iberg 
Columbus, OH Durham, NC 
Durham, NC Chatham Co..NC 



DATE & PLACE 
OF BIRTH 



JOINED 
CONFERENCE 



DATE & PLACE 
OF DEATH 



PLACE OF 
BURIAL 



Sr. 



Albea S. Parker 
Henry G. Ruark 
Carl K. Wright 
Robert Lee Vickery 
Herman N. Ward, Sr. 
Walter Russell Johnson 
Robert Nicholson Fitts 
John Calvin Harmon 
Paul Henry Fields 
Virgil Nathaniel Moore 
Edward M. McLeod 
Leon Crawford Larkin 
Dwight A. Petty 
French R. Lowry 
John F. Casey 
Robert L. Jerome 
Ira Amos Friend 
Walter L. Dawson, Jr. 
Benjamin 0. Merritt 
Morris Lyman Husted 
Harold DeForest Minor 
Charles Edward Vale 
Isaac Shirley Richmond 
Wi lliam Graham Lowe 
George Hart Tyson 
Jakie Lock I ear, Jr. 
Harris Freo Surrat 
Louis DeMaro Hayman II 
Mersey Everett Spence 
Ernest Creasy Durham 
Etheridge Merrell Rhiner 
Mack Donald McLamb 
Ralph D. Wellons 
Lester Archie Til ley 
Howard P. Powell 
James William Gamble 
James Herb>ert Mi I le 
Carl Webster Barbee 
Key Wesley Taylor 
Lawrence Adams Watts 
Charles Thomas Rogers, 
John Cline 

William Stanley Potter 
Harold Reynolds Beede 
Russell H. Caudill 
Chancie DeShield Bard 
Graham Stanford Eubank 
Daniel Edwin Earnhardt 
James Wilson Griff is, Jr 
James Russell Hailey 
Marquis Wood Lawrence 
Pearce Hudson Layfield 
Ivey James Wall, Jr. 
Howard Braxton Harrell 
Wi lliam Vogel McRae 
James Hillary Bryant 
Doctor Fuller Lowry 
Jack Ward Page 
Carlos Poynor Woinack 
William Carson Lewis 
David Wayland Charlton 
Carroll Howell Beale 
Howard Harrell Cash 
Charles Wesley Wooten 
Cicero Redmon Etheridge 
Ernest Edwin Edmond 
William Smith Davenport 
Harvey Lowry, Sr. 
William Kenneth Barrs 
George Nelson Moore 
Robert Mitchell Drew 
Leon Russell 
James Marvin Carroll 
J. David Jones 
Pliny Foster Newton 
Hiram Earl Myers 
Daniel Monroe Sharpe 
David Milton Lewis 
George A. Davis 
Worth Bagley Cotton 
John Armstrong Russell 
Horace Carroll Jones 
George Badger Eubanks 
Bernard Talmage Hurley 
Forrest W.Pursley 
Burrell Duke Critcher 
John Henry Parrish 
Clyde Pruitt Pearce, Sr 



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Magnolia, NC 1914-Washington,NC 
Wilmington, NC 1932-Rocky Mt.,NC 
Boaz.AL 1934-Oneonta,AL 
Franklin Co.,GA 1928-Winston-SalemNC 
Columbus Co.,NC 1957-New Bern,NC 
Alamance Co.,NC 1951-Wilmington,NC 
Warren Co.,NC 1912-Fayettevi lle,NC 
Cleveland Co,NC 1907-Salisbury,NC 
Carthage, NC 1927-Raleigh,NC 
Wilkesboro.NC 1958-Wilson,NC 
Richmond Co.,NC 1923-Laurinburg,NC 
Carthage, NC 1918-Goldsboro,NC 
Chatham Co.,NC 1918-Goldsboro,NC 
Robeson Co.,NC 1919-Troy,NC 
Stonewall, NC 1965-Raleigh,NC 
Gatesville.NC 1925-Fayettevi lle,NC 
Kernersvi I le.NC 1937-Thomasvi I le,NC 
Statesville.NC 1921 -High Point, NC 
1917-Greenville,NC 
1923-Wheeling,WV 
1950-Davenport,IA 
1933-Durham,NC 
1918-Logan,WV 
1914-Washington,NC 
1952-Burlington,NC 
1969-Chapel Hill.NC 
1917-Mebane,NC 
1910-Eliz.City,NC 
1907-New Bern,NC 
1913-0xford,NC 
1960-Rocky Mt.,NC 



Sampson Co.,NC 
Tarrytown.NY 
Lake City, lA 
Wilmington, NC 
Martin Co.,KY 
Windsor, NC 
Pitt Co.,NC 
Robeson Co.NC 
Jackson Hill,NC 
Kitty Hawk,NC 
South Mills,NC 
Chatham Co.,NC 
Godwin.NC 



Brunswick Co,NC 1923-Eliz.City,NC 

Needmore,IN 1918-Marsadbad, India 

Orange Co,NC 1929-Kinston,NC 

Clinton,NC 1924-Greensboro,NC 

Easley,SC 1943-Charlotte,NC 

Hertford, NC 1912-Fayettevi I le,NC 

Spring Hope,NC 1929-Kinston,NC 

Charleston, AR 1940-Wi Imington.NC 

Lynchburg, VA 1923-El iz.City,NC 

Newport, NC 1906-Rocky Mt.,NC 

Belwood, NC 1917-Western NC 

Stet,MO 1924-MO Conf. 

Exeter, NH 1929-New Eng.Conf. 

Helton, NC 1931-Asheville,NC 

Durant'sNeck,NC 1925-Fayettevi I le,NC 

Maysville,NC 1935-Wilmington,NC 

NC 1916-Durham,NC 

Yazoo City, MS 1959-Wi lmington,NC 

Spray, NC 1952-Burlington,NC 

Statesville,NC 1929-Kinston,NC 

Pine Mtn.,GA 1954-Ralei9h,NC 

Pitt Co., NC 1962-Kinston,NC 

Martin Co.,NC 1961 -Durham, NC 

Anson Co.,NC 1908-Durham,NC 

Sampson Co.,NC 1958-Wi lson,NC 

Robeson Co.,NC 1913-Walkertown,NC 

Dillon Co.,SC 1938-Eliz.town,NC 

Berryville,AR 1930-Henderson,NC 

Old Dock,NC 1963-Greenville,NC 

Dillwyn,VA 1944-Raleigh,NC 

SouthamptonCoVA 1948-Norfork,VA 

Logan Co., OH 1926-Doweltown,TN 

Wayne Co.,NC 1954-Raleigh,NC 

Wilson Co.,NC 1973-Fayetteville,NC 

Arnot,PA 1922-Gibbsboro,NJ 

Mackeys,NC 1956-Greenvi I le.NC 

Roh)eson Co.,NC 1971 -Fayettevi lie, NC 

Miami,FL 1937- 

South Jersey 1921- 

Ridgeland.SC 1958- 

Waynesville,NC 1930- 

Columbus Co.NC 1921- 
CumberlandCityNC1963-Greenville,NC 

Dade City, AL 1925-Bonne Terr, MO 

Wadesboro.NC 1915-Wi lmington,NC 

AlamanceCity,NC 1920-Salisbury,NC 

Hertford, NC 1948-Greenvi lle,NC 

AlamanceCity,NC 1963-Greenvi lle,NC 

Red Springs, NC 1935-Wi lmington,NC 
MontgomeryCityNC1914-Washington,NC 

Graves Co.,KY 1925-Griff in,GA 

•Lenoir Co. 1974-(transfer) 

■Montgomery Co. 1910-Elizabeth City 

WV (Local Pastor) 

Nash Co. 1925-Fayettev)lle 

Raeford 1954-Raleigh 

•Franklin Co. 1964-Burl ington 



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1980- 
1980- 
1980- 
1980- 
1980- 
1980- 
1980- 



Greensboro,NC Raleigh, NC 
Durham, NC Laurinlxirg- 
Atlantic, NC Atlantic 
Hamlet. NC Rockingham 
Whiteville,NC Columbus C| 
AlamanceCo,NC Burlington 
Oxford, NC Warrenton,! 
Durham,NC Apex,NC 
Winston-Salem Greensboro 
Winston- Sal em Seven Sprrif 
Laurinburg,NC Laurinburg 
WaynesvilleNC Sanford.NC 
Rose Hill,NC Rose Hill 
Durham, NC Pembroke, N 
Greenvi lle,NC New Bern.N 
Southern PinesSmithf ield 
Montclair,NJ Winston-Sa- 
Bennettsvi I leSCGreensbor 
Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC 
Durham, NC 
Nashville,TN 
Sanford,NC 
Kinston,NC 
Durham, NC 
Durham, NC 
Atlanta, GA 
Lexington, NC 
Durham, NC 
Durham, NC 
Raleigh, NC 



Raleigh, NC 
Nashville 
Spartanbur 
Pinetops,» 
Aurora, NC 
Carrboro.m. 
Robeson Co: 
Denton, NC 
Beaufort, N 
Durham 
Raleigh 
Smithf ield,NC Dunn,NC 
Sanford.NC Rockingham 



Durham, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Richmond,VA 
Durham, NC 
Clinton,NC 
Louisburg,NC 
Concord, NC 
Tarboro,NC 
Durham, NC 
Sanford,NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Fuquay-Varina 
Durham NC 
Fay'tvle,NC 
Edenton.NC 
OK 



Durham 
Raleigh 
Raleigh 

Hertford,N 
Clinton 
(cremation 
Greenvi lie 
Newport, NC 
Carthage, N 
Sanford 
Raleigh 

Perquimans, 

Durham, NC j 
Yazoo City 



Rocky Mt. NC I 

WaynesvilleNC Durham, NC 
Waynesvill 



Raleigh, NC 

Edenton,NC 

Hobgood,NC 

Durham, NC 

Turkey.NC 

Pembroke, NC 

Rowland, NC 

Southern PinesDurham,NC 

Rockingham, NC Rockinghan 

Goldsboro,NC Goldsboro 

Norfolk, VA Franklin.y 

Marshal IburgNCMarshal Ibu 

Pinehurst.NC Pikeville, 



Vanceboro, 
Hami I ton, 
McFarlan.M; 
Clinton, NO 
Pembroke 
Rowland 



Turkey, NC 
Lakeland, FL 
LaGrange,NC 
Pembroke, NC 
SanAntonioTX 



Wilson, NC 

Lakeland 

Mackeys.NC 

Pembroke 

Miami,FL 



Vero Beach, FL FL 
RoanokeRapidsNCRidgeland 
WaynesvilleNC Waynesvill 
Luiiberton,NC Whiteville 
Wi lmington,NC Wilmington 
Graham, NC Graham 
Durham, NC Durham 
Durham, NC Raleigh, K 
PerquimansCityPerquimar 
Alamance City Alamance Cl 
Mt.Gilead,NC Mt.Gilead 
Troy,NC Shi I oh. NC 
Raleigh Raleigh 
Morehead City Trenton 



Durham 

Hamlet 

Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Raleigh 



Red Spnnc 
Scotland C 
Raleigh 
Fayettevi I 
Youngsvill 







275 








DATE & PLACE 


JOINED 


DATE & PLACE 


PLACE OF 




OF BIRTH 


CONFERENCE 


OF DEATH 


BURIAL 


te Stanford Gam's 


1910-Grifton 


1955- Fayettevi lie 


1980-Warsaw 


Smith town, NY 


k Lang Fouts 

ife Gilbert Quigley 


1899-ThomasviUe 


1934-Washington 


1981 -Lexington 


Lexington 


1920 -Edgecombe Co. 


1957-New Bern 


1981 -Chapel Hill 


Williamston 


i4 Michael Brown, Jr. 


1934 -Robeson Co. 


(Local Pastor) 


1981 -Fayettevi lie 




: Clarence Lee 


1903-Ounn 


1932- Rocky Mount 


1981-Limberton 


Dunn 


Oglesby Long 


1892-Columbus Co. 


1920-Rocky Mount 


1981 -Apex 


Apex 


! Herbert Lanning 


1894 -Tyro 


1917-Asheville 


1981-Linwood 


Bethel Cemetery 


HcGowan Hall 


1889-Onslow Co. 


1916-Durham 


1981 -Durham 


Durham 


t Lee Rogers 

ill Miles Smithson.Jr. 


1912-Magnolia 


1939- Fayettevi lie 


1981-Ralei9h 


Swift Creek 


1935-Tyner 


1969- Fayettevi lie 


1981 -Elizabeth CityHigh Point 


3 Lee Reynolds 


1907-Tyrell Co. 


1950-Kinston 


1981-Kittrell 


Plank Chap.Cem 


Donald Salmon 


1 920 -Ash I and, KY 


1954-Richmond,KY 


1981-Shallotte 


Shallotte 


3ur9on Falls, Jr. 


1921-Kings Mtn. 


1966- Rocky Mount 


1981 -Columbus Co. 


Kings Mountain 


le William Watson 


1917-Castlewood,VA 


1959-(transfer) 


1982-Princeton,WV 


Princeton,WV 


:arruth 


1918-Tylerton, MS 
1921 -Whitevi lie 


1942-Wilson 


1982- Fayettevi lie 


Raleigh 


d Carson Batchelor 


(Local Pastor) 


1982-Brunswick Co 


Whitevi lie 


?y Judge Starnes 


1893- Fort MilLSC 


1923-Elizabeth City 


1982-Burlington 


Burlington 


^ Boone Slaughter, Sr 


1883-Roxboro 


1912-Fayetteville 


1982-Durham 


Durham 


Jameson Jones 


1929-Winchester,KY 


1981 -(transfer) 


1982-Durham 


(cremation) 


c Grady Dawson 


1900-Rockingham Co. 


1927-Raleigh 


1982-Durham 


Henderson 


■yde Dunn 


1914-Pinetops 


1967-Goldsboro 


1982-Wilson 


Pi net ops 


<i Carpenter Vereen 


1920-Latta, SC 


1943 -Rocky Mount 


1982-Durham 


Lemon Springs 


am Carleton Wilson 


1900-HiUsborough 


1926-Durham 


1982-Durham 


Raleigh 


am Alton Tew 


1907-Goldsboro 


1933-Durham 


1982-Durham 


(cremation) 


13 Carson Crawford 


1896- Orange Co. 


1925 -Fayettevi lie 


1983-Durham 


Orange Co. 


]U. Lloyd Townsend 


1912-Robeson Co. 


1940-Laurinburg 


1983-Laurinburg 


Piney Gr.-Maxton 


t Richard Ashmore 


1895-Williamston,SC 


1925-Fayetteville 


1983-Durham 


(cremation) 


lan Charles Hill 


1911 -Rutherford Co. 


(Local Pastor) 


1983-Siler City 


Concord 


r Conn Ball 


1898-Warren Co. 


1924-Wilmington 


1983-Asheville 


Asheville 


Mattison Graham 


1920-Robeson Co. 


1944-Lenoir 


1983-Maxton 


Laurinburg 


m Lawrence Freeman 


1916-Greensboro 


1941 -Durham 


1983-Durham 


(cremation) 


Mien MuUikin 


1919-Anderson,SC 


1964-Burlington 


1983-Wilson Co. 


Wilson 


ice James Bridges 


1922-Rocky Mount 


1951 -Wilmington 


1983-Bladen Co. 


Durham 


Patterson Brantley 


1894- Iredell Co. 


1918-Greensboro 


1983 -Burlington 


Burlington 


t Stewart Brodie 


1917-MotherweU,Scot 


.1952-Burlington 


1983 -Greensboro 


Areola 


las Theodore Cucare 


1915-Bellevue,OH 


1976-Fayetteville 


1983-Luniberton 


Lumberton 


1 Reed Chambers 


1895-Obion Co.,TN 


1919-Memphis,TN 


1984-Winston-Salen 


Bahama 


Franklin Sawyer 


1904-Elizabeth City 


1943-Charlotte 


1984-Dewark,DE 


Elizabeth City 


A. Clarke 


1893-Thomasville 


1917-Greensboro 


1984 -Bahama 


Bahama 


It Dilworth Pappendick 


1934-Halifax Co. 


1978- Fayettevi lie 


1984-Graham 


Rockingham 


Virgil Early 


1910-Cleveland Co. 


1934-Washington 


1984 -Rockingham 


Drd Bryant Hicks 


1919-Vance Co. 


1965-Ralei9h 


1984-Columbus Co. 


Lake Waccamaw 


, Hector McCallum 


1918-Robeson Co. 


1942-Greensboro 


1984- Fayettevi lie 


Rockfish 


;phus Shore 


1912-Randolph Co. 


1962-Kinston 


1984-Graham 


Alamance Co. 


it Marriner Gradeless 
Warren Ross 


1908-Belhaven 


1957-New Bern 


1984 -Be I haven 


Be I haven 


1903-New Jersey 


1956-GreenviUe 


1984 -Rocky Mount 


Elon.VA 


C. Brothers 


1893-Elizabeth City 


1919-Wilson 


1984-Torrence,CA 


San Pedro, CA 


am Norman Vaughan 


1895 -Scot I and Neck 


1922-Raleigh 


1984-Durham 


Richmond,VA 


lay Meek ins 


1900 -Stumpy Point 


1953-Durham 


1984-Manteo 


Manteo 


Houston Brigman 


1926- Richmond Co. 


1970- Fayettevi lie 
1935-Wilmington 


1984-W. Onslow Bea. 


Sneads Ferry 


'5 Roswell Stevens 


1907-Wendell 


1984-Smithfield 


(cremation) 


iJohn Duplissey 


1908-Chesterfield,MA 


1954-Raleigh 


1985-Kenly 


Kenly 


)e Leon Gray 


1908-Brighton,AL 


1941 -Durham 


1985-Beaufort 


Beaufort 


)aniel Long 


1910-Orange Co. 


1970- Fayettevi lie 


1985-Kinston 


Mebane 


is George Bryans 


1912-Buffalo,NY 


(Local Pastor) 


1985-Kinston 


Kins ton 


1 Talmage Hanford 


1934-Burlington 


1984-Fay'tvle (AM) 
1915-Wilmington 


1985-Greenville 


Liberty 


am Lewis Manes s 


1890 -Moore Co. 


1985-Durham 


Robbins 


- Leo Thompson 


1900 -Cameron 


1928-Wilson 


1985- Southern? ines 


Southern Pines 


las Warnum Grant 


1912-Garysburg 


1936-New Bern 


1985-Greensboro 


Raleigh 


Fraser Seymour 


1917-Knoxville, TN 


1970-Greenville (AM) 


1985-Atlantic 


Atlantic 


■t Charles Hamilton, Jr 


.1919-Clio, SC 


1960- Rocky Mount 


1985-Wilmington 


Wilmington 


-d Whitfield Warren, Sr 


.1904-Blounts Creek 


1931 -Greenville 


1985-Durham 


Durham 


2l Jennings Strawbridge1901 -Martin Co. 


1929-Kinston 


1986-Winston-Sale(r 


Winston- Sal em 


1 Johnson Whitehead 


1906- Alamance Co. 


1939-(transfer) 


1986-Burlington 


Alamance Co. 


Ralph Shuller, Sr. 


1900-Franklin Co. 


1930-(transfer) 


1986-Durham 


Southport 


t Hadley Overman, Sr. 
-d Charles Hill 


1913-Smithfield 


(Local Pastor) 


1986- Chesapeake, VA 


Raleigh 


1929-Smithfield 


1972-Durham (AM) 


1986-New Bern 


Johnson Co. 


Graham White, Jr. 


1928-Charlotte 


1952-Burlington 


1986-Chapel Hill 
1986-Durham 


Carrboro 


Beauregarde Fisher 


1903-Clayton 
1902- Guilford Co. 


1928-Wilson 


Burlington 


Paul Pegg 


1927-Ashboro 


1986-Rockingham 


Kernersville 


-d Denny Wise 


1916-Dare Co. 


1959-Wilmington 


1986- Fayettevi lie 
1987-Raleigh 


Manteo 


El den Bingham 


1900-Asheboro 


1947-Elizabeth City 


Guilford Co. 


am Francis Elliott 


1900-Rockville, SC 


1960- Fayettevi lie 


1987-Lumberton 


Lumberton 


rhomas Maides, Jr. 


1919-Maysville 
1899-Arkansas 


1946- Henderson 


1987-Roanoke, VA 


Roanoke 


Henry Lewis 


1935-(transfer) 


1987- Rockingham 




Jascom Hurley 


1892-Montgomery Co. 


1917-Greenville 


1987- Fayettevi lie 


Fayettevi lie 


as Everette Price, Jr. 


1923-Gastonia 


(Local Pastor) 


1988-Gastonia 


Gastonia 


'I in Odell Walker 


1926-Randolph Co. 


1955-Fayetteville 


1988-Clinton 


(cremation) 


~y A. Howard 


1958-Ft.Benning,GA 


1983-Fayetteville 
1928-Wilson 


1988- 




■• Freeman Heath 


1900-Midway, TX 


1988-Madi sonvi I leTXCl inton 


1 Filmore Coble 


1911-Guilford Co. 


1936-Albemarle 


1988- Fayettevi lie 


Greensboro 


lawk ins 


1905-Ft. Worth, TX 


1970-Greenville 


1988-Durham 




xi Lee Martin 


1922-Rich Square 


1972-Durham (AM) 


1988-Roper 


Rich Square 



276 
HONORED DEAD OF METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH 



NAME 



ORDAINED DATE 



ORDAINED DATE 



William Bellamy 


1846 


James Hunter 


1831 


Albritton Jones 


1845 


William Price 


1832 


Asa Steeley 




Thomas Steeley 




Alexander Albright 


1843 


Henry Bradford 


1843 


Jesse H. Cobb 




Isaac Coe 




John Coe 


1852 


Richardson Davidson 


1845 


Caswell Drake 


1861 


Alson Gray, D.D. 




Joshua Swift 




Swain Swift 


1831 


William Blair 




Jack Moore 


1840 


Christine Allen 




Thomas Y. Cook 




James Hunt 


1848 


Travis Jones 




Samuel J. Harris 


1839 


Alexander Robbins 


1868 


John F. Speight 


1860 


Wm. H. Wills, D.D. 1835 1889 


Joseph Holmes 




H. A. Burton 




Thomas L. Carter 




James Deans 




Arrington Gray 


1846 


John Lambeth 


1846 


Ira E. Norman 


1857 


Robert R. Prather 


1881 


C. F. Harris, D.D. 1846 1896 


John Hinshaw 


1868 


John Paris, D.D. 


1883 


B. L. Hoskins 


1860 


A. C. Harris, M.D. 1847 1889 


J. L. Michaux, D.D. 


1898 


G. A. T. Whitaker 1842 1885 


W. J. Ogburn 


1860 


A. W. Lineberry, D.D. 


1899 


Andrew Pickens 


1860 


Joseph Causey 


1878 


J. W. Heath 


1913 


R. R. Michaux 


1899 


John Gordon 


1862 


John C. Forbis 


1862 


R. W. Pegram 


1885 


R. H. Wills 


1891 


J. C. Dean 


1890 


J. R. Ball 


1893 


S. P. J. Harris 


1889 


W. C. Kennett 


1925 


W. McB. Roberts 


1867 


N. R. Fail 


1866 


H. W. Peebles 1862 1892 


C. A. Pickens 


1908 


J. S. Dunn 1868 1908 


John L, Swain 


1880 


A. L. Laughlin 


1886 



G. E 


Hunt 


W. C 


Hammer 


Henry Lewallen 


Jordon Rominger 


D. A. 


Highfill 


T. T. 


Ferree. M.D. 


John 


G.Whitfield, D.D 


W. W. 


Amick 


R. R. 


Hanner 


S. Si 


mpson, D.D. 


P. D. 


Moore 


G. W. 


Bowman 


D. A. 


Fishel 


W. P. 


Martin 


J. H. 


Totten 


J. M. 


Wood 


I. I. 


York 


J. E. 


Hartsell 


John 


N. Garrett 


W. L. 


Harris 


W. F. 


Kennett 


J. H. 


Moton 


J. W. 


Simpson 


W. E. 


Swain, D.D. 


J. F. 


Dosier 


E. A. 


Plyler 


W. T. 


Totten 


W. A. 


Bunch 


C. A. 


Cecil 


S. A. 


Cecil 


C. L. 


Whitaker, D.D. 


A. L. 


Hunter 


W. R. 


Lowdermi Ik 


J. H. 


Stowe 


G. F. 


Millaway 


C. E. 


M. Raper 


W. C. 


Lassiter 


W. F. 


Oh rum 


C. C. 


Stuart 


Wm. D 


. Fogleman 


J. L. 


Giles 


C. H. 


Whitaker 


D. A. 


Braswell 


J. R. 


Walton 


J. F. 


McCulloch D.D. 
Lowdermi Ik 


E. G. 


J. H. 


Bowman 


J. H. 


Gilbreath 


G. W. 


Holmes 


J. T. 


Turner 


C. J. 


Edwards 


T. A. 


Williams 


L. H. 


Hatley 


R. S. 


Troxler 


L. W. 


Gerringer, D.D. 


J. B. 


O'Briant 


J. W. 


Hulin 


J. W. 


Quick 


N. Br 


ittain 


M. P. 


Chambliss 


R. E. 


Andrews 


C. W. 


Saunders 





1926 


1868 


1909 




1872 


1874 


1927 


1875 


1904 




1879 


"1874 


1907 




1899 


1879 


1912 




1908 


1879 


1933 




1929 




1905 




1881 




1925 




1912 


1882 


1912 


1888 


1910 


1887 


1933 


1887 


1929 




1893 


1884 


1923 


1885 


1928 


1888 


1912 


1885 


1937 


1888 


1907 


1889 


1921 




1896 


1888 


1926 


1894 


1938 


1900 


1917 


1893 


1927 


1893 


1939 


1895 


1915 


1893 


1923 




1892 




1892 


1897 


1914 


1867 


1911 


1896 


1935 


1893 


1927 




1897 


1893 


1934 


1898 


1935 


1899 


1926 


1903 


1938 




1911 


1907 


1933 


1908 


1937 


1912 


1915 


1910 


1938 


1913 


1934 


1917 


1930 


1919 


1934 


1924 


1926 


1925 


1930 


1926 


1934 


1914 


1932 


1931 


1934 



Conference Reports, Legislation and Resolutions 

SECTION V 



B 



277 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE ADDRESS 
BY BISHOP C. P. MINNICK, JR. 

A Vision for Ministry in the NC Conference - 
Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples 

Before we focus our attention on a vision, or possible directions, for future ministries 
in the NC Annual Conference, let me share with you a portion of a report which I have 
submitted to the SEJ Conference in which I have summarized some of the ministries in 
which the United Methodist people of this Annual Conference have been involved during 
the quadrennium that is concluding this year. 

At the beginning of this quadrennium the General Commission on Religion and Race 
was invited to send representatives to the MC Annual Conference to assist us in evaluat- 
ing the quality and degree of racial inclusiveness at the local church, district and annual 
conference levels. The process served to increase our sensitivity to continuing expres- 
sions of racism and to motivate us to a greater concern for racial inclusiveness. Four 
cross-racial pastoral appointments are in place at this time; but we are well aware of the 
fact that open itineracy is not yet a reality and remains a goal to be sought with greater 
commitment and energy. 

A comprehensive plan for strengthening and developing the ethnic minority local 
church in ministry and mission has been put in place to prevent any decline in this area 
of ministry and concern when this is no longer a missional priority in our denomination. 
A staff person of the Annual Conference Council on Ministries has been assigned major 
responsibilities for ethnic minority local churches; and every Annual Conference board 
and agency has been asked to devote twenty percent of its budget and program to 
strengthening and developing the ethnic minority local churches. 

In the area of evangelism a quadrennial emphasis on church growth and congrega- 
. tional development has resulted in a net increase in membership for each year in thus 
quadrennium. Membership in the Annual Conference is now 21 7,933, a net increase of 
2,768 members over the past four years. A conference-wide concern for church exten- 
sion led to the addition to the Annual Conference staff of a full-time assistant to the Cabinet 
for church extension. The result of thi^ church extension emphasis has been the begin- 
ning of fifteen new local churches - 8 white congregations, 3 black congregations, 2 Na- 
tive American congregations, 1 Asian American congregation and 1 Hispanic American 
congregation. The ethnic designations indicate the nature of the communities in which 
these congregations are located and the majority constituency of the membershup. But 
let it be noted here that each of these new congregations is open and inclusive in mem- 
bership and outreach ministries. 

Many residents of eastern NC have suffered greatly from two serious economic situa- 
tions in recent years - the farm crisis, in which many persons experienced severe finan- 
cial losses, and the "Red Tide", which brought heavy losses to fishing families on the coast. 
The local churches of the Annual Conference responded generously to appeals from the 
Bishop for special offerings for those who were victims of these situations. It is significant 
to note that this Annual Conference has given a total of $986,875 during this quadren- 
nium to those persons suffering from hunger and human need, the farm crisis, and the 
"Red Tide". This amount does not include the significant amount of assistance received 
from GMCOR. 

The agencies and institutions of the Annual Conference are strong and effective in 
their ministries. NC Wesleyan College, Methodist College, emd Louisburg College, located 
in this Conference, are rendering outstanding service in Christian higher education. Our 
Children's Home, with eight centers for residential care and therapy located across the 
Annual Conference, and our three retirement homes are providing high quality care for 
persons with special needs. The life of the Annual Conference is greatly enriched by the 
presence within the Conference of the Duke Divinity School, whose staff, faculty and stu- 



278 

dent body render many special ministries to us, in addiUon to preparing f>ersons for ef- 
fective ministry in churches here and around the world. Six campus ministers at state and 
private campuses within the bounds of our Annual Conference touch the lives of students 
with the caring love of Jesus Christ and involve many college and university students in 
worship, fellowship and outreach ministries. Our four camps provide excellent and varied 
programs of outdoor Christian education. Space simply does not permit me to describe 
the many other significant ministries being done by our agencies in the inner city, urbcin 
and rural areas of this Annual Conference. 

During the next quadrennium, 1 989 - 1 992, the major focus of ministries in the NC 
Annual Conference will be "Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples", the theme 
adopted by the Council of Bishops for the next episcopal leadership initiative. Will you 
focus your thoughts with me on this theme and reflect with me on the possibilities for in- 
creased faithfulness in our discipleship to Jesus Christ and for growing effectiveness in 
ministries in his name. 

Dynamic discipleship and vital congregational life are rooted and grounded in the 
spiritual disciplines of prayer, Bible study, the private and corporate worship of God, and 
sharing in the life of Christian community - the community of faith, hope and love. 

A biblical example of vital congregational life and faithful discipleship is the infant 
church described in the book of the Acts of the Apostles following the day of Pentecost. 
The Holy Spirit had come upon them after ten days of prayer, and the continuing life of 
that spirit-filled church is described in Acts 2 as life which continued "in the apostles' teach- 
ing, fellowship, the breaking of bread, and their prayers". Methodism at its best has always 
been characterized by the inward experience of faith. That experience was described by 
John Wesley in these words: "I felt my heart strangely warmed..." That experience came 
to a person committed to the discipline of private personal prayer; and that experience, 
which we designate as his "Aldersgate experience" happened to Wesley in a setting of 
Bible study. 

Our biblical heritage and our Wesleyan heritage call us as pastors and laity in every 
congregation to commit ourselves anew to the practice of those disciplines Uiat bring 
spiritual renewal and enhance spiritual growth. Let us make covenant with each other to 
be faithful in our private lives of study, prayer and reflection and in our corporate life of 
worship, study and mutual nurturing of each other in faith. 

Out of such prayer covenants and devotional disciplines, and the inward experience 
of the Holy Spirit which results from them, we, who are set apart for pastoral ministry and 
diaconal ministry, receive the power and motivation to renew our commitment daily to 
servant ministry. Without such daily renewal and commitment other career values be- 
come dominant over servanthood. Laity, too, are renewed and empowered in these dis- 
ciplines for faithful discipleship and vital congregational life. 

Vital congregations of faithful disciples are involved in creative ministries of caring love. 
The book of the Acts of the Apostles is the story of a spirit-filled church in mission to the 
world. The risen Christ had given them their mandate with the promise of power for their 
mission, "You shall receive power... and you shall be my witnesses... to the ends of the 
earth". This is the mandate of our Lord to the church gathered here today. Other New 
Testament passages amplify this mandate for mission. "Go, make disciples.. .baptiz- 
ing. ..teaching". "You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's own 
people that you may declare the wonderful deeds of him who called you out of darkness 
into his marvelous light." 

It is significant to note that the mission of the church does not originate with those 
who are members of the church. It is the plan and will of God for the church. Our task is 
to determine ways to implement God's mission through the churches of the NC Annual 
Conference. 



279 

The immediate response called for by the biblical mandate to be witnesses and to make 
disciples is evangelism. Evangelism is sharing the good news in word and deeds so that 
others might hear, see, and respond to the word of God's grace which was incarnated in 
Jesus Christ. Resources, training and inspiration must be provided to equip pastors and 
laity to be effective evangelists. Let us avail ourselves of the resources and leadership 
which are available to local congregations from Annual Conference agencies and from 
general church boards that we might be more effective in leading people into discipleship 
to Jesus Christ. 

Ministries of love are costly in terms of financial resources needed to do them. Our per 
capita giving of $279 in the MC Conference indicates a need for individual and congrega- 
tional reflection in prayer, worship and Bible study on the Christian doctrine and practice 
of the stewardship of financial resources together with an increased awareness and un- 
derstanding of the ministries needed and being done by the local church in the local com- 
munity and through the "Fair Share" giving to the ends of the earth. An emphasis in our 
Conference on stewardship education and cultivation is crucial at this time. Our 
denomination has chosen across the past two hundred years to be connectional in or- 
ganization and in many aspects of ministry. That we are connectional means that each 
local congregation of United Methodism is in a covenant relationship of mutual ministry 
with every other United Methodist congregation. Denominational structures such as the 
General Conference, the Jurisdictional Conference, the Annual Conference and the 
Charge Conference have been put in place and maintained for the sake of ministry and 
mission to the world. Let it be clearly noted that maintaining the connectional structures 
is not the mission of our church; but rather, we maintain the structures and organization 
only for the purpose of facilitating the ministry and outreach of the local congregations 
of our denomination. There are ministries which we can do in our connectedness with 
each other which no individual local congregation could do by itself. 

We are a denomination of mostly small membership churches. In the NC Annual Con- 
ference 61% of our congregations have fewer than 200 members, 70% fewer than 300. 
, In our connectional structure small membership congregations are united with each other 
and larger membership congregations in a common ministry to the ends of the earth, 
jwith each congregation giving a "fair share" of the cost of this ministry. 

In this same way each congregation gives according to its ability to provide resource 
(Centers of materials and persons which every congregation may draw upon to equip it- 
Iself for more effective ministry for Jesus Christ in the world. 

In the rSC Annual Conference there is a need to find ways to help our people see and 
understand the beauty and power of our denomination's connectional organization. And 
we must continue to use our connectional structure to enable small membership chur- 
ches to be more effective on congregational life and mission. 

Stewardship concerns and responsibilities call for a careful evaluation of the Annual 
Conference structure and staffing needs. Are there changes possible which will make the 
Annual Conference ministries and programs more economical and, at the same time, 
maintain their present effectiveness and efficiency in serving local churches and districts? 
Such an evaluation wUI be done during the new quadrennium. 

A major concern of this Annual Conference, which will be addressed during this ses- 
I sion, is tiie immediate need for a minimum of $8 million in capital funds for church ex- 
tension and for the improvement of facilities for our ministries in camping and outdoor 
Christian education. These are not peripheral or adjunct ministries of the church. These 
are ministries, the purp>oses of which are evangelistic outreach and growth in discipleship 
to Jesus. I am convinced that our choice in this matter is not will we or will we not do these 
ministries and pay the financial cost of them. Our decision concerns the best way to receive 
the $8 million that is so desperately needed for these ministries now. 



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The Capital Funds Plans Council was instructed by the 1 987 Annual Conference to 
come to the 1 988 Annual Conference session with a recommendation concerning this 
capital funds need; and the Council will present a recommendation that there be in the 
Annual Conference a capital funds campaign with a goal of $8 million to help meet our 
needs in church extension and camping ministries. 

The theme, "Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples", affirms the essential impor- 
tance of local congregations in disciple making through evangelistic outreach, disciple 
nurturing in growth toward Christian perfection, and disciple sending for witness and min- 
istry. As a result of our covenant of unity, the connectedness of local churches to each 
other in our denomination, there are resources of money and leadership which we provide 
together for ministry and mission. The essential importance of the local congregation 
calls for us to direct some of these resources to programs and ministries that will assist 
local congregations as they seek to grow in all areas of discipleshlp to Jesus Christ and 
in ministry to the world in his name. 

Dr. Ken Callahan, author of Ttuelue Keys to an Effective Church, and a consultant in 
the area of increasing the effectiveness of local congregations, met last fall in a retreat 
setting for three days with our Annual Conference Council on Finance and Administra- 
tion, the Cabinet, the Conference Council on Ministries staff, and certain other persons 
in leadership positions in this Annual Conference. Those of us who shared in that retreat 
departed with the conviction that the directions and insights shared with us by Dr. Cal- 
lahan can vitalize and energize local congregations in eastern MC. 

The Council on Finance and Administration has agreed to allocate some of our finan- 
cial resources for this purpose. Leadership will be recruited by the Cabinet during the next 
twelve months. And local congregations, both ethnic minority and ethnic majority con- 
gregations of all sizes, will be informed about and invited to share in this exciting program 
designed to enable congregations to become vital centers of Christian nurture, ministry 
and mission. 

Related to this emphasis and to be implemented in conjunction with all programs re- 
lated to "Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples" is the comprehensive plan adopted 
by our Annual Conference for strengthening and developing the ethnic minority local 
church for ministry and mission. 

Let it be noted, too, that vital congregations and faithful disciples will be committed to 
justice ministries, to an inclusive church, and to an open itineracy. To follow the life and 
teachings of Jesus and to be faithful to our Methodist heritage will not permit us to be 
otherwise. 

I would conclude this statement of dreams for the future with a call for laity and cler- 
gy in our congregations to be alert to those persons in our midst who give evidence of 
gifts and graces for ordained and diaconal ministry. God's call to them for vocational com- 
mitment to ministry needs the validation that comes from the community of faith; and 
there are times and situations when God initiates the call to ministry through the con- 
gregation of God's people. The church is always in need of servant leaders who express 
in their lives the mind and spirit of Jesus Christ. 

Vital Congregations and Faithful Disciples - This theme and these concepts capture 
the vision for ministry which I hope will guide this Annual Conference as we move into a 
new quadrennium and toward the 21st century. 

C. P. AAinnick, Jr., Bishop of the Raleigh Area 



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BROTHERHOOD/SISTERHOOD, 
NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
The Following Calls Have Been Paid Since December 31, 1986 

Call No. 334 - E. B. Fisher (One-half Payment in 1 986) $1 ,850.00 

Call No. 335 - W. D. Wise (One-half Payment in 1986) 1,850.00 

Call No. 336 - B. E. Bingham 3,700.00 

Call No. 337 -A. J. Walton 3,700.00 

Call No. 338 -J. T. Maides 3,700.00 

Payment increased to $3,800 following Annual Conference, 1987 

Call No. 339 - R. H. Lewis 3,800.00 

Call No. 340 -J. B. Hurley 3,800.00 

TOTAL $22,400.00 

Financial Statement 

Balance on hand First Gnion Bank Dec. 311, 1986 (Checking) $1 ,784.03 

Invested in Wachovia Bank & Trust Company (Money Market) 15,991 .70 

Invested in Wendell Federal Savings & Loan (Money Market) 18,000.00 

Invested in First Gnion Bank (Market Access Account) 3,444.95 

Received from Interest 3,759.02 

Received from Payment of Calls 26,357.64 

TOTAL $69,337.34 

Disbursements 

Payments to Beneficiaries $22,400.00 

Office Expense 855.78 

Postage 313.60 

Transfer of Funds from First Gnion Bank (Market Assess Account) 

to Interest Checking Account 3,444.95 

TOTAL $27,014.33 

Funds on Hand 

Balance Raleigh Federal Savings Bank, December 31 , 1 987 (Checking) . . . $8,331 .31 

Invested in Wachovia Bank & Trust Company 1 5,991 .70 

Invested in WendeU Federal Savings & Loan 18,000.00 

TOTAL DISBGRSEMENTS AND FGNDS ON HAND $69,337.34 

Officers 

President J. K. Bostick, Sr. 

Vice-President Murry L. DeHardt, Jr. 

Secretary-Treasurer Jerry T. Smith 

TRUSTEES YEARENDING 

Robert Bundy 1989 

David Grissom 1989 

Berry Barbour 1991 

H. M. Chrismon, Sr 1993 

Billy F. Seate 1993 



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CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN, 
PLANS COUNCIL RECOMMENDATIONS ON 

The Spirit for Tomorrow Campaign Resolution 

WHEREAS, the Morth Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church 
is committed to winning persons to Christ and to nurturing them into faithful discipleship; 
and, 

WHEREAS, the camping ministry of our conference provides a significant resource 
for such evangelistic and nurturing ministries with children, youth, and adults; and, 

WHEREAS, new congregations and redeveloped congregations offer an abundant 
environment for such ministries; and, 

WHEREAS, major facility improvements are needed at each of the four Conference 
camps; and, 

WHEREAS, systematic reseeirch and planning reveal a present need for at least thirty- 
seven new churches; a number of relocations; and, many redevelopment projects; and, 

WHEREAS, a feasibility study conducted in the spring of 1 986 discovered that United 
Methodists in eastern Morth Carolina, if they feel the causes are justified, would be willing 
to give eight to ten million dollars for church extension and camps; and, 

WHEREAS, the 1 986 session of the Annual Conference, after hearing the results of 
the Capital Funds Feasibility Study, called for a Capital Funds Plans Process to inform 
United Methodists of the needs and to identify a possible way of meeting the needs; and, 

WHEREAS, the 1 987 session of the Annual Conference extended the work of the Capi- 
tal Funds Plans Process; and, 

WHEREAS, the Capital Funds Plans Council has discharged its mandate and shared 
its findings with Charge Conferences throughout the Conference; 

THEREFORE, be it resolved that the North Carolina Annual Conference approve a 
campaign for the summer and fall of 1 988 for camps and church extension. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the United Methodist Church's Office of Finance 
and Field Service be engaged to manage the campaign seeking to raise at least eight mil- 
lion dollars to be divided equally between these two causes; 

WE, THE UHDERSIGNED members of the Plans Council, joined by the members of 
the Conference Cabinet, do hereby offer our personal, individual, full, active, and prayer- 
ful support for this campaign and agree to serve the achievement of the campaign goal 
in any appropriate manner requested to insure its fullest and complete success. 

Submitted in behalf of the Plans Council 

Harry Gatton, Chairperson 

Signed by the Cabinet and the Plans Council 






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TENTATIVE FLOW CHART FOR PROPOSED CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN 
July 1986: 

Office of Finance and Field Service in area to set up office, locate space, hire secretary, 

etc. 
Ju/i/ 1986: 

Develop list of campaign committees. 
July-August 1966: 

Identification of additional major donors. 
July-October 1966: 

Clergy commitments received. 
August 1986: 

District campaign committees in place. 
September-December 1986: 

Information meetings with major prospects. 
September 1968: 

Meetings of clergy to interpret what is expected of pastors and local churches. 
September 1988: 

Every congregation in Annual Conference to have Administrative Board or Administra- 
tive CouncU meeting to have campaign interpreted and to adopt goal for its participa- 
tion. 
October 1986: 

Additional staff from Office of Finance and Field Service to interpret campaign to local 

church campaign leaders. 
October 1986: 

Conference-wide pulpit exchange. 
Nouember 1986: 

Campaign Sunday in each church... Achievement Sunday in each church. 
January 1989: 

Payment period begins for those who did not begin payments in 1 988. 

(This tentative calendar is subject to adjustments made by the Conference Campaign 
Committee as circumstances change in the Annual Conference.) 



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Capital Funds Campaign 

(Church Extension and Camping Requests) 



$500,000 - Salary Support 
for Clergy at New Churches 

$500,000 - Re-development 
of Existing Congregations 



$3,000,000 - Purchase of 
New Church Sites, New Church 
Construction Grants 




$1,000,000 - Renovation 
at Existing Camps 



$2,578,000 -New 

Construction at Camps 



$422,000 - Endowment with interest 
being used for future camp maintenance 
and for professional architect/design fees 



CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES, 
PROGRAM AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS 

Program and Budget Timelines 

From the Discipline, 1 984: 

'All Annual Conference agencies shall submit the elements of programs 
which are to be promoted in, supported by, or implemented by the local 
churches of the conference to the council for consideration, coordinating, 
and calendaring prior to presentation to the local churches. The council 
may request district or Annual Conference agencies to implement a 
program for the entire conference." 

'The council staff shall be responsible, in cooperation with the district 
superintendents, for the implementation of the conference program.' 

(H 726.9b and c) 

(Proposed Dates) 

July 1 2, 1 988 - All dates to be included in the official Conference Calendar for 

1989 are to be in the Conference Council on Ministries 
Director's office. 

August 1 9-20, 1 988 - Age-level Councils Joint MeeUng. 

Sept. -Oct., 1988 - Boards and Agencies meet. 

November 11,1 988 - Any supplementary Budget requests for 1 988 or 1 989 are to be 

in the Conference Council on Ministries Director's office. 
November 11,1 988 - 1 991 Budget Requests and 1 990 Program RecommendaUons 

due in the Conference Council on Ministries Director's office. 



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November 22, 1 988 - Joint Open Hearing vA\h Council on Ministries Budget Commit- 
tee and Representatives of Council on Finance and Administra- 
tion. 

November 22, 1 988 - Conference CouncU on Ministries Budget Committee meeting. 

November 29, 1 988 - Conference Council on Ministries meeting (Budget requests for 

1991 and program recommendations for 1990 considered). 
February 21,1 989 - Conference Council on Ministries. 
AAarch 14,1 989 - Deadline for all reports to be submitted for The 1 989 Conference 

Programs, Reconvnendations and Reports 

1988 Supplemental Program Recommendations 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

51 . That an inclusive Youth Enrichment Team be established to train local church leaders 
to develop and maintain effective youth ministries. To be done as a two-day event in 
February, funded by the Board of Education and Conference Leadership Develop- 
ment, and implemented by the Board of Education. 

52. That there be held a Conference Confirmation Event with the bishop in Raleigh, on 
February 27, 1 988. To be coordinated by the bishop and members of the Board of 
Education and Fellowship of United Methodist Musicians, with funding from the 
Board of Education. 

53. That a white water rafting trip be held in late May/ early June 1 988 for young adults. 
To be implemented by the Board of Education. 

FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

54. That there be established a Conference Internationa] Young Adult Workteam. To be 
implemented by the Board of Missions. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

55. That a workshop on AIDS be held in 1 988 in the Conference to inform parents and 
local churches about this serious social problem. To be implemented and funded by 
the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. 

1989 Program Recommendations for Local Church Consideration 

SPECIAL DAYS TO BE OBSERVED BY EACH LOCAL CHURCH 

LI a. The following are to be observed with special offering as directed by the General Con- 
ference: 

January 15 Human Relations Day 

March 5 One Great Hour of Sharing 

May 21 Peace vA\h Justice Sunday 

October 1 World Communion Sunday 

November 29 United Methodist Student Day 

(To be set by GCOM) Native American Awareness Sunday 

Llb.The following are to be observed vwthout special offering. Most are directed by the 
General Conference: 

April 23 Heritage Sunday 

April 30 Rural Life Sunday 

May 7 Golden Cross Sunday 

October 8 Laity Sunday 

LI c. The following eight dates are to be observed as conference special days for inter- 
pretation and emphasis: 

January 8 Camps Sunday 

January 15 Church Extension Sunday 



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February 12 Friendship Sunday 

April 30 Methodist Foundation Sunday 

AAay 14 Methodist Retirement Homes Emphasis 

July 30 Wesley Foundation/Campus Ministry 

Oct. 15 Access Sunday 

Nov. 19 Methodist Home for Children Emphasis 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

L2. That each local church which has a cemetery consider documenting gravesites 
(register by famUies). To be implemented by the local church historian and the Com- 
mittee on Records and History. 

L3. That each local church consider locating, identifying and cataloguing all its histori- 
cal materials. One copy will be sent to the district superintendent and one copy will 
remain with the local church. To be implemented by the local church historian and 
the Committee on Records and History. 

L4. That each local church consider arranging visits to our conference historical shrines 
and landmarks. Guidance to be provided by the district representatives on the Com- 
mission on Archives and History. To be implemented by the local church historian 
through the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L5. That each local church consider keeping a journal and scrapbook of church events. 
Copies of the documents are to be placed in the scrapbook and the original is to be 
stored. To be implemented by the local church historian and the Committee on 
Records and History through the Council on AAinistries/Adminlstrative Council. 

L6. That each local church consider collecting oral church histories from its elderly mem- 
bers. To be implemented by the local church historian and the Committee on Records 
and History. 

L7. That each local church consider providing funding for fireproof containers for its his- 
torical materials. To be implemented by the local church historian and the Commit- 
tee on Records and History. 

FROM BOARD OF CHRISTIAN UNIT/ AND INTERREUGIOUS CONCERNS 

L8. That each local church consider participating in the activities and programs of Church 
Women United. To be implemented by the local church Council on Ministries/Ad- 
ministrative Council. 

L9. That each local church consider becoming involved in ecumenical and interreligious 
activities such as study, worship, and service projects. To be implemented by the 
Council on Ministries/Administrative Council, with resources provided by the Board 
of Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. 

LlO.That each local church consider participating in CROP walks and/or Shalom Fes- 
tivals. To be implemented by the local church Council on Ministries/Administrative 
Council, with resources provided by the Conference Board of Christian Unity and In- 
terreligious Concerns. 

LI 1 .That each local church consider participating in the World Day of Prayer March 3, 
1 989. To be implemented by the local church Council on AAinistries/Administrative 
Council with resources provided by the Commission on Christian Unity and Inter- 
religious Concerns. 

LI 2.That each local church consider participating in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 
from January 1 5-22, 1 989. To be implemented by the local church Council on Min- 
istries/Administrative Council with resources provided by the Commission on Chris- 
tian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. 



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FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY 

L13.That each local church consider using resources provided by the Board of Church 
and Society to equip its members to help persons in poverty. To be implemented by 
Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

LI 4. That each local church consider observing a Yokefellow Sunday to lift up prison min- 
istries, particularly the Yokefellow Ministry, with resources provided by Board of 
Church and Society and local prison ministry. To be implemented by the Council on 
Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L15.That the local church consider initiating and/or supporting initiatives that address 
housing for the pxx)r, for example. Habitat for Humanity. To be implemented by the 
Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

LI 6.That the local church shall consider continuing studies and projects that inform and 
involve our people in promoting peace and justice. We suggest focusing on one 
volatile issue in 1 989. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administra- 
tive Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

LI y.That each local church consider utilizing the series "Focus on the Family" by Dr. 
James Dodson, available through the Media Center, in conjunction with a Family 
Life Specialist of the Methodist Homes for Children. To be implemented by the Coun- 
cil on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

LlS.That each local church consider providing its young adults the opportunity to view 
the film series "Care and Maintenance of a Good Marriage," available through the 
Media Center, in conjunction with a family life specialist from the Methodist Home 
for Children. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L19.That each local church consider establishing a "talent file" that identifies the older 
adults' abilities for ministries. To be implemented by the local church's Council on 
A\inistries/Administrative Council with resource assistance from the Board of Educa- 
tion. 

L20.That each local church consider hosting a "Young Adult Leadership Resource Team" 
for the purpose of developing and/or strengthening young adult ministries. To be 
funded and implemented by Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 

L21 .That each local church consider conducting a workshop to train Sunday school 
leadership to strengthen and to extend Christian education. To be implemented by 
the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council with resource assistance from the 
Board of Education. 

L22.That each local church consider offering a "Family Life Growth" event. To be imple- 
mented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council with resourcing from the 
Board of Education and/or a Family Life Specialist from the Methodist Homes for 
Children. 

L23.That each local church consider conducting a in-depth Bible study series, such as 
"Disciple Bible Study," "Bethel Bible Study," Trinity Studies," "Kerygma Bible Study," 
and "Serendipidity" to begin in the Fall of 1 989. To be implemented and funded by 
the Council on /Ministries/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OFEVANGEUSM 

L24.That each local church consider a study or workshop on spiritual gifts for ministry. 
To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L25.That each local church consider developing a "Comprehensive Plan for Evangelism" 
for the calendar year of 1 989 that will include clergy and laity participation. To be im- 
plemented by the Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 



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L26.That each pastor consider teaching a sp>ecial course on evangelism. To be imple- 
mented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L27.That each local church consider having a weekly Bible study focusing on the disci- 
pling process. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L28.That each local church consider appointing a person to serve as a "Prayer Advocate" 
to coordinate specific prayer ministries. To be implemented by the Council on Min- 
istries/Administrative Council and United Methodist Men. 

L29.That each local church consider celebrating a "Friendship Sunday" to encourage 
church members to bring unchurched ft-iends. To be implemented by the Council 
on Ministries/ Administrative Council and resourced by the Board of Evangelism. 

L30.That each local church consider cooperating with other United Methodist churches 
in a community survey or census for the purpose of (1) identifying the unchurched 
and (2) giving an evidence of United Methodist presence in caring and sharing min- 
istries. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L31 .That each local church consider using Dr. Charles V. Bryant's program, "Revitalizing 
the Church Through A Lay Visitation Ministry." To be implemented by the Council 
on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

L32.That each local church consider observing Access Sunday on October 1 5. To be im- 
plemented by Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 

L33.That each local church consider offering a family fun night with the Council on Adult 
and Family Life of the Conference providing mailings which would help with family 
activities. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 

L34.That each local church consider working to implement and increase the Scouting 
program among people with handicapping conditions. To be implemented by Coun- 
cil on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L35.That each local church consider emphasizing the Methodist Homes for Children on 
Thanksgiving Sunday and at other times invite speakers from the Children's Home. 
To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L36.That each local church consider emphasizing the Methodist Retirement Homes on 
Mother's Day, May 14, and at other times invite speakers from the Methodist Retire- 
ment Homes. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRIES 

L37.That each local church consider observing a Wesley FoundatiorVCampus Ministry 
Sunday on July 30 (without offering). To be implemented by the Council on Mini- 
stries/Administrative Council. 

L38.That each local church consider sending the names of its high school sophomores, 
juniors, and seniors to Louisburg, North Carolina Wesleyan, Methodist, and Bennett 
Colleges. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L39.That the pastor or chairperson of Higher Education and Campus Ministry/Coor- 
dinator of Outreach consider sending lists of college students with home addresses 
and with schools of intended attendance to CCOM by AAay 31 , 1989. To be imple- 
mented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L40.That each local church consider naming its outstanding high school seniors and 
sending information on them to the district chairperson of Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry by January 1 , 1 990 in order to recognize the districts Five Outstand- 
ing Seniors at a district event. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/Ad- 
ministrative Council. 



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L41 .That each Icxal church consider cooperating with campus ministers in providing 
homes for college students unable to travel to their own homes during holidays. To 
be implemented by Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L42.That each local church consider providing scholarship aid for students attending our 
conference colleges (with special attention given to ethnic minority persons) and 
report to 1 989 Charge Conference those scholarships available by and through the 
local church. To t>e implemented by Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

L43.That each local church consider inviting representatives from our conference col- 
leges to make presentations about their academic programs. To be implemented by 
the Council on AAinistries/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

L44.That each local church consider utilizing Certified Lay Speakers in various ministries 

of the church. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 
L45.That each local church consider selecting a lay person of the year to be recognized 

on Laity Sunday.To be implemented by theCouncil on Ministries/Administrative 

Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

L46.That each local church consider providing at least one scholarship for a leader to at- 
tend Conference Summer School to plan and implement a mission study in the local 
church. To be implemented by Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council. 

L47.That each local church consider having at least one mission study that includes men, 
women, and children in the same course. To be implemented by the Council on Min- 
isti-ies/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE METHODIST BOARD OFPUBUCATION, INC. 

L48.That each local church consider holding a subscription campaign for the Nordi 
Carolina Christian Advocate in February 1 989 and that February 26, 1 989 be Ad- 
vocate Emphasis Sunday. 

L49.That each local church consider accepting as its minimum goal of Advocate sub- 
scriptions 1 per cent of its membership; for example, a church with 500 members 
would have a minimum of 50 subscriptions to the Advocate. 

L50.That each local church consider preparing a rep>ort to the 1988 fall Charge Con- 
ference its willingness to participate in the February 1 989 subscription campaign, 
reporting progress to date on reaching the minimum subscriptions of 1 per cent of 
its membership. 

L51 .That each local church consider nominating to tiie 1 988 fall Charge Conference the 
name of a person to be the Advocate representative. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON REUGIONAND RACE 

L52.That each local church consider holding a pulpit exchange for one Sunday across 
ethnic lines in the Spring of 1 989 for the purpose of dissolving hindrances to open 
itinerancy. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative Council. 

FROM THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP 

L53.That each local church consider organizing a Wills and Estate Planning Task Force 
in keeping with 1 261 .9 of The Book of Discipline. 1984. To be implemented by the 
Council on Ministries/Administrative Council with resource assistance provided by 
the Conference Board of Stewardship and Office of Planned Giving. 

L54.That each local church consider having an estate planning or planned giving 
program/event in 1 989. To be implemented by the Council on AAinisti-ies/Administra- 



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live Council in ccxsperaUon with the local Wills and Estate Planning Task Force and 
the Conference Office of Planned Giving. 

L55.That each local church consider using personnel and resources from the Conference 
Board of Stewardship in developing and strengthening the local church's stewardship 
ministries. To be implemented by the Council on AAinistries/Administrative Council. 

L56.That each local church consider celebraUng the last Sunday in April of 1 989 as Gnited \ 
Methodist Foundation Sunday. To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Ad- 
ministrative Council with resourcing furnished by the Board of Stewardship. 

L57.That each local church consider using the program book Guide to Effective Dis- 
cipleship/Stewardship to take place at a time and as a part of its planning of mini- 
stries for the following year. To be implemented by the Council on 
Ministries/Administrative Council with resourcing from the Board of Stewardship. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROUE OF WOMEN 

L58.That each local church consider providing child care at local church events. To be 
implemented by the local church Council on Ministries/Administrative Council, with 
program resources provided by COSROW and the Board of Education. 

L59.That each local church consider observing "^Vomen in the Pulpit Sunday" on Aprfl 
9, 1 989 or another appropriate date by having a clergywoman in the pulpit for the 
Sunday morning worship service. 

L60.That each local church consider sponsoring an after -school program for elementary 
aged children of employed parents to run throughout the academic year. To be im- 
plemented by the local church Council on Ministries/ Administrative Council, with 
program resources provided by COSROW. 

L61 .That each local church consider evaluating its inclusiveness in worship using wor- 
ship aids distributed by COSROW. To be implemented by local church Council on 
Ministries/Administrative Council with the assistance of COSROW. 

FROM THE FLOOR OF THE N.C. ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

L62.That each local church consider conducting a study of The Articles of Religion of 
the Methodist Church." The study might use as a resource, Doctrinal Standards in 
the Wesleyan Tradition (Francis Asbury Press/Zondervan, 1988) by Thomas C. 
Oden. To be taught by the pastor. 

L63.That each local church consider holding a discussion, or series of discussions, on 
"Abortion and the Church." To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Ad- 
ministrative Council. 

L64 That each local church consider sponsoring and/or supporting "Special Olympics." 
To be implemented by the Council on Ministries/Administrative CouncU. 

L65.That each local church consider having a study about pollution and ecology. To be 
implemented and funded by the Council on AAinistries/Administrative Council. 

1989 Program Recommendations for District Consideration 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Dl . That each District Council on Ministries in cooperation with the district superinten- 
dent consider keeping all district records for historical value including records of 
abandoned, discontinued or merged churches; namely, the Local Church's Pastor's 
Report, Charge Conference actions. Minutes, Roll and Records, Trustees' Report, 
and special Charge Conference actions, that are older than five years; and that these 
be kept in the district office or some other designated place until a Conference Ar- 
chives Repository is established. To be implemented by the District Council on Min- 
istries and the district superintendent. 

D2. That each District Council on /Ministries consider forming a committee to seek ways 
of preserving buildings, grounds, and cemeteries of discontinued local churches. 



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1 utilizing help from local historical societies and descendants of former church mem- 
j bers. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries and the District Board 
I of Trustees. 
|D3. That each District Council on Ministries consider providing a workshop for adult 

leaders of junior and senior high Gnited Methodist Youth leaders on a study in the 
! stewardship/spiritual disciplines of life, using materials suggested by the Board of 

Stewardship. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY AND INTERREUGIOUS CON- 
CERNS 

D4. That the District Council on AAinistries consider encouraging local churches to join 
other congregations in prison ministries. To be implemented by the District Council 
on AAinistries in consultation with the district representative for Christian Gnity and 
Interreligious Concerns. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

D5. That each District Council on Ministries consider holding a District Children's Rally 
in the Spring. To be implemented by the District Council on A\inistries, with consult- 
ation w^th the district children's coordinator and the conference office for children's 
ministries. 

D6. That each District Council on A\inistries consider having district or sub-district or 
cluster Christian Workers' School/training events for the purpose of consolidating 
multiple training programs in a unified opportunity. To be implemented by the Dis- 
trict Council on Ministries. 

D7. That each District Council on AAinistries consider requesting the Christian Workers' 
School Boards of Managers to offer one or more courses that will specifically assist 
local churches in preparing for the proposed new hymnal. To be implemented by 
the District Council on Ministries. 

D8. That each District Council on Ministries consider surveying (1) the music needs of 
all churches in order to determine ways of resourcing them, and (2) evaluating music 
programs already in place; to be forwarded to the Board of Education and the Fel- 
lowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music, and Other Arts. To be implemented 
and funded by the District Council on Ministries. 

D9. That each District Council on AAinistries consider offering a broad range of courses 
in the district Vacation Bible School workshop that include music, crafts, and recrea- 
tion. To be implemented and funded by the District Council on Ministries in consult- 
ation with the district children's coordinator. 

Dl O.That each District Council on Ministries consider holding a district workshop on fami- 
ly crises for leaders in Family Life Ministries. To be implemented by the District Coun- 
cil on Ministries and resourced by the Board of Education and the family life specialists 
from the Methodist Home for Children. 

FROM THE BOARD OFEVANGEUSM 

Dll .That each District Council on Ministries consider sponsoring a training event for pas- 
tors and lay p>ersons in community census taking, sharing the faith, visitation, as- 
similation of members, and conducting Bible studies that focus on discipling and 
evangelism resources and strategies. To be implemented by the District Council on 
Ministries. 

D 12. That each District Council on Ministries consider a Lay Sfseakers' Advance Training 
Session that focuses on "How To Share Your Faith Effectively." To be implemented 
by the District Committee on the Laity. 



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D13.That each District Council on Ministries in cooperation with the district superinten- 
dent consider establishing a resources center for evangelism materials and that it bC' 
located in the district office or some other designated place. To be implemented by 
the District Council on Ministries and the district superintendent. 

Dl 4. That the District Council on Ministries consider utilizing the various media to promote 
its local churches. An example is a billboard with "Catch the Spirit" theme that is either 
permanent or portable. To be implemented and funded by the District Council on 
Ministries. 

DlS.That each District Council on Ministries consider events held at each of the con- 
ference camps on alternate years to the Conference Camp Meeting. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

Dl 6. That each District Council on AAinistries consider having an interpreter for impaired 
hearing at district events. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

Dl 7. That each District Council on Ministries consider Sunday School classes for mental- 
ly handicapped children, youth, and adults. To be implemented by the District Coun- 
cil on /Ministries. 

Dl 8. That each District Council on Ministries consider having a sensitizing and/or educa- 
tional program on AIDS for the District Council on Ministries and district pastors. To 
be implemented by the District Council on Ministries in consultation with the Task 
Force on AIDS. 

FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

Dl 9.That each District Committee on the Laity consider having basic and advanced Lay 
Speaker training courses and other lay events, such as spiritual life retreats. The list 
of certified lay speakers be compiled and circulated annually. To be implemented by 
the District Committee on the Laity. 

D20.That each District Council on Ministries consider conducting a Lay Rally, preferably 
in February. To be implemented by the District Committee on the Laity. 

D21 .That each District Council on /Ministries consider selecting a Lay Person of the Year 
and recognizing the person at the District Lay Rally. To be implemented by the Dis- 
trict Committee on the Laity. 

FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

D22.That each District Council on /Ministries consider a planned itineration event of avail- 
able missionaries. To be implemented by the District Council on /Ministries in 
cooperation with the district missionary secretary and to be funded by the Board of 
/Missions and the District Council on /Ministries. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN 
D23.That each District Council on /Ministries, in coop>eration with other groups, consider 
providing child care at all district raUies, conferences, January Workshops, and other 
events. To be implemented by the District Council on /Ministries. 
D24.That each District Council on /Ministries consider holding a seminar for "Retirement 
Concerns and Needs of Women" to provide training and resources for leaders within 
local churches. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

FROM THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP 

D25.That each District Council on /Ministries, in consultation with the district superinten- 
dent, consider having a District Interpretation Rally that will include a presentation 
on the Stewardship Consultant /Ministry from the Board of Stewardship. To be im- 
plemented by the District Council on Ministries. 
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D26.That each District Council on Ministries consider placing a North Carolina Christian 
Advocate in nursing homes, retirement homes, hospitals, and public libraries wthin 
each district. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

D27.That each District CouncU on Ministries support the Cape Fear Walks to Emmaus in 
the spring and fall and that the dates be obtained from the lay director of the Cape 
Fear Emmaus community. To be implemented by the District Council on Ministries. 

1989 Program Recommendations Directed to the Annual Conference 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Al. That during 1988-1989 a plan be developed to prepare a history of women and 
women's work within the North Carolina Conference in accord with the General Con- 
ference guidelines. To be implemented by the Commission on Archives and History 
in cooperation with COSROW and GMW. 

A2. That during 1 988-1 992 all conference boards, agencies and related institutions have 
their historical materials and artifacts located, identified and catalogued, and that a 
directory of them be printed. To be implemented by the Commission on Archives 
and History and the Conference historian. 

A3. That during 1 988-1 992 corvsideration be given to microfilming historical records and 
documents and to the purchase of microfilm readers for North Carolina Conference 
use. To be implemented by the Conference trustees and the Commission on Ar- 
chives and History. 

A4. That the computerization of the "Historical Records" of pastoral appointments be 
continued. To be implemented by the Commission on Archives and History. 

FROM THE COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNIT/ AND INTERREUGIOUS CON- 
CERNS 

A5. That there be ongoing dialogue opportunities among Gnited Methodists, other 
Protestant traditions. Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholics, and Jews. To be imple- 
mented by the Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns. 

FROM THE BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY 

A6. That an Adult Study Tour of the Gnited Nations be held to promote international un- 
derstanding in 1 989. To be implemented by the Board of Church and Society. 

FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

A7. That the conference shall have a Bishop's Confirmation Class in Raleigh in February 
1 989. To be coordinated by a design team to include the bishop and youth commit- 
tee members of the Board of Education, Worship and Fellowship of Gnited Methodist 
Musicians. 

A8. That a design team, including ethnic minority local church participation, identify con- 
sultants who could develop and implement a program to help initiate Sunday School 
growth and/or extensksn in churches that request this service. To be implemented 
by the Board of Education. 

A9. TTiat a booklet of program ideas for Singles AAinistry be compiled and mailed to each 
local church by September 1 989. Cost - $300 by the Board of Education. To be im- 
plemented by an advisory committee of the Board of Education. 

Al O.That a conference event for renewing and developing local program ideas for Older 
Adults be considered for May 1 989. To be implemented by a Board of Education 
Design Team and the Older Adult Advisory Committee. 

All. That a conference young adult "Spiritual Life Retreat" shall be considered for 
February 3-5, 1 989 at Salter Path Ramada Inn vwth the theme "Whose am I?" To be 
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Al 2. That a conference work team for young adults shall l>e considered for August 1 989 
to take place in an Ethnic Minority Local Church setting, funded by the Board o 
Education, Board of Missions and Ethnic Minority Local Church Committee. To hi 
implemented by the Board of Education in conjunction with Young Adult Council 

A13.That the work of Teaching, Learning, Caring (TLC), especially in Ethnic Minorit} 
Local Churches, be promoted through use of displays and publicity at conference 
and district events. To be implemented by the Board of Education and TLC Teams 

A14.That the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worsliip, Music and Other Arts, ir 
cooperation with the Board of Education, shall consider the development of a 
resource list of persons with expsertise in various areas of music ministry with specia 
attention to the music needs of the Ethnic Minority Local Church and make the lisl 
available to local church musicians; to be funded by the Board of Education. To be 
implemented by the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music and Othe 
Arts and the Board of Education. 

Al S.That persons from across the conference, especially in Ethnic Minority Local Chur- 
ches, be recruited for a Teaching, Learning, Caring (TLC) team member. Training 
event to be held in April 7-8, 1 989 in a conference camp. This is to be funded and 
implemented by the Board of Education with resources furnished by existing TLC 
members. 

Al 6.That a conference Parent/Child Festival, including Ethnic Minority Local Church par- 
ticipation, be considered in the Spring of 1 989 at a large church or on a college cam- 
pus with nationally-known, innovative leadership for children and parents. To be 
implemented by the Board of Education Children's Committee. 

Al 7.That a White Water Rafting Trip for young adults be held June 2 & 3, 1 989 at Nan- 
tahalia Outdoor Center. To be implemented by the Board of Education and the Con- 
ference Council on Young Adult Ministries. 

Al S.That a leadership training program for leaders in establishing and maintaining singles 
ministries be held in May 1 989 at Atlantic Beach, Morehead City. To be funded from 
participation fees and by the Board of Education. Resource persons: Karen Green- 
wait, Dick Dunn, Billy Riggs, Burney Collins, Linda Grant and Camille Yorkey. 

A19.That a contemporary Christian music festival/workshop be held in November 1989 
at one of our conference colleges. To be implemented by a design team drawn from 
the Board of Education, the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music and 
Other Arts, Conference Youth Council, Methodist College and augmented by addi- 
tional resource persons. To be funded by the Board of Education and from par- 
ticipant fees. 

A20.That the Youth Music Workshop and Concert Tour be held in June at Methodist Col- 
lege; to be funded by participant fees and implemented by the Conference Council 
on Youth Ministries in conjunction with the Fellowship of United Methodists in Wor- 
ship, Music and other arts. 

A21 .That a conference Handbell Festival be held during AAarch at Methodist College; and 
implemented by the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music and other 
Arts in conjunction with the Board of Education. To be funded by participant fees. 

A22.That current youth programs be conUnued as follows: 

LASER February 17-19 

Rally Day February 25 

Handbell Festival March 3 & 4 

UM Study Tour April 1-7 

Junior High Weekend April 7-9 

Appalachian Trial Hike June 1 7-24 

Youth Music Workshop June 18-25 



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Junior High Workshop June 26^uly 1 

Senior High Workshop July 10-15 

Annual Conference Session for Youth (ACS) July 24-29 

Two Mission Work Teams August 

Leadership Training September 15-17 

Senior High Weekend November 1 0-1 2 

They will be funded by the Board of Education, Ethnic Minority 
Scholarship funds and participant fees. 

FROM THE BOARD OFEVANGEUSM 

A23.That a conference workshop on adult and youth evangelism for the ethnic minority 
local churches be held in the Spring. To be implemented by the Board of Evangelism 
Committee on Ethnic Minority Evangelism. 

A24.That at each Annual Conference session the Denman Evangelism Award be given 
to at least one lay and one clergy person. To be implemented by the Board of Evan- 
gelism. 

A25.That the Duke University Divinity School be encouraged to offer courses in evan- 
gelism, especially in personal evangelism methods and strategies. To be imple- 
mented by the Board of Evangelism. 

A26.That plans be established for May 18-20, 1990 Conference Camp Meeting. To be 
implemented by the Board of Evangelism. 

FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES 

A28.That the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries mail a semi-annual newsletter to 
families with p>ersons with handicapping conditions. To be implemented by the Board 
of Health and Welfare Ministries. 

A29.That at least one summer camping experience at Camp Chestnut Ridge be for the 
developmentally disabled, providing experiences for children, youth and adults. To 
be implemented by the camp directors in consultation with the Board of Health and 
Welfare Ministries. To be funded from peirticipant fees. 

A30.That a children's camp for mentally retarded children be held in the summer at our 
conference camps. To be implemented by the camp directors in consultation with 
the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. To be funded from participant fees. 

A31 .That a minister-in-residence program at Louisburg College, Methodist College and 
N.C. Wesleyan College be offered, whereby a minister selected by the cabinet will 
serve as a minister-in-residence for one week, with a different minister serving one 
week each month during February, AAarch, October and Movember. To be imple- 
mented by the Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry in cooperation with 
the colleges and the cabinet. 

A32.That the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries develop educational and promotion- 
al materials to assist persons in the local church to understand better persons with 
handicapping conditions and how to minister to them. To be implemented by the 
Committee on Ministry with Persons with Handicapping Conditions of the Board of 
Health and Welfare /Ministries. 

A33.That a catalog be designed listing programs that local churches might employ to 
minister to persons with handicapping conditions in its community and congrega- 
tion. To be implemented by the Committee on AAinistry with Persons with Handicap- 
ping Conditions of the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries. 

A34.That the Board of Health and Welfare Ministries develop educational and promotion- 
al material to assist persons in the local church to understand better persons with 
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FROM THE BOARD OF LAITY 

A34.That a Boy Scout Camporee be held September 9-11,1 989, at Camp Rockfish anci 
that a camporee for Girl Scouts and 4H's be held May 6-8, 1 989, at Camp Chestnu ' 
Ridge. To be funded by the Scouting Committee of the United Methodist Men anci 
with participants' fees. To be implemented by the United Methodist Men's Scoutincl 
Committee. 

A35.That a conference United Methodist Men's retreat be held in 1 989. To be impleJ 
mented by the Board of Laity and the United Methodist Men. 

A36.That January Workshops for local church officer-training be held in each districlij 
January 9, 1 0, and 11,1 989. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A37.That a conference Layperson of the Year be selected and honored during the 1 989 
Morth Carolina Annual Conference. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A38.That the Board of Laity consider providing orientation and training for the lay mem 
bers of the Annual Conference in each district prior to the Annual Conference ses- 
sion. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A39.That a conference program to develop lay shepherding ministries in the local chur- 
ches be conducted in the Spring of 1 989 with training sessions for lay shepherds to 
be given in each district and consultants prepared to go to local churches to assist 
in planning and development. To be implemented by the Board of Laity. 

A40.That a "Bishop's Dinner" be held in Wilmington with Scouts and leaders from across 
the Conference, funded by the United Methodist Men and the Board of Laity and par- 
ticipant fees. To be implemented by the United Methodist Men Scouting Committee 
and the District United Methodist Men. 

FROM THE METHODIST BOARD OF PUBUCATION. INC. 

A4 1 .That the N. C. Christlem. Advocate continue to offer special subscription rates for chur- 
ches in which every resident family subscribes to the Advocate and for churches in 
which every family on the Administrative Board subscribes to the Advocate, the 
former to be known as All-Family Plan churches and the latter as All-Administrative 
Board Plan Churches. In small- member churches in which the functions of the Coun- 
cil on Ministries have been combined with those of the Administrative Board to form 
an Administrative Council, the rates shall be the same as those for All-Administrative 
Board Plan Churches. In All-Administrative Board Plan Churches (including those 
with Administrative Councils), aU other subscriptions may be entered at the special 
All-Administrative Board Plan rate. 

A42.That all pastors under appointment be encouraged to pay for their own subscription 
to the Advocate at the appropriate rate. 

A43.That the N.C. Christian Advocate continue its endowment campaign. 

FROM THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

A44.That a conference workshop be held in the Spring of 1 989 for ethnic minority local 
churches to provide leadership training for ethnic minority local church Councils on 
Ministries, Administrative Councils, Administrative Boards, Sunday School teachers, 
youth leaders, family and older adult ministries coordinators. To be held in the Rock- 
ingham District and implemented and funded by the Board of Missions. 

A45.That two work teams be provided, one with national scope and the other with inter- 
national scope, be developed to increase the participants' knowledge of domestic 
and foreign cultures, with programming resources and some funding provided by 
the Board of Amissions and some from participant fees. To be implemented by the 
Volunteers in Mission Committee of the Board of Missions and the Council on Young 
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^46.That a four week internationa] study tour take place in the summer of 1 989 to in- 
crease youth participants' knowledge of domesUc and foreign cultures, with program- 
ming resources and some funding provided by the Board of Missions and some 
funding from participant fees and some funding from Youth Service Fund. To be 
implemented by the Council on Youth Ministries and the Volunteers in Mission Com- 
mittee of the Board of Missions. 

\47.That the Volunteers in Missions Committee of the Board of Missions sponsor inter- 
national and national work projects, providing training, orientation, and publicity, 
f and seeking ethnic minority involvement. To be implemented by the Volunteers \n 
Mission Committee of the Board of Missions. 

^FROM THE COMMISSION ON OUTDOOR AND CAMPING MINISTRIES 
A48.Camp Don-Lee Program Dates: 

Work Camp April 7-9 

Adult Wonders Camp May 24-26 

' Family Camp jujy 9.15 

Adult Hobie Sailing May 280une 3 

June 18-24 
July 9-15 

Adult Sailing School May 26-28 

Cruise School AprU 3-6 

May 29 June 1 

Leadership-In-Training June 1 1 July 8 

Advance Sailing Camp July 1 6-August 5 

Two-Week Youth Sailing Camp June 1 1 -24 

June 25-July 8 

Julyl6-July29 

July30-Augustl2 

Two-Week Elementary Camp June 1 8 July 1 

July 23-August 5 

One-Week Older Elementary/Youth Camps June 11-17 

June 18-24 

June 25 July 1 

July 2-8 

July 16-22 

July 23-29 

July 30-August 5 

August 6-12 

Three-Day Younger Elementary June 11-14 

August 6-9 
August 9-12 

Music Camp August 13-16 

A49.Camp Rockfish Program Dates: 

Family Retreat Weekend April 7-9 

Day Camp Leaders Training Event April 29 

Rockfish Open House April 30 

Staff Training May30June 9 

Youth White Water Canoe Camp June 1 0-1 7 

Older Elementary - one week June 11-17 

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June 25 July 1 



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July 2-8 

July 23-29 

July 30-August 5 

August 6-12 

Youth Camp - one week June 18-24 

July 23-29 

Younger Bementary June 11-14 

June 14-17 
July 16-1 9 
July 19-22 

Treehouse Camp - Elementary - one week June 11-17 

July 16-22 
July 30-August 5 

Treehouse Camp - Youth - one week June 1 8-24 

2-Week Elementary Camp June 250uly 8 

July 30-August 12 

2-Week Youth Camp June 18-July 1 

Caravan Camp - two weeks July 9-22 

2-Week Youth - Reach Out at Rockfish (ROAR) July 23-August 5 

Scout Retreat Weekend September 8-1 

ASO.Camp Chestnut Ridge Program Dates: 

Camporee: Girl Scouts, Campfire 4H'ers May 12-14 

Staff Training May 18-26 

Murdoch Center Camp May 29-June 9 

Younger Elementary Camp June 1 8-21 

July 21 -24 
July 23-26 
July 26-29 

Older Elementary Camp June 11-17 

June 18-24 

June 25 July 1 

July 9-1 5 

July 16-22 

July 23-29 

July 30-August 5 

Youth Camp June 11-17 

July 9-15 

July 16-22 

July 23-29 

July 30-August 5 

Horsemanship Specialty Camp June 11-17 

Two-Week Older Elementary Camp July 9-22 

Two-Week Youth Camp June 18-July 1 

Mentally Handicapped Children's Camp June 26 July 1 

Mentally Handicapped Adult Camp August 7-12 

A51 .That the Commission on Outdoor and Camping A%iistries offer a youth retreat to be 
held July 23-August 5 at Camp Rockfish. To be implemented by the Commission on 
Outdoor and Camping Ministries. 
A52.That the Commission on Outdoor and Camping Ministries offer senior adult retreats 
on April 3-6 and May 24 June 1 at Camp Don-Lee. To be implemented by Outdoor 
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FROM THE BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP 

\53.That 1 989 be proclaimed the Year of the Tithe in the Annual Conference with the 
Board of Stewardship providing resources for each local church to promote the prac- 
tice of tithing. To be implemented by the Board of Stewardship. 

"TiOM THE BOARD OF WORSHIP 

\54.That the Board of Worship make available to local pastors in the October coordinated 
mailing, a Lectionary Resource. To be funded from the Board of Worship and imple- 
mented by members of the Board of Worship. 

A55.That a workshop be designed to assist local churches with their worship needs, in a 
location deemed available to these churches in October 1 989 with programming 
resources provided by the Board of Worship. To be implemented and funded by the 
Board of Worship. 

A56.That a seminar on the Multiple Staff Church be held in 1 989 with nationally known 
leadership to assist in development of the unique resources of the large church in 
staffing, financing, programming, and missional outreach opportunities. To be 
funded by the Boeird of Evangelism, Board of Missions, and through participant fees. 
To be implemented jointly by the Board of Evangelism and the Board of Missions. 

1989 Program Recommendations Referred to Other Agencies 

REFER TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Rl. That the "Bishop's Award of Excellence" be presented to outstanding United 
Methodist Church sponsored Scout unit(s) at Annual Conference in 1 989. To be im- 
plemented and funded by the Scouting Committee of the Board of Laity. 

REFER TO COMMISSION ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

R2. That each District Council on Ministries consider locating, identifying, and catalogu- 
ing all historical material and artifacts belonging to the district, copies to be filed with 
the Conference Archives and in the district office. To be implemented by the district 
representative on the Commission on Archives and History. 

REFER TO THE BOARD OFEVANGEUSM 

R3. That a conference communities survey be conducted by all churches for the pur- 
poses of a) identifying the unchurched and b) giving witness to the United 
Methodist presence of caring and sharing ministries. To be implemented by the 
Board of Evangelism. 

TO THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 

R4. That the staff of the Methodist Retirement Homes consider establishing a program 
which utilizes their distinctive skills to provide field services to meet the special needs 
of older adults in the North Carolina Conference. 

R5. That a ministerial fitness program be offered to minister of the Morth Carolina An- 
nual Conference. To be implemented by the Board of Health and Welfare /Ministries. 

REFER TO THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRIES 
R6. That the Conference Council on Ministries distribute to appropriate campus mini- 
sters and to United Methodist Churches in the vicinity of campuses or to other con- 
ferences as appropriate the relevant list of United Methodist students sent in by local 
church chairpersons of Higher Education and Campus Ministries or the pastor. To 
be implemented by the staff related to the Bocird of Higher Education and Campus 
Ministries. 

REFER TO THE BOARD OF LAITY FOR INCLUSION IN JANUARY WORKSHOPS 
R7. That each District Council on Ministries consider having a district workshop for train- 
ing local church historians and Committee on Records and History, training on how 



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to collect and catalog archuval materials. To be implemented by the District Counci 
on Ministries and district representative on the Commission on Archives and History 
R8. That the Board of Laity consider including in the January Workshops a course thai 
would prepare local church leaders in the use of the proposed new hymnal. 

REFER TO THE COMMISSION OM REUGION AND RACE 

R9. That the Commission on Religion and Race give to our conference colleges infor- 
mation about ethnic minority potential students who may be eligible for scholarship 
aid, such as identified in the 1 989 Charge Conference Report. 

REFER TO THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN AND TO 

THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 

RlO.That each local church consider establishing a conference-wide health insurance 
group program for UMC members with program resources and implementatior 
provided by COSROW and the Board of Health and Welfare /v\inistries, that will in- 
clude provisions for a participant health screening program. 

TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CONFERENCE SUMMER SCHOOL | 

Rl 1 .That the Conference Summer School consider having a class in 1 989 on Health and ' ' 
Wholeness. 

1989 Policy Recommendations 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN 

PI . That child care be provided at the session of the North Carolina Conference and all 
other events. To be implemented by the planning and responsible committee for 
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

P2. That each District Council on A'Unistries include the district coordinator of older adult 
ministries as a member. 

P3. That direct mailing be made to single adults to inform them of programs and ac- 
tivities offered by the Conference. To be implemented by the Board of Education. 

THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

P4. Advance Special: That each local church shall consider giving to at least one project 

in each lane of the Advance: World, National, Ethnic Minority Local Church, GMCOR, 

Hunger and Conference. 

A. Lane One: World Division 

(1 ) Missionary Salary Support (No 008986-5H-Z). $2 AAillion Special Emphasis 
Fund for Emerging personnel needs. Also, local church support for a specific 
missionary is encouraged. A church can be an official missions sponsor with 
annual support of $1 ,000 or more, or $3.00 per member. Also salary sup- 
port for National Workers and overseas countries is needed to encourage 
indigenous missionary leadership (No. 007685-2 H-T). 

(2) Equipment, Nl, India, (No. 000466-7H-0). To buy a motorcycle and bicycles, 
laboratory equipment for four schools, typewriters and hospital equipment. 

(3) Health Program, GC, Bolivia (No. 008767-3R-A). To coordinate the health 
programs across Bolivia in which the United Methodist Church is participat- 
ing. 

(4) African Church Growth and Development Program, (No.008233-0 H-T). To 
help provide leadership training and church construction in this area of rapid 
Christian growth. 

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(1) St. Andrew's Potato Project (No. 801600-0). This project helps alleviate 
hunger by distributing surplus potatoes. 

(2) Hinton Rural Life Center. A Leadership Training Center in western North 
Carolina used by United Methodists in the Southeastern Jurisdiction for 
program (No. 731372-2). For construction of units for small groups and to 
repair existing buildings (No. 731374-4). 

(3) Robeson Co. Church & Community Center, (No. 791 74-0). A unique min- 
istry, involving a tri-racial population of 91 ,000 in Robeson County, N.C. 

(4) CJnited Methodist Volunteers-In-Mission, (No. 982875-6). To provide 
guidance, training and placement for persons/groups wishing to serve on 
missions on a short-term basis. 

(5) SEJ Association for Native American Ministries 

C. Lane Three: United Methodist Committee on Relief (GMCOR) 

(1) Emergency Relief Efforts, World Wide (No. 982450-8). Year after year, the 
greatest need of GMCOR is for undesignated funds for quick respx^nse to 
emergencies overseas. 

(2) Special Program (No. 982362-8). Locating and treating children with 
leprosy. 

(3) Child Support AAinistries in Asi^acific (No. 201 225-8). GMCOR is assisting 
needy children with food, clothing, medical and nutritional assistance and 
vocational training. 

(4) Heifer Project International (code 982532-1 ; code 982530-8) 

D. Lane Four: Hunger 

(1 ) Church World Service Community Hunger Appeal (No. 982380-1 ). To help 
alleviate hunger in overseas situations. 

(2) Give Ye Them to Eat (No. 007629-3D-T). A program to combat hunger in 
Mexico. 

(3) Thailand Child NutriUon, Thailand, (No. 275050-1) A^lnutriUon is being 
decreased through fish jxsnds, duck raising, innovative sanitation efforts in 
56 villages. 

(4) Wells, Water and Irrigation-India (No. 21 2908-5). Development of wells and 
irrigation ponds is the aim of this program which gives technical and finan- 
cial assistance. 

(5) Cemudri Food, Land and Farmers (No. 1 56250-7). To setup a "Butcher- 
shop in the backyard." An agriculture program and design appropriate tech- 
nology such as grain dryers. 

E. Lane Five: Ethnic Minority Local Church & Projects 

(1 ) Larger Native American Parish 

(2) Black Church Development 

(3) Asian Church Development 

(4) Walnut Terrace, Raleigh District 

(5) Hickory Grove, Rockingham District 

(6) Fairview, Rockingham District 

F. Lane Six: Conference 

(1 ) All churches 5 years old or less 

(2) Yokefellow Prison AAinistry of North Carolina 

(3) Food Bank of North Carolina. An ecumenical hunger project. Receives and 
distributes food that is surplus or cannot be sold. 

(4) Fayetteville Grban Ministry. An ecumenical ministry providing food, cloth- 
ing, fuel, literacy classes, relational skills. 



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(5) Coastal Area Ministries. These four outreach ministries reach thousands c 
people each summer: Circus Tent, Agape Inn and 2 Seaman's Centers. 

(6) United Methodist Camps. These funds help with scholarships and meetinc 
other needs of the camping program at Camps Don-Lee, Rockfish, Chestnu 
Ridge and Kerr Lake. 

(7) District Mission Societies. These may be organized within a district to mee 
needs in the areas of church extension and missionary needs within the dis 
trict. 

(8) Wesley Foundations. Funds given to assist United Methodist ministries a 
Duke, GNC-CH, ECU, NCSG, PSG. 

(9) District Christmas Offering. This fund is supervised by the District Superin 
tendent. 

(10) Isa Grant Scholarship Fund. To provide volunteer work team scholarshipf 
for persons who could not otherwise participate in a work team experience 

(11) General Scholarship Fund for Louisburg, Methodist, M.C. Wesleyan Col 
leges and Duke Divinity School. 

(12) Goldsboro District Ministry to Migrants. 

(13) Conference Mission Work Teams. These funds help short-term volunteers 
go in GS and overseas to assist with construction or meeting physical oi 
spiritual needs of people. 

(14) Albermarle Food Bank/Food Pantry, Inc. 

(1 5) Benevolent support for Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. residents. 

(16) Benevolent support for Methodist Home for Children residents. 

(17) Urban AMnistry of Raleigh, an ecumenical ministry providing food, shelter, 
clothing and other services. 

THE METHODIST BOARD OF PUBUCATIOHS. INC. 

P5. That if the North Carolina Christian Advocate representative be elected by the charge 

conference, that person be chosen from the members at large of the Administrative 

Board/Administrative Council. 

AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER 
CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

Delete the following paragraph: 

Council on Young Adult Ministries 

Membership shall be composed of the following: the district coordinators of young 
adult ministries, and either one loay person or one clergyperson from each district so that 
there will be one lay person and one clergyperson from each district (one of whom shall 
be a young adult), to be nominated by the district superintendent. 

Add this new paragraph: 

Council on Young Adult Ministries 

Membership shall be comprised of one clergy and one lay representative from each 
district plus the campus minister from each college or university with a United Methodist 
campus ministry and/or a Wesley Foundation campus ministry. 



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NOMINATIONS 
Local Camp Committees 

A CAMP CHESTNUT RIDGE 
Jan Thomas, Manager/Director 
Owen Fitzgerald, Cabinet Representative 
1 989:Anna Gail Workman, Dennis Levin, Belton Joyner, Gayle Ballard, Carolyn 

Smith 
1 990:Charles Staton, Thomas Gates, David Ray, John Warren 
1 991 Jake Woodall, Devair Vickory, Walter Shanklin, Margaret Holmes, Jane 

Finch 
1992:Margaret Ann Biddle, Lottie Weaver, Mike Sykes, Lee Rivet 
B. CAMP DON-LEE 

John Farmer, Manager/Director 
Whit Warren, Cabinet Representative 

1 989:Maxine Wiggins, Ed Braswell, Donna Benton, Anna W. Blair 
1990:Gay Blocker, Dan Earnhardt, Jim Bassett, Bobbie Hewlett, David Edwards 
1 991 :Ed Davis, Sam Loy, Jerry Phillips, Vance Sullivan, Jake Behnke 
1 992:James Gaskins, Jim Sugg, Verne Womack, Hilda Alford, Jim Durham 
C CAMP KERR LAKE 

Joe Bethea, Cabinet Representative 

1989:Mike Austin, Jimmy Adams, C. B. Mitchell, Suzanna Helms, Jack Radford 
1990:Sid Stafford, Allen Wentz, Howard Stewart, Lonnie Ingle 
1 991 :Bob Spain, Jim Stone, Wallace Dryden, Tom Loftis 
1992:James Carpenter, Phil Hayes, Ken Warren, Fred Pippin, Jim Dawkins 
D. CAMPROCKFISH 

Bob Pryor, Manager/Director 

Helen Crotwell, Cabinet Representative 

1989:Ralph Plummer, E. C. Lancaster, Becky Stewart, Howard Anderson, John 

Bergland 
1990:Keith Glover, Ann Ross, Ben McCallum, Virginia Steagal, Betty Verbist 
1 991 :David Settemeyer, William Greene, Claire Pearson 
1992: Linda Richards, Russell Taylor, John Buie, James Smith 
Campus Ministry/Trustee Nominations 
A. BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 
1 . COLLEGE AMD GMIVERSITY TRUSTEES 

How college trustees are seIected:The nominating committee of each board 
of trustees selects a list of nominees to fill vacancies and submits these along 
with a biographical statement to the full board at its fall meeting; the in- 
dividual boards of trustees approve these and they are submitted to the 
Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry for consideration at its 
spring meeting. The Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry has 
biographical information supplied to it by each institution of higher educa- 
tion. The Board of Higher Education approves the new nominations at its 
spring meeting, and then presents them to the North Carolina Conference 
for approval at its June meeting. 

a. Bennett College (none to be elected) 

b. Duke University (none to be elected in 1 988) 

c. Greensboro College 
Class of 1992 

• Marshall T. Spears, Jr., attn.& prtnr.. Spears, Barnes, Baker, Hoof, 
Wainio & Holleman, member of Duke Memorial UMC 



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• WUliam S. Jones, Brd.Chm., Boren Clay Products, member of West 
Market CMC 

• L.KlyntRipple,Pres.,WelcomeMill.Co.,mbr.of Lexington: First GMC 

d. High Point College (none to be elected) 

e. Louisburg College 
Class of 1991 

• Charles H. Mercer, Jr., Raleigh, for term to expire 6/30/91, filling 
unexpired term of James H. Limer, deceased 

Class of 1992 

• T. M. Faggart.Sanford, for term to exp.6/30/92,succeeding himself 

• AAildred P. Fry,Raleigh, for term to exp. 6/30/92, succeeding herself 

• Ann Jennings Goodwin,Wilson, for term to exp.6/30/92, succeed-j 
ing herself 

• Bruce Hargrove,Raleigh,for term to exp.6/30/92,succeeding him- 
self 

• Owen G. Kenan.Chapel Hill,for term to exp.6/30/92, succeeding 
himself 

• Willis E. Marshall, Tarboro, for term to expire 6/30/92, succeeding 
himself 

• Dillard M. Powell,Cary,for term to exp.6/30/92, succeeding himself 

• John A. Rogers, Kittrell.for term to exp.6/30/92, succeeding himself 

• James A.Weathers,Louisburg,for term to exp.6/30/92, succeeding 
himself 

f. Methodist College 
Class of 1991 

• Timothy R. Smith, Owner, T. R. Smith, Inc., member of White Plains 
GMC, replacing Herman Winberry 

Class of 1992 

• John W. Wyatt, Jr. , Pres. , Valley Auto World, member of Haymount 
GMC, replacing J. Nelson Gibson 

• Richard R. Allen, succeeding himself 

• Walter Clark, succeeding himself 

• Murray O. Duggins, succeeding himself 

• Joseph M. Hatcher, Sr., succeeding himself 

• 1. H. O'Hanlon, succeeding himself 

• Terry Sanford, succeeding himself 

• William W. Sherman, Jr., succeeding himself 

• H. Signey Huggin 111, succeeding himself 

g. N. C. Wesleyan College 
Class of 1990 

• Gayle C. Felton, Gnited Methodist clergy, prof, at Meredith Coll., 
succeeding M. Randall Baker 

Class of 1991 

• Mack B. Pearsall, Attn., Brd.Chm., Pearsall Operating Co., succeed- 
ing Charles M. Edwards 

• Nash N . Winstead, Provost & Vice Chanc. , NC State Gniv. , succeed- 
ing John C. Russell 

Class of 1992 

• E. Walton Jones, Pres.,NC Business & Techn.Corp., filling vacancy 

• William E. Prather, Jr., Pres.& Chf.Op.Off.I, Hardee's Food Systems, 
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• Albert Shuler, pastor, John Wesley GMC, fUling vacancy by resigna- 
tion of J. B. Parvin 

• Jeff D. Batts, succeeding himself 

• Leon A. Dunn, Jr., succeeding himself 

• Jack L. Hunter, succeeding liimself 

• William H. Kincheloe, succeeding himself 

• Mary B. Yarborough, succeeding herself 
GMITED METHODIST CAMPGS MINISTRIES 

a. AST State University Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Thea Blount, Rick Bradley, Lloyd Dillard, Lisa DuBois, Michael 
Eure, Kristy Moore, Amanda Patterson, Yolunda Potts, Wendell 
Smith, Darryl Towns, Veronica Walker, Cassandra White, Cynthia 
Williams, Eddie Williams 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• James Armstrong, Samuel Dunn, Beatrice Herbin, Waymon Mc- 
Laughlin 

At Large (4) 

• Gilda Gilland, AAilford Marshall, Brent Timmons, Naomi Wynn 
District At Large (4) 

• Avery Brown, Glenn Lyles, Paul Perkins, Glen Rankin 
Ex-Officio 

• Joseph Bethea, Myrtis Davis, James Feree, Jim C. Gilland, Belton 
Joyner, John L. McWhoter, Hazel Smith 

b. Appalachian State University, Wesley Foundation Board 
Students (12) 

• Maddie Baker, Bryan Barlow, Susan Bowden, Hannah Cocke, 
Tamara Curtis, David Hendrix, Leslie Lynch, Keith Oxendine, Mike 
Reynolds, Nina Rich, Karen Summerville, Ray Tutterow 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Bob Dunnigan, Jim Garner, Tom Rhyne, Linda Weldon 
District At Large (4) 

• Al Bandy, Barbara Dunnigan, Ellen Payne, George Peeler 
Ex-Officio 

• Michael Brown, Frank Edwards, John Magnuson, Phyllis Mag- 
nuson, John McWhorter, Jonell Robinson, Marion Swann 

c. Pembroke State University Wesley Foundation Board of Directors (not 
available) 

d. Raleigh Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 

• Joseph Bethea - District Supt., Bill Sharpje - Campus Minister 
Students (12) 

• Gwen Clark, Heather Dees, Denise Hager, Chris Home, Paul In- 
gram, Kirk Krauss, John Lewis, Anna McCants, Kim Schubert, 
Brenda Spake, Mark Teaguel, Michelle Wells 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Laura Bottomley, Doris Litchfield, Gene Lowrimore, Adaire 
Robertson 

Local Churches (4) 

• Jesse Brunson, Ben Gravely, Henry Jarrett, Sam Newman 
District At Large (4) 

• Edith Cleaves, Charles Herrin, Ann McLawhon, Margot Richter 



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Ex-Officio 

• William Bingham, Jimmy Creech, Susan Hobbs, Belton Joyner, 
Cammy Mullen, B. J. Thomas 

United Methodist Campus Ministry at Duke 
Finance Committee 

• Angela Beaver, Henry Estevez, Penny Jones, Rachael Moots, Erick | 
Sayers 

Campus/Parish Relations 

• John Bitterkofer, Dana Davis, Nancy Ferree-Clark, Rob Freund, 
Doug Gatlin, David Hays, Mark Hipps, Jane C. Moorman, Jeffrey 
Tucker 

Facilities 

• Laura Baum, Sam Dixon, Leslie Marsicano, Karen Westervelt 
Nominations 

• John Bitterkofer, Sarah Carroll, Julie Forbes, Leslie Marsicano, Ron 
Patton, Susan Zapotoczny 

Members At Large 

• Leslie Harless - President, Erik Thomas - Treasurer 
Members of the State Convnission 

• Brian Gentle, Belton Joyner, Wallace Kirby 
Members from Local Churches 

• Sam Dixon - Calvary, Henry Estevez - Aldersgate, Jane C. Moorman 
- Epworth, Karen Westervelt - Trinity 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Wesley Foundation Board 
Students (12) 

• Julie Gammill, Jill Gentry, Leon Jourolmon, Robin Harp, Janet 
Ingle, Ben Howell, Martha Hoyle, Bonnie McDermott, Sara Mc- 
Murray, Robin Perry, Kendrick Prewitt, Heidi Worley 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Hunter Bailey, Nick Didow, Sheryl Scrimsher, Cornelia Strickland 
Members At Large 

• Ralph Dunlop, WUey Smith 
Ministers 

• Susan Allred, Rick Commander, William Gattis, Jim Hobbs, Robert 
O'Keef 

District Council on Ministries 

• Frances Campbell, Cecile Elliott, Bill Waddell, Jackie Whitfield 
Ex-OfTicio 

• Sarah W. Campbell, Owen Fitzgerald, Gregg Sullivan, Manual 
Wortman 

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Wesley-Luther House 
Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Tiffany Bolick, Brenna Braswell, Juanita Bryant, Todd Bucelli, Tray 
Coble, Lianne Ferguson, Sandy Godfrey, Eric Crush, Kim Hicks, 
Becky Hunter, Pam Otte, Laura Syria 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Brenda M. Cooper, Steve Danford, Eleanor McCrickard, Bob Muir 
At Large (4) 

• Gaye B. Clifton, Paul Lutz, Dot Rhame, LaRue Wright 
District (4) 



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• Lazelle Free, Mark Larson, Lewis Poag, Ken Roth 
Ex-Ofpcio 

• Mazie BuUard, Brady Faggart, Jim GiUand, Larry Kimel, Ron Moss, 
John McWhorter 

h. Wesley Foundation of Greenville, Inc. Boeird of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Tonya Batizy, Michael Carey, Stephanie Folson, Bill HoUingsworth, 
Wayne James, Charles Martin, Denise McLaughlin, Carol Riddle, 
Bill Stanley, Lydia VanLandingham, Emmanuel Vargas, Rhonda 
Wooten 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Robert Alpers, Jack Brinn, Charles Brown, Doug Stalls 
Ministers (3) 

• Ralph Brown - Holy Trinity, Sid Muggins - Jarvis, Caswell Shaw - St. 
James 

District (4) 

• Peggy Albritton, Frank Brooks, Ed Davenport, Dave Spiers 
Local Churches (6) 

• Lester Brown - Jarvis, Hugh Cox - Holy Trinity, Steve Creech - Jar- 
vis, Russell Gibbs - Holy Trinity, Tom Pauling - St. James, Lanie 
Shive - St. James 

i. Western Carolina University Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 
Students (12) 

• Pam Brackett, Bill Cable, Charles Carpenter, Amy Fernald, Dean 
Gerdes, Roger Justus, Bruce Langston, Ronald Mashburn, Trey 
McNabb, Jennifer Minor, Karl Throneburg, Frank Whitlock 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Lewis E. Cloud, Clifford R. Lovin, Dan Pitillo, Duncan Tye 
District (4) 

• Charlene Brackett, W. H. Crawford, Ed Henson, Mildred Turner 
Local Church (4) 

• Tommy Frazier, Bonita Jacobs, John Lively, Myrtle Schrader 
EJc-Offtcio 

• John Boggs, John L. McWhorter, Robert J. Ralls, James W. Wal- 
lace, Jr., George C. Weekley 

j. Winston-Salem Wesley Foundation Board of Directors 
Students 

• President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer of Wake Forest, 
Salem, and Winston-Salem State University 

Faculty/Staff (4) 

• Joe Daniels, Cranford Johnson, Craig Miller, Roger Pearman, Jr. 
District At Large (4) 

• Debbie Daniels, Wendell Eysenbach, William H. Hunter, Connie 
Ritter 

Ex-Officio 

• John Barnes, Pam Carter, Zane Eargle, Cheryl Edley, Be^vin Jes- 
sup, Kenneth Johnson, Cheryl McLean, John McWhorter, Verdell 
Michaux, William H. Millett, Scott Mowlan, Clarence Strickland 

UNITED METHODISTS ON ECUMENICAL CAMPUS MINISTRY BOARDS 
a. North Carolina Central University 

• Larry Johnson 



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• Leslie Marsicano 

b. University of North Carolina at Charlotte 

• Peggy Bridgers, Betty Buck, Barbara Falls, James H. Graves, lJs< 
Howell, John WcWhorter, Nancy B. Rankin, Charles Redman 
David Royster, Bill Sparger, Frank Stitth, Harold Wright 

c. University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

• Brad Bradshaw 

• Rose Conner 

III. Board of Health and Welfare Ministries 

A. TRUSTEES TO CONTINUE SERVING THE METHODIST HOME FOPi 
CHILDREN 

Class of 1989 

• Jeannine Boger, Sanford District, (1986) 

• Robert Borgman, Goldsboro District, (1986) 

• Shirley Few, Durham District, (1982) 

• Stanley Harrell, New Bern District, (1982) 

• Betsy Johnson, Goldsboro District, (1986) 

• William. Presnell, Elizabeth City District, (1986) 

• Floyd Sawyer, Rocky Mount District, (1986) 

• Dot Wilkerson, Rockingham District, (1983) 

• Jimmy Woodard, Goldsboro District, (1982) 
Class of 1990 

• Hugh Cameron, Goldsboro District, (1985) 

• Fred Davenport, Wilmington District, (1987) 

• Tom Loftis, Rocky Mount District, (1987) 

• Wilhelmina McCailum, FayettevUle District, (1987) 

• Tom Norris, Raleigh District, (1983) 

• Carolyn Russell, Goldsboro District, (1982) 

• Lura Tally, Fayetteville District, (1987) 
Class of 1991 

• Eddie Barber, Rocky Mount District, (1 984) 

• Charles Braswell, Raleigh District, (1984) 

• Dot Davis, Raleigh District, (1984) 

• Henry Ferrell, Greenville District, (1984) 

• Cynthia Ficklin, Rockingham District, (1988) 

• Elaine Goolsby, Durham District, (1984) 

• Dorothy Jones, Durham District, (1988) 

• Davis Kimball, Burlington District, (1984) 

• Mike Safley, Fayetteville District, (1985) 

B. TRUSTEE NOMINATIONS FOR THE METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN 
Class of 1990 

• James H. Dunn, layperson (1988) 

• Wilbur Teachey, clergyperson in Greenville District, (1988) 
Class of 1992 

• Ben Aiken, retired Dir., Div. Mental Health, Raleigh District, succeeding him- 
self, (1985) 

• Ben Rouse, clergyperson from Wilmington District, succeeding himself, 
(1987) 

• Jimmie B.Shuler.pediatrician in Fayetteville District,succeedingherself,(l 985) 

• Sam Dixon, clergyperson in Durham District, (1988) 

• Edith Gleaves, clergyperson in Raleigh District, (1988) 



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• Frederick Mintz, Jr., businessman in Wilmington District, (1988) 

• Marshall Old, clergyperson in Sanford District, (1988) 

• Elizabeth Owens, layperson in Raleigh District, (1988) 

• William L. Stewart, pediatrician in Sanford District, (1988) 

TRUSTEES TO CONTINUE SERVING THE METHODIST RETIREMENT 
HOMES, INC. 
Class of 1969 

• Roger V. Elliott, New Bern District, (1981) 

• AAargaret Harper, Wilmington District, (1981) 

• Robby Lowry, Rockingham District, (1985) 

• Alvin J. Morris, Rockingham District, (1985) 

• H. Lyman Ormond, Jr., Greenville District, (1981) 

• Scottie Perry, Goldsboro District, (1981) 

• E. M. Thompson, Jr., Elizabeth City District, (1985) 
Class of 1990 

• J. S. Bolden, Durham District, (1986) 

• Angus M. Cameron, Sanford District, (1986) 

• Lou Covington, Rockingham District, (1982) 

• Lloyd G. Gurley, Durham District, (1985) 

• Kenneth G. Hite, Greenville District, (1982) 

• Robert Smith, Raleigh District, (1985) 

• E. Hoover Taft, Greenville District, (1982) 

• Robert Turner, Elizabeth City District, (1985) 

• Ed S. Williams, Durham District, (1986) 
Class of 1991 

• Wesley F. Brown, Durham District, (1987) 

• Gerald L. Cox, Greenville District, (1987) 

• Claude George, Jr., Burlington District, (1983) 

• Carr Gibson, Rockingham District, (1987) 

• Carol W. Goehring, Wilmington District, (1987) 

• Alene Haverstock, Rocky Mount District, (1985) 

• Jean S. Sharp, Elizabeth City District, (1985) 

• M. W. "Mokie" Stancil, Goldsboro District, (1987) 

• Joyce Vereen, Rockingham District, (1985) 

TRUSTEE NOMINATIONS FOR THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES. 

INC. 

Class of 1989 

• Joe C. Parker, clergyperson in Greenville District, filling vacancy of F. Odell 
Walker-deceased, (1988) 

• Horace B. Robertson, Jr. , layperson in Durham District, replacing expired term 
of Frank G. Brooks, (1 988) 

Class of 1992 

• Louis C. Allen, Jr., Burlington District, succeeding himself, (1984) 

• Hallett W. AAayo, Goldsboro District, succeeding himself, (1984) 

• Ralph Rogers, Jr., Durham District, succeeding himself, (1984) 

• Louise R. Wilkerson, Raleigh District, succeeding herself, (1984) 

• Randolph R. Few, Durham District, (1988) 

• Gary Fisher, Rockingham District, (1988) 

• J. Edwin Guirkins, New Bern District, (1988) 

• Walter S. Linville, Rocky Mount District, (1988) 

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CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES, REPORTS OF 

ARCHIVES AND HISTORY, COMMISSION ON 

Mrs. Vivian Mitchell has worked diligently on our Historical Records for all ministers 
who have served the North Carolina Annual Conference. We commend her for this ser- 
vice. She has not been able to complete thiis task because several hundred of our mini- 
sters have not sent in the requested information. Please - we need the information. 

We had anticipated having the Native American History published by now, but because 
of the enormous task of collecting information, the publication will not be ready for several 
monthis. 

We are now in the process of microfilming many of our historical records. Some of the 
first to be done will be District Conference Records. 

We were disappointed the General Commission on Archives and History didn't make 
Louisburg College a National Historic Landmark of The Gnited Methodist Church. We 
were pleased though that they made Louisburg College an Annual Conference Historic 
Landmark. Louisburg is now listed as such with the General Commission. A plaque has 
been erected at Louisburg College designating it as a Conference Historic Landmark. 

The 1 987 Annual Conference celebration of our 1 50th Annual Conference was a high- 
light for us. We are indebted to the Reverend G. Franklin Grill, Conference Historian, for 
coordinating the celebration. We appreciate the many favorable comments. 

The Commission has established an Archival Policy for the use of our Archives Room 
in the Methodist Building. We ask for your cooperation. 

A framed picture of the 1 887 Annual Conference, which met in Fayetteville, has been 
hung in the Archives Room at the Methodist Building. Each face in the picture has been 
given a name and number. This makes it easier to find a certain minister, and to copy his 
picture with a prop>er camera. 

Our Methodist Heritage Tour to England, scheduled for July 26th, will be ready to 
depart on time. 

The Commission has been represented at the Southeastern Jurisdiction Historical 
Society and the meeting of the General Commission on Archives and History in 1 987. 
Cliff Shoaf and Lawrence Lugar, Commission chair, were at the General Commission 
meeting at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. 

Our 1 987 meetings were held at the Concord Church: Norman Charge, Rockingham 
District, and the Mt. Pleasant Church, Sanford District. 

Lawrence E. Lugar, Chairperson 

CHRISTIAN CINITV AND INTERRELIGIOGS CONCERNS, 
COMMISSION ON 

The Commission on Christian Unity and interreligious Concerns celebrates the Chris- 
tian unity that is a gift of the Holy Spirit. We also work to make that unity visible in the 
world so that the world might believe. Over the past year two important events have 
focused our attention on the work before us for Christian unity. 

First, the mission study of our church on "Peoples and Churches of the USSR," which 
coincides with the anniversary of the Russian Orthodox Church, has helped many of our 
people become more aware of the Russian nation and the life of the church there. In- 
creased awareness of each other can help Christians in both countries embrace each 
other and work for peace. 

Second, the CONSENSUS of the ConsultaUon on ChrisUan Unity goes before the 
General Conference for action on the following three points: 

a) The United Methodist Church recognizes in CONSENSUS an expression in the mat- 
ters with which it deals of the Apostolic faith, order, worship, and witness of the 
Church. 



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>) The United Methodist Church recognizes in CONSENSGS an anticipating of the 

Church uniting which the participating bodies, by the power of the Holy Spirit, wish 

to become. 
:) The United Methodist Church recognizes in CONSENSUS a sufficient theological 

basis for the covenanting acts to be proposed by the Consultation that we expect to 

be recommended to the General Conference of 1992. 
The Consultation on Church Union and the member churches are focusing prepara- 
ions for the December, 1 988 plenary which will review and vote on the new text for a 
Covenant Communion of Churches." 

Finally, the Commission supports the fine work of the North Carolina Council of Chur- 
:hes in its efforts to bring Christians together in mission and in dialogue. We also com- 
nend the many churches in our Annual Conference involved in Crop Walks, choir 
ycchanges, cooperative Thanksgiving and Easter services, joint mission projects, and 
)ther programs that bring us all face to face with fellow Christians. 

W. Joseph Mann, Chairperson 

CHURCH AND SOCIETY, BOARD OF 

As this Board seeks to be faithful to the Word of Life and responsible to the Annual 
Zonference, we find ourselves dealing with a broad variety of issues, sometimes separate 
ind sometimes related. 

We continue to support ecumenical efforts of prison ministry to the general popula- 
ion of prison inmates as well as helping minister to first-offender women in their transi- 
jon of prison release. We have surveyed and are studying the large number of other 
Tiinistries being conducted by local church groups. We will be seeking means of en- 
:ouraging more local church groups to engage in this significant ministry. We note that 
n doing so, we are revitalizing a type of caring and concern that has been practiced by 
Methodists from the earliest days by John and Charles Wesley, themselves. 

While we Methodists minister more intentionally to those in prison, we expect to come 
o understand better the problems of prison systems themselves. So we would expect to 
36 in a better position to advocate for appropriate prison reforms such as that which is 
leeded to deal with the current prison overpopulation. 

The Conference Council of Ministries has approved a proposal fi-om this Board to con- 
duct an extensive study on the causes and factors related to the concern of poverty and 
particularly as it is manifested systemically in society in general and also in the structures 
Df our Church itself. We expect this study to point the way for altering structures and 
xjlicies that reinforce poverty while we continue to do the many fine things that several 
Df our boards and agencies currently are engaged in as they seek to minister to the hurts 
Df our society. 

In this connection, this Board has recently been charged with the responsibilities that 
lave been handled for the past few years by the Farm Crisis Task Force. Thus we will be 
developing a particular and additional "focus on the continuing crisis of farming families 
and individuals." One means recommended for this is to continue a "United Methodist 
presence at the State Fair." 

Also connected to the concern for those in poverty is question of affordable housing. 
Housing has already emerged as one of the key issues of poverty. One promising response 
to this issue has been provided by "Habitat for Humanity," and ecumenical organization. 
\ presentation on this process will be made during this session of Annual Conference. 
Dther approaches will no doubt need to be discovered. 

In response to our concern for Peace and World Order, we helped sponsor a success- 
ful study tour to Central America. This was attended by several lay and clergy people from 
OUT Conference area. Many of these people are available to tell the story of their experien- 
ces in Central America to local church groups and others. Contact us. 



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In order to begin to prepare to deal with the health problem AIDS, we helped sponsoi 
training for persons in our Conference. This is a first step toward responding to what could 
well be the major health crisis of our time. 

This Board has also petitioned General Conference to maintain the current language 
of our Discipline on all questions relating to homosexual persons. 

William L. Bingham, Chairperson 

CONGREGATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHGRCH GROWTH, 
THE QUADRENNIAL TASK FORCE ON 

This will be the final report to Annual Conference of this Task Force. Organized for 
only one quadrennium, the Task Force on Congregational Development and Church 
Growth has had as its primary task to facilitate this Conference's involvement in the 
process of revitalizing existing congregations and planting new ones. Much of the most 
meaningful work accomplished to this end in the last four years has been done by the 
twelve District Teams on Congregational Development and Church Growth. 

This past year has been a time for the Conference Task Force to bring closure to our 
work. To accomplish this, we called all twelve District Teams together to encourage them 
to spend several months studying the revitalization and growth needs within each district. 
Also, we gave each team an instrument by which to evaluate our quadrennial effort and, 
most important, on which to make recommendations for future emphasis on revitaliza- 
tion and growth ministries. 

Recently, the Conference Task Force held its final meeting. It was a time to celebrate 
what had been accomplished in congregational revitalization and new church planting. 
It was a time to consider what had happened to membership and attendance trends in 
Sunday School and worship over the last four years and to postulate what that might bode 
for our future. It was a time to chart the way forward for the precious concerns of church 
growth and congregational vitality. 

We are grateful for the opportunity afforded us to be a catalyst in the process of 
revitalization and growth. I personally want to express by appreciation to all those persons, 
clergy and lay, who have served on the Conference Task Force and on the District Teams 
across the last four years. Finally, our sincere appreciation is extended to the Associate 
Director of the Council on Ministries for Evangelism and Church Growth, Dr. Charles V. 
Bryant, for his invaluable assistance. 

When we began four years ago, we found that we were ahead of most conferences in 
Methodism in our vision for planting new churches and revitalizing existing ones. Today, 
this is a denominational priority. The future looks more promising than the past because 
United Methodists are relearning two very important principles: (1) to remain obedient to 
the Lord's demand for the growth of His church and to be faithful to the expectations of 
the Great Commission, we must be annually about the business of planting new con- 
gregations in the most fertile fields, and (2) to fulfill our role as an "encourager of the 
brethren" in nurturing all congregations, we must be at all times ready to provide an "in- 
fusion of new life" through congregational redevelopment and revitalization where it is 
warranted. 

The Lord indeed will best be served by vital and alive congregations. May that priority 
and commitment never come to an end. 

W. Edward Privette, Chairperson 

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS, COMMITTEE ON 

The single disaster we faced this Conference year was the Red Tide which infested our 
coast lands and ruined shell fishing. The overall impact of this natural event did not be- 
come fully known until well into the crisis. While other denominations were better prepared 
to provide initial, one time help at the jxjint of public concern, the real story is in the United 
Methodist response. No other denomination has come close to the volume or scope of 



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/our church in meeting the needs of the people along our coasts. Here are but few ex- 
amples of what we were doing at the time this report was published in mid March: 
1. A food distribution network was established in Morehead City with a central 
warehouse and nine food distribution points. This network fed 3,000 p)eople a day 
at the height of the crisis. 
I . Emergency assistance was provided for families in crisis . G rants of u p to $ 500 . 00 per 
household were distributed through local churches, Gnited Methodist Red Tide Relief, 
and qualified interfaith councils. These grants helped with mortgages, utility bills, and 
other emergency assistance. Each grant was accounted for and delivered by a United 
Methodist minister. 

3. The New Bern District raised over $11,000.00 for the Red Tide Relief effort in 
Morehead City and surrounding areas. This effort was crucial to sustaining the ef- 
forts of local churches while the Conference and the General Board of Global Mis- 
sions raised additional funds for the long haul. 

4. The Council on Finance and Administration allocated $50,000.00 for a disaster 
reserve fund to support this and other disasters in the future. When the Conference 
began to get involved in the red tide disaster, there was only $2,300.00 available in 
the Committee's account. The CFA appropriation eliminated the shortage of funds 
we always face in the beginning of a disaster. These funds must be replaced through 
a Bishop's appeal each time a disaster hits. 

5. The response to the Bishop's appeal for red tide relief far exceeded our expectations. 
Close to $36,000.00 had come in by the time of this report, and more was on the 
way. No other denomination has responded to the needs of the people on the coast 
lands to such a degree. 

6. The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) provided a $1 8,000.00 grant 
in response to the Bishop's appeal for $25,000.00. This was provided at the same 
time that UMCOR was heavily committed to the relief of tornados and floods in the 
Midwest. 

Because this event was fully developed by the time we began to marshal our resour- 
ces, the coastal districts and the Disaster Preparedness Committee have had to rethink 
our normal methods of disaster response. We are beginning to see that a disaster is best 
defined by a sudden increase in emergency requests, rather than by a spectacular event. 
This is espjecially important as the Disaster Preparedness Committee begins to assume 
responsibilities that the Farm Crisis Committee has addressed. 

In the coming year, your Disaster Preparedness Committee will develop a comprehen- 
sive manual for disaster relief. Each pastor, district superintendent, district coordinator, 
and committee member will have a copy on file. The lessons learned from the red tide 
disaster are of great value and will be put to use whenever a disaster strikes. 

In closing, I wish to commend the pastors and lay people on our coast who have con- 
tributed so much to the needs of the people in their area. Their time, energy, and resour- 
ces gives hope to thousands of people who have nowhere else to turn. At the time of this 
report, there is no other single agency, church or government, that comes close to match- 
ing their efforts. The strength of our connection is evidenced by the support which this 
Conference provides to the churches which are willing to address the need. 

Dennis Levin, Chairperson 

EDUCATION, BOARD OF 

Again this year the Board of Education focused its programming primarily on 
strengthening Uie educational ministry of the local church. As it met, the Board was con- 
scious of, and included in its agenda, the particular needs of the EMLC. 

The Board is excited about its support in the revival of the Confirmation Day with the 
Bishop. This year about 700 youth and their leaders gathered for a special service at Eden- 



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ton Street Gnited Methodist Church. We look forward to expanding this program and to 
the excitement it brings to the confirmation experience in the local church. 

The Fellowship of Musicians continues to be a strong support group for the profe 
sionetl musicians serving our local churches. Meeting on a regular basis for day-long semi- 
nars and workshops, the Fellowship continues to offer updating experiences for its 
members. The Fellowship provides leadership for the Handibell Festival, the Children's 
Choir Camp, Youth Music Workshop and service music for Annual Conference. 

The Christian Educators Fellowship meets monthly in cluster groups across the Con- 
ference. Quarterly, they have met for day-long training events and thus past spring 
Bradford Motta of the Curriculum Resource Center of the Board of Discipleship to learn 
about new curriculum for this fall. They also spent time learning techniques of "Invitation- 
al Teaching" around which the material is based. 

Children's Ministry continues to be strong within the Conference as the TLC (Teach- 
ingA-earning/Caring) teams go into local churches to aid in the development andi 
revitalization of children's ministry. Our Youth Ministry also continues to offer strong Con- 
ference youth programs which train youth for leadership and enable deeper commitments 
to Christ as youth stretch and grow spiritucdly. Another very successful conference-wide 
Scout Camporee was held and was well attended by units sponsored by United Methodist 
Churches in the Conference. 

As we close our work for the quadrennium, we, as a Board, are grateful for the privilege 
of having served in many different ways in the Christian Education processes of our local 
churches and the Conference. 

J. Edward Morrison, Chairperson 

EVANGELISM, BOARD OF 

1 987 has proven to be an effective and productive year in terms of evangelism in the 
Morth Carolina Annual Conference. We applaud the efforts of the local churches and dis- 
tricts who have committed themselves to set growth goals and sought to achieve them. 
Many of the districts have held district evangelism workshops not only to lift up the need 
for effective evangelism in the local church, but to emphasize a particular area of evan- 
gelism. 

On the day of Pentecost after Simon Peter had preached the first sermon and 3,000 
people received his word and were baptized, the account ends with these words, "And the 
Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved." Following is the report of our 
evangelism statistics as it relates to district and churches. 

The Morth Carolina Annual Conference received 1 ,269 adult members by profession 
of faith and 1 ,489 new members through the profession of faith of youth. There were 
3,070 United Methodist persons who joined churches in the North Carolina Conference 
and 2,002 persons joined from other denominations. The North Carolina Conference 
received a total of 7,830 persons in 1 987. 

The Raleigh District again led the Conference with 1 ,449 persons received followed by 
the Wilmington District, 839; New Bern, 786; Durham, 684; Burlington, 676; Fayetteville, 
631; Greenville, 608; Rocky Mount, 513; Sanford, 502; Rockingham, 402; Goldsboro, 
374; Elizabeth City, 342. 

Some of the top membership gains were reported by churches with 300 members or 
less. Philadelphia United Methodist Church in Rockingham District recorded 30 profes- 
sions of faith followed by New Hope in Elizabeth City District, 1 6; St. Francis in Raleigh 
District, 1 6; Victory in Fayetteville, 1 6; Union Grove in the Sanford District whose mem- 
bership is 64 received 1 5; Lemon Springs in Sanford District, 1 3; Wesley's Chapel in Wil- 
mington District, 13; Hampstead in Wilmington District, 13; and the Korean Church in 
Fayetteville with 25 members received 8 on profession of faith. The Conference Evan- 
gelism Report indicates the United Methodist churches in our Conference with 300 mem- 
bers or less are growing at a more rapid pace than the larger churches of our Conference. 



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I The top five churches with 300 members or more with additions of profession of faith 
jre: White Plains in Raleigh District, 60; Wesley Memorial in Wilmington, 41 ; Epworth in 
)urham, 41 ; Haymount in Fayetteville, 36; Camp Ground in Fayetteville, 34. Our evan- 
jelism reports indicate our larger churches are growing mostly through transfer of mem- 
)ers from other United Methodist churches as their largest source of growth whUe our 
mailer churches are growing through professions of faith. 

We are very proud and privileged to recommend to the North Carolina Annual Con- 
erence the approval of Bobby Tyson and Tommy Tyson as Conference-approved evan- 
,)elists for the Conference year 1988-89. These two evangelists are busy preaching 
evivals, leading seminars, prayer groups, and evangelistic redlies throughout the year. We 
ire very proud of these two men who serve in this faith venture and calling to preach the 
jospel throughout the United Methodist Church. We encourage churches of the Morth 
Carolina Conference to call up)on them for ministries within their own local churches. 

We are very proud of the on-going work of our ethnic minority committee on the Board 
)f Evangelism as it has led workshops for youth evangelism in the ethnic minority local 
:hurch during this quadrennium. In 1 987 under the leadership of Reverend Bill Cum- 
nings, a worship on youth evangelism in the ethnic minority was held with great response. 

This quadrennium has been an exciting one for evangelism and church growth as it 
elates to the North Carolina Annual Conference. We have worked with the task force on 
:ongregational development and church growth during this quadrennium and are en- 
:ouraged by signs of growth and emphasis on evangelism within our denomination. 

These continue to be exciting times in the area of evangelism particularly the North 
Zarolina Conference. As we conclude this quadrennium, we look forward to new leader- 
ihip and exciting ministries for the North Carolina Annual Conference in the years to 
:ome. 

M. Eugene Tyson, Chaiq>erson 

HEALTH AND WELFARE MINISTRIES, BOARD OF 

The Board of Health and Welfare Ministries is pleased to report a very successful year 
n the work of health and healing ministries. The need is great and the opportunities are 
nany and varied in the field of health care. 

The Health Fair at Annual Conference in 1 987 was an eye opener for many of our lay 
and ministerial members. The Insurance Committee, in conjunction with the Board of 
iealth and Welfare, will host another Health Fair in 1 988 at this Annual Conference. We 
were excited with the opening of Cypress Glen in Greenville in 1 987. This retirement cen- 
:er will provide care and service to our p>eople for many years into the future. We com- 
Tiend it to one and all as a place of retirement, security and peace of mind. 

The Rev. Dale Owens has succeeded the Rev. Wes Aiken as United Methodist Chaplain 
n the Duke Medical Center, Durham, N.C. We welcome her into this vital pKDsition and 
ook forward to many years of service in this important ministry. We continue our support 
:o the Day By Day Treatment Center of Selma, N.C. for recovering alcoholics. The Task 
-orce on Handicapping Conditions is exploring the many avenues of service our church 
needs to be involved in. This is an area which has not been receiving the attention and 
support it should have and we trust that this is being corrected. 

The Golden Cross is one of the ministries of which we are justly proud and we en- 
:ourage our United Methodist lay people to share the story of Golden Cross across our 
great Conference. The AIDS fear has begun to be felt within our area of concern and we 
are moving to meet this issue with openness and understanding as we strive to learn and 
:ope with this devastating medical need. Our Board is working with The Task Force on 
MDS to provide seminars and special training. 

Relationship statements have been established with The United Methodist Home for 
Children and the Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. You will find these statements incor- 



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porated in the Book of Reports to the Annual Conference. Our Board of Health and Wel- 
fare A^iistries encourages a greater awareness of the needs of our older adults. Their 
years of experience and skill is a vital resource we must not lose or fail to use in the years 
ahead. Their future contributions and resources of time, knowledge, skill and faith will be 
of tremendous importance as our church continues to grow. We thank God for these 
ministries and services and we pray that our church will be on the cutting edge of growth 
and ministry. 

J.C. Parker, Chairperson 

Golden Cross 

Golden Cross is a ministry of love, sharing and caring for Gnited Methodists withiin the^ 
bounds of our Conference who are confronted with financial hardship due to medical ex-:* 
penses. It is 21 7,000 Gnited Methodists across our Conference reachdng out to touch the 
lives of our people who are hurtlng.This is a beautiful psart of our connectional system. 

In 1 987 Golden Cross assistance was given to 46 individuals representing eleven dis- 
tricts within the Conference. The total amount of money available for medical expenses 
was $26,028.00 which includes $1,681.00 carried over from 1986, a special appropria- 
tion of $6,700.00 from the Council on Finance and Administration, and $842.80 con- 
tributed during the year from local churches. We paid $18,479.19 for medical expenses 
and closed the year with a balance on hand of $7,461 .61 of which $1 ,239.00 was carried 
over to 198. ! 

If you know someone who needs help with medical expenses, ask your pastor to fill 
out an application and send it to the District Health and Welfare Ministries chairperson. ■ 
Thank you for making this ministry of caring and sharing possible through payment of ^ 
your local church outreach ministries asking. ' 

Q. Lloyd Edge, Director i 

The Methodist Home for Children 

1 987 was the first full year of direct services since we began the transition to com- 
munity-based care. We now have eight youth homes and four family life centers offering 
a full continuum of care to troubled children, youth, and families. I am pleased to report 
the record of our direct services. 















Inter- 










Work- 


Inter- 


pre- 


Total 
Children 


Total 


Total 


Work- 


shop 
Enroll- 


pre- 
tation 


tation 
Enroll- 


& Youth 


Adults 


Families 


shops 


ment 


Events 


ment 


Youth Home Care 79 


120 


79 


- 


- 






Foster Care 13 


13 


9 


- 


- 


- 




Higher Education 8 




- 


- 


- 






Family Counseling 50 
Crisis Counseling 119 
Family Ufe Workshops - 
Interpretation Events 


212 
70 


125 
43 


170 


3,080 


157 


12.29 


Totals for 1987 269 


415 


256 


170 


j:u5o 


157 


12,297 



CERTIFIED SPONSOR SITE 

In November our Residential Program received certification from the National Teach- 
ing-Family Association as a Sponsor Site. This means that the Methodist Home for 
Children has been recognized as delivering the highest quality of comprehensive services 
to its youth home programs. This certification also designates Methodist Home for 
Children as a training and certification center which can offer developmental and affilia- 
tion services to other agencies who wish to implement this model of care. Consultation 
is already under way with sister agencies interested in utilizing Teaching-Family in their 
residential facilities. 
CRISIS COUNSELOR PROGRAM 



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1 987 was the first year of the Crisis Counselor Program. This is a model program of 
n-home family therapy, designed to assist families in jeopardy to stay intact, avoiding dis- 
uption. The program is done under contract with the North Carolina Division of Social 
Services with an initial grant from The Duke Endowment. Results of the first year of the 
urogram are quite encouraging with an 80% success rate. We have served 43 families. 
35 of the cases were completed and 29 of these families were intact at time of comple- 
ion of care. In those instances where placement was necessary, the Crisis Counselors as- 
sisted the families in the placement process. 

The in-home family therapy we provide is a very pro-active service to families. Most ser- 
vices to troubled families from both public and private providers are reactive services which 
jegin after disruption occurs. Services are corrective in nature and their application to 
he family in need carries a strong message that the family has failed. Most direct services 

families through conventional social delivery systems tend to break down the family's 
ielf-confidence and self-esteem. Solutions usually involve placing one or more children 
n residential care or the p>arents in prison or residential treatment. In either case, the fami- 
y unity is disrupted. 

This in-home Crisis Counselor Program is pro-active in that the counselor seeks to 
lelp recover and build the family's self-confidence. The most proactive public institution 
n our society is the public school. Teachers and guidance counselors in the school sys- 
em are among the first to know of family dysfunction. A dysfunctional family produces a 
roubled child in school. Yet teachers and counselors have little time to provide family 
herapy. We have discussions under way with the NC Department of Public Instruction 
ooking toward making Crisis Counselors available to school guidance counselors and 
ichool social workers. Assistance to dysfunctional famUies when problems first appear in 
ichool holds much promise for avoiding disastrous family dissolution in later years. 
^AMILYUFESPECIAUSTS 

Our four Family Life Specialists are working a full capacity from centers in Raleigh, 
"ayetteville, Jacksonville, and Greenville. They are doing farnily counseling, family life 
iducation workshops, and interpretation events. Rather than expanding our staffs, we are 
ieveloping a Family Life Specialist job description which can be utilized by Staff-Parish 
delations Committees for including the family life function as a part of the multi-staff 
:hurch or larger parish staff team. Methodist Home for Children will provide training and 
letworking for such staff positions in local churches. 

':elebration amd dedication 

On May 1 5, 1 988 folk ft-om across the Conference gathered at the site of the new 
Memorial Administration Building to celebrate the completion of Methodist Home for 
Ihildren's transition from campus-based to community-based services and to witness the 
ledication of the Memorial Administration Building by Bishop Carlton P. Minnick, Jr. The 
ransition and the establishment of our continuum of care, together with requisite capi- 
al expenditure, has been done at no additional cost to the Annual Conference. In fact, 

1 the five years since 1983, the Annual Conference has contributed $700,000 less to 
Methodist Home for Children than in five years prior to and including 1 983. If the Methodist 
lome for Children were still campus-based, we would be requesting several millions of 
lollars from the current capital campaign for campus renovation. 

It is time to give thanks to God for the success of this transition. It is a tribute to the 
/ise strategic planning done by the entire Annual Conference. 

Rufus H. Stark II, Executive Director 

lie Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

Rapid changes in retirement living and health care fields are causing retirement home 
lirectors, administrators, and managers, to take time to plan for the future in order to en- 
ure their continuance as providers of quality care for the older citizen. Awareness of 
hange and the need to plan is evident. There are thiree major areas which will impact 



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retirement and health care in the future: health care certificate of need, third party reim 
bursement, and competition. The certificate of need law, which is the fi-anchise for opjera 
tion of health care units, has not been very successful in avoiding duplication and reducing 
escalating costs. The issue of reimbursement has to do with how much health care i ' 
providers are going to be paid and who is going to pay them. Competition is explodinci".*! 
in retirement home construction. There will be more older citizens with greater affluence 
demanding and expecting more modern and roomy accommodations than what has 
been provided in the past. Part of this is due to the increase in two wage earner families 
reaching retirement years and retirement funding being increased. Unless not-for-profit 
retirement communities will become the primary provider attracting the more financially 
abled citizen to fill the current void. 

The Methodist Retirement Homes, with the strong support of the Board of Trustees, 
is securing outside specialty assistance in marketing and planning to assure successful 
and timely direction for the future. We strongly believe in the not-for-profit church relatec 
retirement system because the basic motivation and philosophy in providing care and ser- 
vices for the older citizen is different. We must continue to do what we do best which is ^ 
to look at the needs of the whole person and offer quality services to meet those needs, it 
There is no way to measure success other than by degree of resident security and well- 
being. We are open to all and welcome those of any religious faith. Total residents and 
health care patients in our system numbers 430. 

Wesley Pines is a Continuing Care Retirement Community providing four levels of care: 
Independent Living, Assisted Living, Intermediate and Skilled Nursing Care. The number 
of persons residing in these four levels of care is 1 05. Independent living units consist of 
three villas, twelve apartments, thirty-four private units with baths and fifl;een assisted living 
units. There are forty-one skilled beds, and twenty-tliree intermediate care beds. 

Residents and patients come from eleven of our twelve districts, as well as from the 
Western North Carolina Conference and five additional states. 

Wesley Pines is an Affirmative Action Employer, employing persons from the three eth- 
nic groups in Robeson County. 

At this time, architectural preliminary plans for renovation and expansion are in process 
to meet current and fijture needs. This includes conversion of Assisted Living units to 
long term care and retirement units to Assisted Living. Additional Independent Living 
units are planned along with a chap>el-activity area, additional storage, expanded laundry 
services, maintenance and office areas. The project cost is estimated to be approximate- 
ly $1,100,000. 

We invite you to visit Wesley Pines to discover what an excellent retirement^ealth care 
community it is... located in a beautiful wooded area within walking distance to a shop- 
ping center, banks, a hospital-based fitness center, and more. 

Cypress Glen in Greenville op>ened as our newest facility on July 20, 1 987. It is located 
on a large tract of land only ten blocks from downtown Greenville. The main center ser- 
ves as a focal point for residents* religious, social and recreational activities. There is a gift 
shop, post office, game room, multi-purpose room which serves as a chapel, dining room, 
beauty shop, craft room, personal storage and more. Future plans include villas and a 
health care support center. 

In February, the Board of Trustees authorized securing the services of a professional 
planning and marketing firm with extensive experience in retirement housing and health 
care support systems. They have a strong commitment to improve and strengthen the 
quality and dignity of life for older adults. At the writing of this report, they have been 
engaged to assist us in planned strategy to market the remaining units working with local 
staff. 



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I Individuals, churches, civic organizations, etc. can assist us in providing names and 
referrals of prospective persons that might have an interest in this newly developed retire- 
ment community. 

The Methodist Retirement Home in Durham is our oldest campus having received its 
first residents in September 1 955. Major efforts are underway to make our already beauti- 
ful campus more competitive in today's market. Our Continuing Care Community offers 
complete independent living in our villas, apartments and single units in the main build- 
ing. In addition. Assisted Living units are also available. Our Joseph F. Coble Health Care 
Center provides the health care support of skilled and intermediate care. 

The villas offer the most independent of retirement living. You can choose the month- 
ly services you desire. This allows one the maximum in flexibility. These homes provide 
independent living and security without the worry of prop>erty taxes, yard and household 
maintenance, and other day-to-day tasks that take time away from those things one 
dreams of doing but never has the time. The apartments also allow independence and 
Flexibility with support services. 

The Corporate Office houses the offices of the Corporate Director, Fund Development, 
Public Relations and Financial Accounting. A new automated accounting system has 
been brought on line. An experienced controller has recently joined the staff to coordinate 
the corporate accounting responsibilities. 

With the leadership of Mrs. Margaret Harper as Chairperson of the Board of Trustees 
and the growing participation and interest on the part of our Board members, we are look- 
ing forward to not only maintaining our place in the retirement and health care market, 
but to providing steady progress and improvement. 

We wish to thank the Morth Carolina Conference of The Gnited Methodist Church for 
the support we receive. In a time when government funds are diminishing and cost of 
:are is growing, we need and depend on our friends to assist in our tremendous finan- 
cial needs for facility capital and benevolent support. One hundred and thirty seven of our 
residents and patients received over $1.3 million alone in financial support last year. 
Benevolent support must coincide with the ability to raise appropriate funds. 

Thank you for your support and understanding during these important and crucial 
times in this fast moving period in retirement living. Many hard decisions are being made 
to improve our op>erations so that we can continue to provide quality care services in 
retirement and health care support for our older citizens now and in the future. 

L. Amos Tinnell, Executive Director 

HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPGS MINISTRY, BOARD OF 

The Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry is pleased to report 
that the efforts of the various institutions under the Board's aegis (Methodist, N.C. Wes- 
leyan, Louisburg, Bennett, Greensboro, High Point and Duke Divinity) and the several 
campus ministries, including Wesley Foundations, Methodist Student Centers, Ecumeni- 
cal groups - all continue to reap outstanding dividends. The colleges have each ex- 
perienced banner years with record enrollments (as evidenced by the numerical reports 
to be found elsewhere in this report). Financially speaking, the economic base of opera- 
tion of each continues to build upon a strong foundation of conference support and pru- 
dent financial management of each institution. Endowments are growing, faculty salaries 
are rising, and each college continues to broaden their services to their respective com- 
munities of service and to the church in general. The Board assures this Conference that 
the monies provided the colleges for their general support, and on the cases pf three, for 
debt retirement, that these fijnds are expended in the most efficient and effective man- 
ner possible. These monies, when combined with State Commission of Campus Ministry 
Financial support, comprise the largest single thrust of the Conference Budget, and its 
accountability and excellent stewardship is vital to us all. 



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At a recent meeting of the Board, our Conference Colleges were asked to present their 
long-range plans, and the reports by the respective presidents were inspiring, realistic, 
and reachable. A detailed listing of these plans may be secured from the presidents. 

At the same time, the various and numerous campus ministries on the public institu- 
tional campuses continue to thrive. With more students than ever attending the many 
functions supported and/or sponsored by these groups, the work of the church moves 
ahead with strength. New buildings, new locations, and new support for new ministries 
(such as Winston-Salem State University) are part of the increased service of our campusij 
ministries. However, as with the Conference-related colleges, the needs of campus min- 1 
istries remain great. The Reverend Joseph Mann, Chair of the State Commission (North] 
Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences) is an effective and articulate' 
spokesperson for this organization. 

The health of our colleges and our campus ministries is pronounced to be "excellent," 
and the prognosis indicates a long and productive life - with continuing strong support! ^ 
(financial, spiritual, moral, and otherwise) from this Conference. The Board expresses it's * ' 
deepest gratitude to the Conference as the work of the Lord is carried forth in Christian 
Higher Education in North Carolina. 

Statistical Report of Colleges for Fall 1987/88 1 1 









N.C. 






Duke 


ENROLLMErfT Louisburg 


Methodist 


Wesleyan 


Bennett 


Greensboro High Point Divinity 


Full-Tlme (Day) 


793 


730 


587 


543 


596 


326 


Headcx)unt (Day) 


810 


843 


646 


549 


733 


365 


Full-Time Equiv.(Day) 802 


773 


618.7 


545.79 


654 


306 


Retention (b) 


63% 


74% 


90% 


85% 


63.6 


94 


Full-Time (Evening) 


- 


349 


132 




- 


N/A 


Part-Time 


67 


270 


716 






N/A 


FTE 


26 


424 


448.2 


- 


- 


N/A 


Total Headcount 


877 


1408 


1494 


549 


733 


365 


Total FTE 


828 


1197 


1066.9 


545.79 


654 


306 


DAY PROGRAM ONLY 












l^en - Full-Time 


461 


384 


297 





225 


215 


Women - Full-Time 


332 


346 


290 


543 


371 


111 


Methodists 


190 


150 


180 


89 


171 


266 


Morth Carolinians 


712 


535 


407 


229 


448 


214 


Out-of-state 


96 


304 


227 


305 


270 


142 


Foreign 


2 


4 


12 


15 


15 


9 


Commuting Students 156 


494 


266 




290 


- 


Resident Students 


654 


349 


380 




443 




DORMITORIES 














Capacity 


654 


590 


440 


- 


510 


- 


Dormitory Students 


654 


372 


380 




443 


- 


% Utilization 


100% 


63.1% 


86% 


- 


87% 


- 


Students Receiving 














Financial Aid 


336 


645 


620 


285 


421 


278 


FACULTY 














Full-Time 


39 


54 


43 


38 


36 


29 


Part-Time 


17 


42 


20 


12 


19 


44 


Full-Tlme Equivalent 


44 


69.5 


7.25 


42 


42.67 


36 


Faculty-Student Ratio 1:18 


11.2 


13.65 


1.13 


1/15.34 


1:8.5 


Number with 














Doctorate Degree 


7 


24 


23 


25 


26 


30 


Average Salary: 














Professor 


27,163 


$27,490 


$26,795 


$26,885 


$28,742 


$52,460 


Associate Prof. 


22,014 


22,314 


24,893 


23.087 


23,322 


40,500 


Assistant Prof. 


20,266 


22,040 


23,070 


20,272 


20,470 


27,810 


Instructor 


19,137 


20.523 


18,340 


18.174 


20.000 


20,000 


Average Compensation: 












Professor 


532,124 


$31,552 


$31,818 


$32,262 


$34,725 


$65,720 


Associate Prof. 


26,164 


25.747 


29,666 


27,704 


28,954 


49,350 



321 



Assistant Prof. 24,075 25,441 27,603 24,326 23,361 - 32,100 

Instructor 22,835 23,735 22,251 21,808 23,878 - 22,500 

TUmON & FEES 

Tuition (Annual) $3,800 $5,700 $5,200 $4,000 $4,650 - $5,200 

Fees 280 - 150 265 100 - 218 

Rooms Board 2,200 2,650 2,570 2,000 2,446 - N/A 

TOTAL $6,280 $8,350 7,920 6,265 7,196 

Expenditure per Stud. N/A N/A N/A 10,530 

% Paid by Student N/A N/A N/A 60% 

No.Ub.Books/ 

Periodicals 57,448 77,081/522 72,900 81,003 - - 248,945 

DEGREES CONFERRED/NO.& TYPE 

BA - 151 44 50 30 - - 

BS - 23 149 13 48 - - 

BAS . 6 - 7 - - - 

AA 140(+AS) 52 - - - - - 

BM . 2 - - 1 - - 

Honary - 4 1 1 2 - - 

M.Div. - - - - - - 89 

Other 3 1 . . 1 - 16 

James E. Vann, Chairperson 

Campus Ministry, State Commission on 

The mo